This two-bedroom spacious short term rental Toronto apartment is located in the heart of the downtown. The unit features floor to ceiling windows with a scenic view of the city that is especially beautiful at night when the streets are full of lights. Hardwood laminated floors, stone tile in the kitchen and bathroom floors and marble counters highlight this exquisite furnished apartment.

The open-concept kitchen is visually separated from the living room with an island bar. The kitchen is fully equipped with essential appliances such as refrigerator, stove with an oven, microwave oven.

The living room has a heather grey couch with textured accent pillows, a clear glass coffee table and an indigo blue printed area rug completing the set. Across from the couch there is a wall mount flat screen tv, with Rogers cable. The island bar makes a perfect place for having brunch; the living room also has access to the spacious balcony that runs along the whole apartment.

Both bedrooms have queen-size beds, and are furnished with night stands and matching lamps. The bold geometric bed linens and accent pillow tie the interior together. The second bedroom comes furnished with a small glass desk that faces the window and a chair. The first bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with tile floor and porcelain white amenities, including a full size bathtub. The second bathroom is located in the hallway, providing an efficient arrangement for guests who might be staying over.

The Neighbourhood

Located in the busiest part of Toronto, the Murano complex is in close proximity to shopping, entertainment and a plethora of restaurants. The Eaton Center is only a 10 minute walk away and offers a whole day of shopping as well as frequent concerts and events at Yonge/Dundas Square.

The College subway station, which is located on the east fork of the Yonge/University Spadina TTC line is also a short walk away. Art enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the AGO, Mocca and countless other museums and galleries located in the downtown, while Sony Theater and The Mirvish would delight theater lovers with newest plays and performances. The Murano complex is in close proximity to the financial district, Yorkville neighbourhood, and the nightlife of Queen Street West, and offers its guests the experience all the best parts of Toronto.

The Building

Completed in 2010, Murano is a part of a two-tower high-rise condominium complex located alongside Bay Street in the Discovery District of Toronto. Murano was designed by Peter Clewes of architects Alliance and is dubbed as a “fusion of art, architecture and glass”. North and South towers are joined by a two-storey podium with planned retail and recreational facilities, including a roof-top garden and glass public art feature. The complex offers a state of the art gym with a running track and aerobics room on the third floor. Guests can enjoy the indoor swimming pool with a retractable roof, whirlpool and saunas. Other amenities include 24 hour concierge and security services, free parking for residents and a lounge area.