Serviced Apartments in Chinatown
Furnished Apartments for Rent in Chinatown
Chinatown, which dates back to 1878, is one of Toronto's oldest and most vibrant neighborhoods. Located in the city’s Downtown area, it is also known as Downtown Chinatown or West Chinatown in Toronto. Its proximity to Downtown Toronto, Old Toronto, Union Station, CN Tower, and the Harborfront is the reason why furnished apartments in Chinatown are so sought after. Sandwiched between College and Spadina in the North and Spadina and Queen in the South, the residents are descendants of people who once belonged to China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and other Southeast Asian countries.
Our Top Furnished Apartments in Chinatown:
Each one of our furnished apartments for rent in Chinatown comes equipped with all the amenities as well as facilities that people traveling to Toronto would require. To provide them with an amazing stay, these apartments come with a cozy bedroom, a living room, a luxe bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen. Moreover, they also boast complimentary Wi-Fi so that you are never off the grid and are always connected to your friends and family.
Where to Stay in Chinatown
One of the largest Chinatowns in North America, Toronto's Chinatown is a continuously shifting neighborhood, that houses several generations of Chinese immigrants with a vibrant culture, customs, and dialects. With its proximity to Toronto’s inner suburbs of Scarborough and North York, and the outer suburbs of Markham, Richmond Hill, and Mississauga, Chinatown is the perfect place for one to visit and stay. Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street are lined with traditional Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants where you can get an authentic gastronomical experience and is a perfect place to retire. That is why our furnished apartments in Chinatown are the perfect choice for those looking to visit Toronto.
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Facts About Chinatown
Visiting Chinatown is a great experience in itself as it gives you the opportunity to know about Toronto’s multicultural richness. Getting to Chinatown is easier given the fact that the neighborhood is well-connected via public transport, especially the streetcar. But once here, you can easily navigate through the area on foot as it’s a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood.
Here are a few facts about Chinatown:
- The population in Chinatown comprises mainly Cantonese people.
- 502 Queen, 505 Dundas, 506 College, and 510 Spadina streetcars ply to Chinatown
- If you are visiting Toronto in February, do not miss the Chinese New Year festival as it fills the area with a spirit of festivity and is a sight to behold.
Weather in Chinatown
Just as in Toronto, the weather in Chinatown is pleasant from April through September. This time of the year, especially summers, is the peak tourist season and you will see the sidewalks and cafes come alive. The shoulder season or the fall season from September through November is also great when the climate is cool and you get to see the fall colors of Ontario which is an experience in itself. December to April is the winter season, generally chilly with a lot of snow and the mercury can dip lower than -5 degrees Celsius.