Accommodations & Housing
Come study in Toronto! Our school is located approximately 20 minutes from the bustling downtown core. There are a variety of accommodation options to choose from.
Short Term Stays
Conveniently located in Central Toronto (Downtown), next to Spadina Subway Station.
The hotel is situated 5 minutes from Yonge Street and a subway station, allowing you to conveniently travel downtown should you wish to do some sightseeing.
When booking your stay at the Best Western Roehampton please mention Bonnie Gordon School to receive a 10% discount off the best available rate.
This Student Housing Service offers information about temporary housing located near the downtown St. George campus. The listings are located close to campus and are easily accessible by public transit.
This list has many types of accommodations including hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses and inns, hostels and more.
Nestled in the middle of a quiet residential neighbourhood, this fine home is surrounded by parks, trees and has a warm family that enjoys hosting guests from across the world. We are located a 5 minute Walk from the Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts, 2 minutes away from the bus stop and about a 15 to 20 minute commute to downtown Toronto.
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5. There are many other hotels located in downtown Toronto. We would advise choosing a hotel that is in close proximity to public transportation, especially the subway for more convenient travel to and from the school. Please contact these hotels directly or use your favourite search engine for best available rates.
Housing (Long Term Stays)
For students wishing to stay for longer periods of time like those enrolled in the Designer Cakes Certificate Programme, there are many options to look into. Some of these options are listed below.
The university has compiled a list of independent residence facilities in downtown Toronto. These facilities are not owned or operated by the University of Toronto or any of the city's other post-secondary institutions. These residences accept applications from the general public in addition to post-secondary students.
These residences all offer single rooms with easy access to the TTC. Some may offer double rooms, meal plans and/or cooking facilities, daily and weekly rates and gym facilities.
2. Public Listings for Accommodations
Always be careful with free systems!
- Craig's List
- View It
- Toronto Star
- Now Magazine
- Apartment Corner
- Co-Op Housing
- Home Trader
- Off-Campus Housing
U of T Residence(s) in the summer operate as hotels during the summer, offering short and long-term stays to students and members of the public. Summer terms range from 1 May to 30 August, depending on the residence. Each residence runs independently and there is no central booking. Thus, you must call the residence directly to make reservations. Please pay special attention to the dates they are open and any minimum stay requirements.
Take a look at the 2012 Summer Housing brochure for information about rates and amenities. You can call or e-mail those residences you are interested in to find out available dates and how to book.
Toronto Suites offers luxury furnished apartments in Toronto, Ontario. They offer a comfortable, affordable alternative to conventional Toronto hotels.
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Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts does not investigate, endorse, or guarantee the accuracy of the information provided above. Although the College reviews all information posted, the College assumes no responsibility in regard to any agreement made between a student and a landlord or operator of the residence/accomodations.