Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport Opens Following $20 Million Renovation

By Gracie Connell on 13 January 2021
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InterContinental Hotels Group announced the reopening of the Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport following the completion of a $20 million renovation project of the hotel.

The 12-story hotel, owned and operated by Manga Hotels, features a modern design featuring gold and grey light fixtures, a fireplace, and a business center. The 528 guest rooms feature contemporary décor in gold, grey, and white.

The  renovation project  also included an updated executive floor on the upper levels of the hotel, the installation of new audio visual equipment in the hotel’s Algonquin Ballroom, and an refresh of the indoor pool. The refurbished gym has equipment from Life Fitness and Bluetooth speakers are available to guests.

Guest dining options include the Cannery Kitchen & Social, which features a menu highlighting Canadian classics with a healthy twist, as well as a grab and go option.

The property is located near the Toronto Pearson International Airport, close to Highway 401 and 427.

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