Manga Hotels renovates Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport

The 528-room Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport, which is owned and operated by Toronto-based Manga Hotels, has emerged from a $20 million renovation.

Manga Hotels has invested in several following renovations to the 12-story property:  

  • Design and structural enhancements to the external façade, a rebuild of the lobby with gray and gold lighting fixtures, a grab-and-go marketplace, a modern fireplace and a new business center. 
  • All 528 guestrooms and bathrooms were redesigned with a color palette of gold, gray and whites. Half of the hotel’s room inventory offers king-sized beds with walk-in showers. 
  • The hotel has an executive floor on the upper levels of the hotel for added privacy.  
  • Chef Tony Fernandes’ Cannery Kitchen & Social outlet in the hotel includes an updated dining area, bar and social area with seating for 200 guests. 
  • The 1,000-square-foot gym has updated workout equipment from the Life Fitness brand, including Bluetooth speakers. The hotel’s indoor pool was also renovated. 
  • The 4,500-square feet Algonquin Ballroom and meeting spaces now have updated audiovisual equipment such as digital screens, surround sound audio, a web camera for virtual calls and theatrical lighting. The property has 12,000 square feet of total function meeting space.

“The hotel is one of the largest airport hotels in the market and now, the most modern,” said Sukhdev Toor, president of Manga Hotels. “The renovation and undertaking of this new look and design was extensive and the results are amazing.”

Manga Hotels currently operates 18 hotels in the Greater Toronto area; Halifax, Nova Scotia; St. John’s, Newfoundland; and Buffalo, N.Y.; as well as 12 affiliated restaurants.