Are you looking for a trendy, innovative boutique hotel in Toronto that has a creative soul? Look no further. The Anndore House has officially become my ‘home-away-from-home.’ If you’re looking for something quintessentially charming, this is the place for you.
From the moment you walk in to the hotel, you are greeted with contagious smiles from the staff in a posh-meets-quirky artistic design throughout its contemporary bedrooms, delicious Constantine Restaurant and lounge, The Crow’s Nest barber shop and the Scarlet Door Café.
One of my favourite moments staying at the hotel was walking into my cozy King Loft bedroom. I absolutely loved being greeted with my name on the flat-screen plasma television, while kitchy, swing and big band music was playing off the scratchy vinyl record player. Not only did my room have style and class, but it had an eccentric vibe twisted with a taste of luxury.
When getting ready for a day out in the town, I had two kind staff bring me afternoon mimosas and the most decadent pastries. I couldn’t help, but dance my way to my walk-in closet with a long-mirror and then twirl over to the exquisite rainforest shower with opulent gold handles, and the rigorous geometry of black and white tiles that caressed my ‘happy feet’ as I sang along to the music on the record player and then I jumped on the bed.
The Anndore House is not only one of Toronto’s newest and luxurious boutique hotels, but it’s also a timeless capsule of classics, modern style and oozes of vintage glamour – a lavish choice for accommodation in a prime location.