Centrally located in Bloor-Yorkville at 15 Charles St. E., The Anndore House is now accepting reservations ahead of its debut in November 2017. The chic hotel features 113 stylish guestrooms and suites on 11 floors, a restaurant, bar, barbershop, café and an entire floor that’s equally adept at hosting parties and brainstorms.
Built as a residence hotel in 1955, The Anndore House was welcoming many of Toronto’s most eccentric personalities and famous faces in the 1950s. The contemporary guest rooms designed by Cecconi Simone Inc., along with public spaces and dining outlets by Studio Munge, retain the personality of the building’s past lives, combining vibrant history with the current style. There are record players alongside a curated collection of LPs in rooms so that guests could sit on plush leather club chairs, while listening to old classics and new hits.
The Anndore House team has looked to the city’s creative community to bring the hotel to life and offer an unforgettable experience on every floor. The in-House restaurant and barbershop are both created in collaboration with homegrown experts. Acclaimed chef Craig Harding, of La Palma and Campagnolo, leads the culinary vision and direction of the hotel’s café, lounge and Mediterranean restaurant, while local favourite Jon Roth transports the laidback and nostalgic feeling of his Kensington Market Crows Nest barbershop to the company’s first midtown Toronto location, right inside the hotel.
The Anndore House is the latest addition to the growing portfolio of Silver Hotel Group’s Toronto Downtown Hotel Collection. Rooms start at $300 per night and suites start at $400 per night, with sizes ranging from 225 to 550 square feet.