A new boutique hotel is opening in Toronto this fall.
Already accepting reservations for November, The Anndore House is billing itself as “Toronto’s new living room,” and boasting guest rooms designed by Cecconi Simone, as well as Constantine, a Mediterranean restaurant and Scarlet Door, a lobby cafe and lounge designed by Studio Munge and helmed by chef Craig Harding (La Palma, Campagnolo).
“The Anndore House has all the elements of a true lifestyle boutique hotel. We offer a distinctively local experience for guests that are seeking a creative, refreshing and fun environment,” says GM Anthony Campaniaris in a press release. “We understand today’s traveler. With our guests in mind, we have created a place where they can feel at home and enjoy amenities with innovative details that peak their curiosity, all in an ideal location.”
Occupying 11 floors, the new hotel will offer 113 guest rooms and amenities like in-room record players with a curated collection of LPs, and bicycles available for guest use. Not to mention, the hotel will also house a satellite location of Kensington Market barber shop, Crows Nest.
The hotel is the latest offering from the Silver Hotel Group which also operates the Novotel Hotel Centre in Toronto as well as Hotel Victoria Toronto and Bond Place Hotel. Rooms at The Anndore House will start at $300 per night while suites are priced from $400 per night.
Address: 15 Charles Street East