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This Sunny Airbnb In Toronto Is A Plant-Lover's Paradise

Get in touch with nature without going outside!
This Sunny Airbnb In Toronto Is A Plant-Lover's Paradise

Calling all green thumbs! If you’re looking for somewhere to stay near downtown Toronto this summer, look no further than this luscious, sunny Airbnb. With over 60 different plants and its modern-boho decor, the open-concept loft is perfect for plant lovers. The 1 bedroom, 1 bath loft can accommodate up to 6 people comfortably. If you’re a group of six Toronto's plant themed Airbnb will only cost $27.50 a night per person.

The old industrial style building has plenty of history and character that you can’t help but admire. The rich greenery and abundance of natural light create an ideal selfie-taking environment. A collection of vintage furniture pieces and a built-in swing give you more than enough places to capture that perfect shot.

While it may be tempting to stay in, take a million photos, and soak in all the plant life, there’s no shortage of activities just outside the front door.  A 10-minute walk will put you in the heart of Toronto’s Distillery District. Once you’ve taken in all the cobblestone, art, and hipster bars- head over to Succuterra to acquire some plants of your own.

Locals rave about the stellar plant selection and varying sizes of plants--there is truly something for every space. The best part? It’s only a quick seven-minute drive from the Distillery District.

If shopping isn’t really your thing and you crave something a little more interactive, don’t fret. In a quick 10 minute drive, you can take part in a succulent and concrete planter workshop at Jomo Studio. For $74.00 per person, you’ll come home with a new succulent and two beautiful concrete planters--one they provide and one you’ll create yourself.

Sun Drenched Dream Loft

Price per night: $27.50 a person if 6 people

Address or Neighbourhood: Downtown Toronto

Why you need to go: A bright plant-filled paradise in a convenient location.

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