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.
Description provided by property
A classic Toronto heritage Victorian Home transformed into a unique South Asian style (Vastu) Inn. Designed for both extended stays and overnight guests, their ecologically friendly rooms each have ensuite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, coffee maker, microwave and cable TV. AC and heating are individually controlled in your room. Free breakfast snacks and bottled water are provided; parking and laundry are also available. Proudly offering a strictly non-smoking and scent sensitive environment. A shared patio is available when the weather permits. Visit the website for seasonal discounts, and see “Our Look” for a Slide-Show of their guest rooms. Don’t forgot to ask about their affiliated properties and special amenities for long-term guests.
The Quest House is located in the forested Annex residential district of midtown Toronto at the crossroads of Toronto’s most vibrant and happening neighbourhoods.
We are a short walk to the University of Toronto, UofT Athletic Centre, Fields Institute, Koerner Hall, George Brown College (Casa Loma Campus), historic Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum, Queen’s Park, the eclectic Kensington Market, elegant Yorkville, upscale Bloor Shopping, highly rated (and 24 hour) restaurants, and Chinatown. Steps from the Spadina subway, streetcars, and bus routes, you are minutes away from Downtown Theatres, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Queen St. West Entertainment District, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre, University Avenue hospitals, Union Station, Dundas Bus Terminal, and Billy Bishop (Island) Airport. Links to Toronto’s Pearson Airport are also available.
Vastu is a traditional Indian design based on the alignment of the five basic elements: Earth (Bhumi), Water (Jala), Air (Vayu), Fire (Agni) and Space (Akasha). Incorporating nature's elements leads to a more balanced and restful environment that provides more energy. Our architecture, layout and service strive to pamper body, mind, and soul.
Services & facilities
- Cable TV
- Laundry Facilities
- Towels Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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