Tapestry Collection by Hilton opens first Canadian hotel

Canvas Moncton, Tapestry Collection by Hilton features 97 guestrooms, meeting and event space for up to 120 guests and a restaurant. Photo credit: Hilton

Tapestry Collection by Hilton debuted its first Canadian property in Moncton, New Brunswick. Opal Hospitality operates the hotel and 55Opal Developments, a joint venture between FiveFive Queen Developments and Opal Hospitality, owns it.

“Tapestry Collection has seen an exponential year of success and recognizing the growing Canadian tourism market, we have plans for continued expansion with two additional Canadian hotels in our pipeline,” Jenna Hackett, global head for Tapestry Collection by Hilton, said in a statement.

The 97-room Canvas Moncton, Tapestry Collection by Hilton includes meeting and event space for up to 120 guests and a signature restaurant. For an interactive culinary experience, wine and beer tastings and food-pairing workshops are available at Expérience by ANBL. The art-inspired hotel—its name refers to a blank canvas—also features pieces from local and international artists.


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Hilton launched the Tapestry Collection brand in 2017. As of Sept. 30, it consisted of 24 properties with 3,255 rooms, all of which were located in the United States. The brand has already debuted two other hotels this month: The Axis Hotel Moline (Ill.), Tapestry Collection by Hilton and The Bethesdan Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton in Bethesda, Md.

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