Toronto Escape - Fort York- 215 Fort York Blvd

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Two-Bedroom Apartment

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Opening out onto a balcony with city views, this apartment is modernly decorated with bold tones of grey and blue. It consists of an open-plan seating, dining and full kitchen area with granite counter top. A mounted flat-screen TV, DVD player, free Wi-Fi, a washing machine and a clothes dryer are also included. It has 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms and a sofa bed. Maximum occupancy is 6 guests (see Hotel Policies).

Air Conditioning; Seating Area; Washing Machine; Heating; Sofa; Hardwood/Parquet floors; Wardrobe/Closet; Shower; Bath; Toilet; Bathroom; Additional Toilet; Additional bathroom; DVD Player; Cable Channels; Flat-screen TV; Refrigerator; Microwave; Dishwasher; Kitchen; Dining area; Kitchenware; Oven; Stovetop; Toaster; Coffee machine; Dining table; Towels; Linen; Balcony; City view;

Triple Room with Lake View

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This triple room features a electric kettle, air conditioning and seating area.

Double bed(s) x 1; Large bed(s) (King size) x 2;
Air Conditioning; Hot Tub; Iron; Seating Area; Washing Machine; Heating; Sofa; Tile/Marble floor; Hardwood/Parquet floors; Tumble dryer ; Wardrobe/Closet; Shower; Bath; Hairdryer; Toilet; Bathroom; Additional Toilet; Additional bathroom; Toilet paper ; Cable Channels; Flat-screen TV; Refrigerator; Microwave; Dishwasher; Kitchen; Dining area; Electric kettle; Kitchenware; Oven; Stovetop; Toaster; Coffee machine; Dining table; Alarm clock; Towels; Linen; Balcony; Lake view; City view; Private flat in building;
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215 Fort York Blvd. M5V 4A2 Toronto Ontario Canada (CA)
43.63699722 -79.40451813
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About Toronto Escape - Fort York- 215 Fort York Blvd

Located in the city centre, Toronto Escape - Fort York - Amber Suite offers a self-catered apartment with a city-view balcony, free Wi-Fi and private parking upon request. Guests can enjoy a communal indoor pool, fitness centre and sauna. Decorated in bold tones of grey and red, this modern apartment consists of an open-plan seating, dining and full kitchen area with a granite counter top. A flat-screen TV, DVD player, washing machine and clothes dryer are included. There are 2 bathrooms. A supermarket and the Harbourfront can be found within 2 km from Toronto Escape - Fort York - Amber Suite. It is 2 km from China Town and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, while the Financial District is 3.5 km away. Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is within 1.6 km.

Please note: Property does not accommodate any guests under 25 years of age A security deposit of CAD 500 is required before arrival for incidental charges. This deposit is fully refundable after check-out, subject to a damage inspection of the property. Please note that late check-outs after 11:00 AM are subject to a surcharge and must be confirmed with Toronto Escape first. Parking payment must be paid in cash upon arrival. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply. Please inform Toronto Escape - Fort York- 215 Fort York Blvd in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation. Payment before arrival via bank transfer is required. The property will contact you after you book to provide instructions.

Amenities of Toronto Escape - Fort York- 215 Fort York Blvd

  • BBQ facilities
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Hot tub/jacuzzi
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Swimming pool
  • Terrace
  • Sun terrace
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Family rooms
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning

Guest Reviews (12 reviews)


Jun, 05, 2016

Excellent stay

The apartment was in a fabulous location. Very quite with excellent transport links into downtown....only 10 minutes away.
Quite a lot of additional fees. Cleaning fees, security deposit etc.


Apr, 12, 2016

I think my selection was wrong !!! Prices ,,clean fee and ....

Cleaning ,relaxation silent safe sofa bedsheets clean
Prices ,,,,facilities (sofa was damage ' table very dangerous for child) dirty .location was not good view to another building or a bridge heavy traffic ,, certain salon

Riley Durocher

Jan, 18, 2016

the staff let me hold a loaded rifle and fire it. im 14. it was pretty cool

Matthew Wong

Jan, 11, 2016

Went when I was younger for the history. No I go when there are concerts. It's a decent venue depending on how the event organizers set things up for their guests. It can be hard to find shade.

Izzy Levy

Jan, 04, 2016

There is one tour guide that works here who is just great. He gets really animated and into it. If you're with a school group this is a good outing....!

Nelson Da Silva

Jan, 04, 2016

A great place for some early Toronto history. Very different from your typical museums as this is an actual historic site. The interactive gingerbread making for the kids was great as well, kept the little ones engaged. If your getting their by TTC, look for the short cut from Strachan ave on the bridge.

Shuara Hosain

Dec, 25, 2015

It was AMAZING. I went with my class and i totally remand people to go there


Oct, 25, 2015

Of historical significance to Canada. Helpful staff. Good exhibit on Magna Carta. Location in heart of our city.

Helen Owls

Aug, 25, 2015

Upon arrival, I learned there were tours on the hour and my timing was perfect for taking the tour. I was so glad I did because the guide was extremely knowledgeable. Beyond the history of the fort itself, I learned about Toronto's history and enjoyed seeing how the shoreline had changed so much over 200 years. There was a wide variety of exhibits. For example, I liked being able to make selections in the blockhouse to hear musical selections of historical compositions. The information about the state of healthcare 200 years ago was also interesting. I spent a very happy hour and a half there, but could have spent much longer if I didn't have another commitment. I didn't have time to see any of the exhibits in the visitor centre, which serves as the entrance to the whole site. The entrance is under the Gardiner Expressway but don't let that deter you. The fort itself is further north and fully open to the skies. The sun was shining, the students (dressed as soldiers) were marching and offering a musket demonstration and the gift shop had a nice variety of items.

Jacob M

Jul, 25, 2015

I used to work for the "Friends of Fort York" and one of my majors for my bachelor's degree is in history so I do have a special place in my heart for Fort York. From a historical perspective, this is essentially Toronto's birthplace. Learn about the city of Toronto, formely known as the Town of York and the War of 1812. The historic site houses buildings which were built primarily just after 1813 (as Fort York was destroyed in the Battle of York). I would recommend visiting this venue specifically in the summer as the guided tour will include demonstrations by the Fort York Guard as well as the always welcomed cannon firing. Come and learn about the history of the amazing city of Toronto.

Dave Waddling

Jul, 25, 2015

Great historical experience with many additional events through the year to enjoy. Learn about the very early days of Toronto and when we kicked American butt right back to Washington ;)

Jason James

Jan, 25, 2015

Absolutely magnificent. Amazing Dining room, great war room, smell was off setting although. But over all, tour was great history was learned, 4-stars.

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