MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Manga Hotels has re-opened the Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport following a $20-million renovation.
The 12-storey hotel now features improved offerings and a modern design, including design and structural enhancements to the external façade. Designed to serve as a one-stop solution for travellers, the re-built lobby now features dramatic grey and gold lighting fixtures, a grab-and-go marketplace, modern fireplace and a new business centre.
“The hotel is one of the largest airport hotels in the market and, now, the most modern, says Sukhdev Toor, president of Manga Hotels. “The renovation and undertaking of this new look and design was extensive and the results are amazing. Our experience working with airport markets will continue to allow us to provide the very best services and facilities to our guests.”
The hotel’s 528 re-designed guestrooms feature updated bathrooms and a contemporary colour palette. And, half of the room inventory offers king-sized beds with walk-in showers. The hotel’s executive floor also offers added privacy.
Award-winning chef Tony Fernandes helms the hotel’s restaurant, The Cannery Kitchen & Social, which features an updated dining, bar, and social area with seating for 200-guests. The menu features local favourites combined with international flavours to represent the best of Canada.
Additional amenities include a 1,000-sq.-ft. gym, indoor pool and 12,000 sq. ft. of functional meeting space, which now feature state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment.