TORONTO — Toronto-based Manga Hotels has announced that its Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport has opened its doors at Toronto Pearson Airport after completing a $20-million renovation.
Upgrades to the 528-room hotel included design and structural enhancements to the external facade, a rebuild of the lobby with new lighting fixtures, a grab and go marketplace, modern fireplace and a new business centre, explained a Jan. 11 release.
Chef Tony Fernandes also oversaw the revamping of the dining and bar areas. The 1,000 square foot gym and indoor pool were also renovated.
The 4,500-square-foot Algonquin Ballroom and meeting spaces were upgraded with new audio-visual equipment such as digital screens, surround sound audio, web camera for virtual calls and theatrical lighting. The total function meeting space is 12,000 square feet.
“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 faculties to our guests,” commented Sukhdev Toor, president of Manga Hotels, in the statement.