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TORONTO — Atlific Hotels has completed renovations of its managed property, Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa Downtown. The transformation introduces a new modern design to downtown Ottawa within walking distance of several notable restaurants, the Royal Canadian Mint, the National Gallery of Canada and Parliament Hill. 

“We’re very pleased with Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa Downtown’s renovations, which make for a truly enhanced experience that pairs perfectly with the hotel’s superb downtown location,” says Nancy Champagne, general manager, Courtyard by Marriott Ottawa Downtown.

The project encompassed all guestrooms and public spaces as well as meeting and event facilities. The renovations to the property took place in stages over the past two years and include a re-vamped lobby area featuring a fresh, modern and open space punctuated by stylish mid-century modern furnishings and neutral tones. Combined with functional workspaces and modern TVs, guestrooms have been refreshed with new carpeting, beds, linens and wall treatments which include a feature wall evocative of sunny skies and clouds. Bathrooms now include walk-in showers.

The hotel’s many amenities have also been brought up to date, including the on-site restaurant, The Bistro, now featuring new carpeting, mid-century modern tables, chairs, lighting fixtures and cozy fireplace with modern pod workstations to create an attractive, communal setting for dining and working. 

Business travellers will enjoy 3,400 sq. ft. of fully renovated meeting spaces that can accommodate up to 400 people. The six separate event spaces are equipped with modern furnishings and convenient stations for light bites and refreshments.

Guests have access to free Wi-Fi, fitness facilities, an indoor pool, six event venues with custom catering, The Bistro, evening drinks and Starbucks coffee.


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