Hotel Equities to manage the Westin Prince Toronto

The Westin Prince Toronto employs more than 400 employees. Photo credit: Marriott International

Atlanta-based hotel owner, operator and developer, Hotel Equities has been selected as the management firm for the 394-room Westin Prince Toronto. The resort-style hotel is located at 900 York Mills Road in North York and offers 28,000 square feet of event space. The ownership group invested in a renovation including guestrooms and public spaces, which are expected to be completed in the summer of 2019.

“I’m proud to announce the addition of this beautiful hotel to our portfolio,” Joe Reardon, chief development officer for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “We [Hotel Equities] are celebrating our 30th anniversary this year and are thrilled to help kick-off the celebration with further growth into the luxury category with this four-diamond resort. The landmark hotel was built to the highest standards.”

The Westin offers oversized guestrooms and suites, high speed Wi-Fi and Heavenly Beds. The resort employs more than 400 team members.

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“Our entire team is honored to partner with and support the associates at the Westin Prince, Toronto,” Bryan DeCort, SVP of operations for Hotel Equities, said in a statement. “Hotel Equities’ accelerated growth in Canada allows us to scale our best-in-class service delivery and performance results to provide immediate impact for our owners.”

The hotel offers guests two on-site restaurant options, a heated outdoor pool, on-site tennis courts and the WestinWorkout Fitness Studio.

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