TORONTO — A spacious new convention centre has opened in Charlottetown adjacent to the Delta Prince Edward Hotel, offering 59,000 square feet of meeting space.
“The addition of the P.E.I. Convention Centre to the existing Delta Prince Edward is going to put Charlottetown on the map as a host for major conventions,” said Ken Greene, president and CEO of Delta Hotels and Resorts. “The combination of this world-class conference facility with the warm Maritime hospitality that the region is known for will have a powerful impact on tourism in the region.”
The new Prince Edward Island Convention Centre is a $24.3-million development that can host up to 1,500 guests. It features multi-functional convention and event space, six adjoining breakout rooms, two permanent boardrooms, two conference offices, underground parking and an outdoor patio for 600 guests. The centre will be managed and operated by Delta Hotels and Resorts.