Crescent Hotels to manage The Westin Prince, Toronto

Crescent Hotels & Resorts has been selected to manage The Westin Prince, Toronto. The 388-room hotel offers 30,000 square feet of meeting space, accommodating groups of 10 to 700 guests. The hotel is situated on 15 acres of parkland in the northern part of Toronto and offers access to downtown, Toronto Pearson International airport and many Toronto corporate offices and attractions.

“We are pleased to add a property of this quality to our expanding portfolio of hotels in Canada,” said Michael George, founder and CEO of Crescent Hotels & Resorts. “The Westin Prince Toronto features a resort-like atmosphere with great cuisine and amenities that appeal to both the business and leisure traveler.”

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The hotel offers a variety of on-site dining options. Seasons at the Prince, located adjacent to the hotel lobby, offers casual, American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The 900 Lounge, also located off the hotel lobby, offers a lighter fare from lunch until late night as well as a tempting selection of beers, wine and cocktails. Guests can enjoy authentic Japanese cuisine in an elegant atmosphere at Katsura or sample modern Persian cuisine at Gilaneh, both located on the hotel grounds.

The hotel also offers the WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio; a seasonal, outdoor heated pool; jogging trails; golf courses; a business center and more.

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