The Trading Post is a hotel room with cabin like qualities as well as elegant, borderline decadent decorative elements.
Room 311 has a strong masculine feel yet strives to be comfortable and warm and give the dweller a feeling of calm. This room has humorous qualities as well and tries to contrast rural, self-sufficient qualities against urban luxury.
- Queen bed
- 170 sq ft (16 sq m)
- 3 piece bathroom with hairdryer
- Hypo-allergenic duvet and pillows, 300 thread count sheets
- Studio-size ironing board (full sized ironing board available by calling the Front Desk)
- Samsung Galaxy Tablet with digital concierge system and browser for free internet surfing
- Coffee and tea service in the 3rd floor lounge (7am-10am)
- Fitness facilities available at 99 Sudbury Gym
- Telephone with private voice mail and free local calls
- 20″ flat screen television with premium cable
- All-natural Canadian bath products
- Safety deposit box
Find out more about our complimentary and extra room amenities HERE.
Designed by Matthew Agostinis and Joel Harrison-Off.
Matthew Agostinis is a furniture designer/maker who has recently graduated from Sheridan College’s Furniture Design program in Oakville, Ontario. Selected pieces of Matthew’s furniture have been displayed and sold at such galleries as the Wagner-Rosenbaum, One of a Kind show, Interior Design Show, Living Arts Centre and breakfast television. Past projects included the development and construction of prototypes for Harvest House Furniture located in Toronto, Ontario. Current projects include custom furniture and installations for residential and commercial clients in the GTA, and participation in the 2006 Interior design show along with Joel Harrison-Off. Matthew is currently a part-time resident artist in the wood studio at the Living Arts Centre located in Mississauga, Ontario.
CONTACT | Matthew Agostinis
Joel Harrison-Off is a graduate of Sheridan College, School of Crafts and Design Furniture Program. He is a practicing certified arborist and takes advantage of any unique tree parts he can get his hands on. His work reflects his love of nature and his inclination towards clean and simple design. His background includes work for Parks Ontario, off-grid composting toilet buildings scattered throughout the wilds of Canada and the odd piece of fine furniture hidden in the urban landscape. Joel also likes ice-cream sandwiches and can sometimes be found hanging out at the Toronto zoo.
Joel currently lives in Toronto and is all that and a bag of chips.