Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport,  which is owned and operated by Manga Hotels, has reopened following a $20m renovation.

Located close to Highway 401 and 427, the 12-storey, 528-room hotel is strategically located to welcome travelers flying through Toronto Pearson Airport and visiting the Toronto region.

Crowne Plaza’s renovations include external façade enhancements, lobby restructuring,  renovated pool, redesigned guest rooms, addition of modern equipment in the workout gym.

Crowne Plaza also provides an executive floor for additional guest privacy on the upper levels.

Among the other highlights include an indoor swimming pool; a 4,500 Algonquin ballroom with theatrical lighting, digital screens and web camera for virtual calls; and a 200-capacity dining area and bar called The Cannery Kitchen & Social outlet run by award-winning chef Tony Fernandes.

Manga Hotels president Sukhdev Toor said: “The hotel is one of the largest airport hotels in the market and now, the most modern. The renovation and undertaking of this new look and design was extensive and the results are amazing. Our experience working with airport markets will continue to allow us to provide the very best services and faculties to our guests.”

A part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) family, Crowne Plaza’s promise of hygiene post-COVID now features superior cleaning technologies developed by IHG with Ecolab and Diversey. This is supported by new Covid-19 protocols developed with the Cleveland Clinic, to reassure its guest of the safe possible stay away from home.