Queen's Park is an urban park in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada and the shape of Queen’s Park is an oval. Queen’s Park opened in 1860 by Edward, Prince of Wales, and it was named in honor of Queen Victoria. The phrase "Queen's Park" is regularly used as a meaning for the Government of Ontario or the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
Queen's Park holds several monuments and war memorials to commemorate events and/or individuals. Notable individual statues surrounding the park include George Brown, King Edward VII, Sir John A. Macdonald, John Sandfield Macdonald, Sir Oliver Mowat, Al Purdy, John Graves Simcoe, Queen Victoria, and Sir James Whitney. Looking at Memorials, the Canadian Volunteers Memorial is presently located west of Queen's Park Crescent West and three monuments have been commissioned by the government of Ontario and have been installed in locations adjacent to the southern portion of Queen's Park.
Transit access to Queen’s Park is possible by line 1 Yonge-University of the Toronto subway runs below University Avenue, Queen's Park (the park, to one side of the legislature), and Queen's Park (the street), serving the area via its Queen's Park and Museum stations. Other public transit access is provided by 13 Avenue Road and 94 Wellesley bus routes, and the 506 Carlton streetcar route.
If you are headed to Toronto for corporate relocation, for a business meeting, consultation, conference, or to the head office of your organization, this article will let you know more about the Yorkville area as you stay with Avalon Suites Yorkville. Relocation to Yorkville Toronto or if you are working in the area, know that Toronto is the center of business for finance, technology, media, and tourism for the nation. The Finance district is closely located to Avalon Suites Yorkville and so are major secondary institutions in the city like the University of Toronto – St. George Campus, and Ryerson University.
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Short Term Suites
Are you planning a corporate relocation to downtown Toronto, traveling to Toronto for a business trip, or a vacation into the city? Stay with us here at Avalon Suites Toronto. Close to amenities like the public transit system, Universities like the University of Toronto St. George campus and Ryerson University, and big corporate home offices like TD, RBC, CIBC, and the Toronto stock exchange, we are a convenient temporary relocation if you are looking to stay in the Yorkville-Bloor neighborhood. Not to mention on a short 10- minute walking distance to Queens Park.
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Queens Park is in 110 Wellesley St W, Toronto, ON M7A 1A2, owned by the University of Toronto & Government of Ontario department of Queen's Park Legislative Assembly of Ontario and managed by Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division & the Government of Ontario. Queens Park is an urban park in the city of downtown Toronto and offers small groups tours of and around the downtown area.
Queens Park is surrounded by Queens Park Cresent East, Wessley Street West, University Avenue, and Avenue Road. If you are planning on staying with Avalon Suites Yorkville while you visit Queens Park and the city of Toronto, it is only-10 minutes by public transit taking the Toronto Transit Commission, 10-minutes by walking, or a 3-minute car ride or Uber.
If you are planning to stay in Toronto to be closer to Queens Park, Avalon Suites Yorkville is going to recommend you some tourist attractions and experiences near the property. Queens Park is closely located to the Royal Museum of Ontario, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Gardiner Museum, and University of Toronto – St. George Campus. You can also take transportation to or walk to close neighborhoods and visit Kensington Market, St. Lawrence Market at the Distillery District, or the downtown Toronto business core – Finance District. IF you are interested in going on a day tour at the Harborfront, you can experience themed, walking, or biking tours in the city, experience a cruise tour, ride the ferry to the Toronto Islands, or dinner on a boat.
No matter what you decide to do, staying with Avalon Suites Yorkville allows you to be close to all Toronto tourism experiences. You can learn more about Toronto places to visit in the Avalon Suites Yorkville blog.
Avalon Suites Yorkville
Avalon premium luxury suites offer a fully equipped kitchen, filled with cooking utensils; pots, pans, boards, dishes, cups, cutlery, and equipment such as a fridge, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher all in one suite. Even more, each Avalon Suites has an in-suite washer and dryer, allowing you to feel just at home being able to do your own laundry without the hassle of housekeeping and additional services. Every suite also has access to internet and wife services, smart televisions for your cable, Netflix, Prime, or YouTube viewing, complimentary coffee, tea, and bathroom necessities. Additionally, Avalon Suites have an in-building fitness center and gym, and conference room safely available to be booked, alongside 24/7 concierge services.
Located in the heart of Yorkville intersecting Yorkville Avenue and Avenue Road, Toronto, not only will you get sweeping views of the city, however, you are located minutes to premium dining experiences, shopping departments, tourist destinations, and a Wholefoods supermarket for your in-suite cooking needs.
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