Atlas Suites - Mariner Furnished Apartments
Address35 Mariner Terrace TorontoSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Atlas Suites - Mariner Furnished Apartments is conveniently located just 700 metres from Toronto’s harbourfront. With modern décor, the apartments open out onto a balcony with city and garden or lake views. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
Stylish and air-conditioned, this accommodation consists of an open-plan seating, dining and full kitchen area. A flat-screen cable TV, washing machine and clothes dryer are standard. Free calling within North America is also provided. Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a gift.
Underground parking is available upon request with surcharge.
The famous CN Tower can be found only 600 metres from Atlas Suites - Mariner Furnished Apartments It is at a distance of 250 metres from the Rogers Centre. The Entertainment District is within 5 minutes' walk and the Financial District is 15 minutes' walk away.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
Please let Atlas Suites - Mariner Furnished Apartments know your expected time of arrival in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property. Please inform Atlas Suites - Mariner Furnished Apartments 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.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Games room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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