Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport reopens after $20mln revamp

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Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport, owned and operated by Manga Hotels, opens its doors after completing a $20 million renovation. The transformation marks a new beginning for the hotel as staff recommits to delivering warm hospitality, memorable events and delightful dinning. The 528-room hotel is in a prime location for all travellers visiting the Toronto region and flying through the Toronto Pearson Airport. The hotel is close to Highway 401 and 427, making it an ideal venue for conferences, meetings and layover travel when the need resumes. Manga Hotels has invested in the following renovations to the 12-storey property, improving the hotel’s offering with a modern design: • Design and structural enhancements to the external façade, a rebuild of the lobby with dramatic grey and gold lighting fixtures, a grab and go marketplace, modern fireplace, and a new business centre - all designed to provide a one-stop solution for busy travellers.• All 528 guest rooms and bathrooms were redesigned for functionality with a chic contemporary palette. The rooms feature warm, welcoming colors of gold, grey and whites.

Half of the hotel’s room inventory offer king-sized beds with walk-in showers.• The hotel has an executive floor on the upper levels of the hotel for added more...