Best Western opens first Premier hotel in Toronto

Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel

Best Western Hotels & Resorts is growing its Best Western Premier presence in Canada with the debut of the Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel. This is the first Best Western Premier hotel in Toronto and the fourth in Canada.

“We are very pleased to have an even stronger presence in one of Canada’s hottest markets, with the new Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel,” said Ron Pohl, Best Western SVP of brand management. “We are looking to create a larger presence in first-tier urban markets, such as Toronto, especially with our Best Western Premier and Vīb brands. This is a very welcome addition to our expanding family.”

The hotel's official opening is taking place April 6 after reflagging from InterContinental Hotel Group’s Indigo brand. The 119-room Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview offers on-site dining (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and room service, as well as amenities including a 24-hour fitness center and business center, an indoor heated lap pool, a steam room, sauna, whirlpool and big screen smart televisions in all guestrooms.


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“We are excited for the Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel to be the first Premier Hotel to serve the Toronto market,” said Roshan Jainudeen, GM of the hotel. “This hotel is an oasis within a bustling metropolitan area and offers comfortable, yet sophisticated accommodations that will meet an array of travelers’ varying needs.”


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