Annex Quest House
Address83 Spadina Road TorontoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Engaging the principles of vastu, an Indian architectural science promoting tranquility through natural materials and asymmetrical layouts (similar to feng shui), this glorified backpackers has quaint, simple rooms. Wooden floors, patterned bedspreads and crafted copper bowls highlight the spaces.
Our independent authors have visited Annex Quest House and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Toronto.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
Description provided by property
The Annex Quest House in North America's first and only Vastu home away from home. Designed for weekly and monthly as well as daily guests, our main building offers eighteen ecologically friendly and tranquil rooms - each with an ensuite bathroom and bevelled copper sink. All our rooms have free Wi-Fi, Mini-fridge, Coffee Maker, Microwave and Cable TV. Parking and Laundry are also available. We are proud to offer a strictly non-smoking and scent restricted environment.
Each guestroom at the Annex Quest House is dedicated to one of five basic elements of Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Each room has soothing yet vibrant colors that reflect the physical and psychological property of each specific element. Every guest room honours the heart of the Vastu philosophy, which advocates the protection of the environment and all living things.
Dark pine can be found throughout the Annex Quest House. Asymetrical design, which flows through the world of nature, conforms to the features of the human body and helps our guests feel at ease.
**Taxes not included in rates shown and will be added to the balance upon arrival**
We have a 72 hour cancellation policy
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