CULTURE/ATMOSPHERE OF THE AREA WE WORK AND LIVE IN.
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA
Toronto is the largest city of Canada and its most ethnically diverse one, many immigrant cultures have brought their traditions, languages and music.
Toronto is a business minded, conscientious, and socially progressive city.
The city is a Special place because there is always something going on.
Toronto is about inclusivity and we are proud of that. Everyone is welcome, everyone counts.
FUN LUXURY THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO.
EDGEWALK AT THE CN TOWER
- Dangle over the City or Walk on the Glass floor of The CN Tower for a view 342 metres straight down.
ENJOY 1/2 OUNCE OF LOUIS XIII
- Shoushin is a Japanese restaurant that has the ONLY bottle of Louis XIII in a licensed establishment in Canada.
- For $1000. You will receive a complimentary Sushi plate along with the 1/2 ounce of Louis XIII.
LUXURY SPA BODY TREATMENT AT THE POSH FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
- For $495. Receive 60 min. Treatment, which includes a foot bath, full body dry brushing, a hemp seed scrub, a warmed honey wrap and a patchouli hemp oil massage.
RENT AN EXOTIC CAR FOR THE DAY
- Rent a Lamborghini Gallardo from Affinity Luxury Car Rentals for $1500/day.
STAY AT FOUR SEASONS HOTEL IN YORKVILLE
- Stay in the Royal Suite @ $16,000/night, the most prestigious suite in Toronto is located inside the Five Star Hotel in the heart of Yorkville.
SHOP AT THE EVER STYLISH BLOOR YORKVILLE NEIGHBOURHOOD
- Known for its style and money, its the priciest real estate in Toronto, like 5th Avenue.
- Plenty of adorable cafes
- Great restaurants
- Picturesque neighbourhood
ENJOY A PEMAQUID OYSTER AT RODNEY’S OYSTER HOUSE
- This jumbo oyster is the size of your palm @ $525/per
VISIT CASA LOMA
- It is a Gothic Revival style mansion and garden in midtown Toronto, that is now a historic house museum and landmark. Canada’s majestic Castle and Toronto’s premier historic attraction.
- Visit in The month of October for the Legends of Horror presentation, a theatrical interpretation of all the classic horror figures, where you are lead through a one hour, 2 km self-guided walking tour through the castles tunnels and darkest spaces.
- Also enjoy Case Loma’s “Escape Case Loma”, is the most unique immersive escape room game in Toronto. It is the first and only theatrical escape game in Canada.
- Underwater breakfast with Santa during the Christmas season.
TORONTO’s DISTILLERY DISTRICT
- In December the Distillery District neighbourhood bursts with life when it transform into a festive German Christmas market.
- They offer mulled wine, cider, a slew of winter treats like giant pretzels, and rides for kids and unique restaurants.
- Walk the pedestrian only cobblestone streets, you will feel as if you’ve stumbled into another century.
- The 44 buildings of this 13 acre site were, until mid 1900’s part of Gooderham and Worts, once the largest distillery. It evolved from a grist mill founded here in 1832 by Englishman James Wort and his brother-in-law William Gooderham.
- Today the 150 year old Distillery District has been infused with new life and is a vibrant community featuring slick condos, cute cafes, top notch restaurants, inspiring galleries and art studios, world class performance spaces and shop till you drop speciality shops.
- Sunnybrook Farm was the 154 hectare county estate of Joseph Kilgour in the late 1800’s. It is located north of Leaside and south of the Bridle Path areas of the city. After Kilgour’s passing it was donated to the city in 1928 to be used as a park.
- The park is home to many bike trails dog parks, and Sunnybrook Stables with the fields now used for sports and recreation.
- Sunnybrook stables offer lessons for first time riders, children’s summer camps or competition riders.
GO ON A HELICOPTER TOUR OF THE CITY
- Experience Toronto in a whole new way from about 2000 feet above the city.
- Toronto is a beautiful city, but even more beautiful to see from the air, high above the city in a helicopter cockpit.
- From about $100-$500 for a ride
Is known as one of the best restaurants in Canada.
Rising high above the financial district on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower, lunch at Canoe is packed with Bay Street’s powerful and financial elite.
The restaurant at the CN Tower
Over a thousand feet in the air, revolving floor enclosed in glass enjoy the Toronto scenery.
El Catrin Destileria
In the Distillery District.
Heated patio, trendy spot very popular among Torontonians.
Located in Toronto’s trendy Yorkville district.
A favorite among celebrities, locals and tourists. European cuisine