Updated: Jun 3
Yorkville is one of Toronto’s most vibrant and fashionable neighbourhoods, featuring stunning Victorian homes, fine dining and shopping, and a wide range of hotels and restaurants. It is home to arguably the best shopping district in downtown Toronto, located on both Yorkville Avenue and on Cumberland Street. Yorkville’s fashionable shops, bakeries, boutiques, and galleries attract both tourists and locals from all over the city. Yorkville’s shops and restaurants are located in pretty Victorian houses on Yorkville Avenue, Hazelton Avenue, Cumberland Street and Scollard Street.
The Yorkville neighbourhood is located near the intersection of Yonge and Bloor streets. Situated between two subway stations and adjacent to the Don Valley Parkway, Yorkville is well served by the public transit system. Since travelling to and from this neighbourhood is fairly convenient and simple, this makes Yorkville a very accessible neighbourhood.
Yorkville offers many dining options, from luxurious restaurants and bars to stylish cafes and coffee shops. For fine dining, some options include Kasa Moto, STK Toronto, Joni Restaurant, Sofia Restaurant & Bar, and One Restaurant. For more casual dining, some options include Flo’s Diner, Sassafraz, and Jacked Up Coffee, among many others.
Living in Yorkville will give you quick access to many fine establishments, including restaurants, cafes and coffee shops, and high-end brands such as Marlowe, Chanel, Versace, and more. Additionally, Yorkville Village, previously known as the Hazelton Lanes shopping centre, is located at 55 Avenue Road and features over 100 exclusive shops and restaurants, including essential stores like Whole Foods Market, a grocery store, and Rexall, a drugstore. With Yorkville's mix of affordable and luxury stores, you will easily be able to experience living a regular life in the luxurious neighbourhood of Yorkville.
While you may be “living” in Yorkville, you may still be a tourist who is interested in exploring the city. Well, you’ll definitely be able to reach many popular tourist spots from Yorkville. Whether you’re on foot or on public transit, you’ll be able to check off multiple attractions from your list, such as the Royal Ontario Museum and Queen’s Park, which are closer to Yorkville, and the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, which are a bit further from Yorkville but can be easily reached by taking the subway down to Union Station.
Since Yorkville is known as a luxurious neighbourhood, luxury hotels should almost be expected. Perhaps you’ve already heard of some of the hotels that are situated in Yorkville, Toronto, like Park Hyatt Hotel, The Hazelton Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel, and W Hotel (opening in July 2022), among others. There are also condominiums in the area, like the Yorkville Plaza, in which both long-/short-term residents live because, while there are definitely luxurious hotels, sometimes short-term rentals are just the better option.
Not only are short-term rentals generally cheaper than hotels, which means you can live in them for longer than hotels at the same price, they also have amenities on top of the core components that make up a hotel room. For instance, like a hotel room, short-term rentals have a bedroom and a bathroom, however they also have a small kitchen which makes longer stays much more convenient.
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