TORONTO — Palm Holdings has announced plans to restoration and repositioning the Quality Suites Laval, Que.
Palm Holdings has partnered with Figurr Architect Collective to transform the 27,775-sq.-ft. property, which, upon completion, will feature a contemporary design and upgraded amenities to enhance the overall esthetic.
“As a continuing source of beautiful and contemporary designs, we will be a taking an artisanal and innovative approach to create a truly unique experience for the existing building while maintaining the legacy of the original,” says Stephen Rotman, co-founder, Figurr Architect Collective.
The renovations will include a new lobby extension that will create a contemporary glass and metal counterpoint to the existing brick building, which was built in the 1990s. The hotel’s 110 suites will feature full kitchens, including stoves, full-size fridges, microwaves, dishwashers and, in some suites, ovens as well. Guestrooms, hallways, the lobby and onsite restaurant will all undergo extensive upgrades and the complete property will also feature a fully equipped 1,000-sq.-ft. gym.
“We put our heart and soul into all our redevelopment projects — Quality Suites Laval is definitely one of them. Quebec offers significant growth potential for the hospitality industry and we are excited to partner with Figurr Architect Collective on one of our first projects in the province,” says Anish Taneja, senior vice-president, Palm Holdings. “Through this renovation, we aim to increase the hotel’s value proposition by utilizing assets to their full potential and drive business growth. The new look certainly meets the needs of our guests in terms of design, comfort and functionality and we hope to create a memorable experience for our guests.”
Renovations are slated to be completed by Q2 2020.