MONTREAL — The Marriott Courtyard Toronto Downtown has been acquired by Jesta Group, a real estate and management company with a global profile of properties.
“The Marriott Courtyard brand has become a standard for business travellers and visitors who want prime locations, a top quality experience and good value,” said Eric Aintabi, VP, Jesta Group. “We are very proud to announce this acquisition. From Jesta’s perspective, this was a very compelling business opportunity and an ideal chance to leverage our expertise in hotel ownership and management worldwide. We will ensure a seamless management transition for our guests and associates. We are also committed to significant renovations and upgrades to guestrooms, meeting places and common areas, in order to uphold and further elevate the high standards that people expect from the Marriott brand.”
The 575-room hotel is the largest full-service Courtyard hotel in the world and features a restaurant, bistro, a 24-hour fitness centre, an indoor pool, valet parking and concierge services.
Originally built in 1957 as the Westbury Hotel, the property was converted to a Courtyard in 1999.
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