BETHESDA, Md. — The Civic Hotel, an Autograph Collection Hotel, has opened in Surrey, B.C. as part of Century Group’s 3 Civic Plaza project.

Located adjacent to Surrey Central Station, the hotel boasts 144 guestrooms and suites, fitness and pool facilities, as well as Prado Café and Dominion Bar + Kitchen. The hotel also features a conference floor with two ballrooms and more than 8,000 sq. ft. of multi-purpose meeting space, including a rooftop deck for private events and specialized catering.

In addition to Civic Hotel, the 54-storey mixed-use project features 349 residential units and 50,000 sq. ft. of commercial space, which will be occupied by Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

“3 Civic Plaza is an iconic project for the City of Surrey as it represents Surrey’s first mixed-use hotel, education and residential project,” says Sean Hodgins president, Century Group. “We are proud to be at the epicentre of Surrey City Centre’s rapid transformation into a thriving downtown core for business, culture and entertainment.”

As a member of Autograph Collection Hotels, Civic Hotel was designed to embody individuality and independence, while celebrating the beauty of British Columbia. Each aspect of the hotel showcases the diverse cultures and natural beauty that make up the heart of the region, with each of its 16 floors highlighting a different region in the province through unique images and artwork curated by Canadian landscape photographer Rick Blacklaws and artist Garry Kennedy.

“In the past 12 months, the Canadian portfolio has more than doubled with the introduction of spectacular hotels such as The Civic” says Jennifer Connell, VP Brand Management & Marketing, Autograph Collection Hotels. “We are proud to welcome The Civic to the Autograph Collection family and look forward to providing guests with a boutique-like experience through its unique design and local cultural influences, elements that bring this brand to life.”


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