VAUGHAN, ON – Baseball play-by-play analyst and former Montreal Expo Joe Siddall is staying in one of Premiere Suites fully-furnished temporary residences in downtown Toronto for the 2015 Major League Baseball season. Many Canadian professionals like him are discovering that when you have to spend a month or more on the road, you need more space than a hotel room to feel like a home.
“When I’m in Toronto for the season, I stay in one of Premiere Suites fully furnished apartments. They are the most trusted name in the industry, so I know they will find me a suite in a great neighbourhood, that is close to work and feels just like home,” says Joe Siddall.
As Canada’s only national provider of temporary residences, Premiere Suites offers professional and personal clients a selection of more than 1,500 fully-furnished suites in 38 city centres across the country. With one, two and three bedroom houses, apartments and townhomes, Premiere Suites meet the needs of anyone who requires a residence for 30 days or more – people being relocated to other cities, temporarily displaced home insurance claimants, and those on temporary assignments like Joe.
“If you’re like me and have to spend several weeks or months on the road, staying in a hotel just won’t do. My Premiere Suites temporary residence is fully furnished with a full kitchen, and all the amenities that are essential to my lifestyle like a state-of-the art fitness facility and 24-hour concierge,” says Siddall.
About Premiere Suites
Founded in 1999, Premiere Suites is Canada’s largest and fastest-growing provider of ‘extended stay’ furnished rentals. The company now offers clients a selection of over 1,500 fully-furnished suites in 38 city centres across the country ‒ cost-reduced alternatives to luxury hotel accommodations in prime locations for employee relocations, home insurance claims, project assignments, and extended stays. From studio units to three bedroom townhouses, our luxury temporary living solutions provide more of the amenities of home. After all, life is too big for a hotel.