TORONTO — Mississauga, Ont.-based Manga Hotels has acquired the 489-room Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport for an undisclosed price from Etobicoke, Ont.-based Royal Equator, which has quietly sold off its three Canadian properties, including Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport and Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Mississauga.
The hotel includes 23 suites and 12 meeting rooms for a total of 12,000-sq.ft. of meeting space. Amenities include a 24-hour business centre, fitness centre, pool, sauna and hot tub, as well as onsite restaurants, The Brasserie and Rendezvous Bar and Lounge. Other conveniences include free Wi-Fi, bellman service, turn-down service for suites, parking, car rental services and same-day dry cleaning.
“We are excited for this new addition to our portfolio,” says Sukhdev Toor, CEO of Manga Hotels, which currently operates 14 hotels under the Marriott, Hilton, Starwood and IHG brands and has multiple projects in the works in Canada and in the US. “It’s a great property in a prime location.”