The Vibe: The Anndore House started life as an upscale apartment building and still has a residential vibe.
Area: In a former “shady” area, which is now a great location near upscale Yorkville, the Bloor Street museums, the Yonge Street shops, arts venues, and more.
The DNA: The 10-story brick building has a dimly lit lobby with moody greens and purples, dark woods, and glam gold-framed art. Past the kitchen island–style reception desk lies a sexy bar in velvet and wood paneling. Rooms comes with cushy beds and rainfall showers.
Suite-Me-Up: The Residence Suite features exposed brick, dazzling artwork, a separate living space, one king bed, rainforest showerhead, a large work desk, and impressive Yorkville views facing north.
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 113 rooms & suites (21-51m2) (226-550 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2018 (previously Comfort Inn) • interior design: Cecconi Simone (Toronto) • bathroom amenities: C.O. Bigelow ❌ no parking available • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible