Inside the studio, floor-to-ceiling windows keep the space airy and bright, allowing guests to feel like they're truly interacting with the surrounding area (the fact that native Torontonians also show up for class helps, too). And while vinyasa is the main draw, variation classes are offered throughout the week like candlelit yoga and "brunch flow" classes on the weekends.
Elsewhere on the third floor of the hotel, elliptical machines, stationary bikes, treadmills and free weights provide other fitness-oriented guests a more traditional workout.
As for the spa, the doors have yet to open, but guests should expect much of the same as 889 Yoga's other spa on Yonge Street. And of course, after you've been pounded into a Swedish Massage-induced daze, what better spot to sit and marinate for a while than the hotel's awesome rooftop.
[Photo: Thompson Toronto]