Marriott International’s Sheraton Hotels & Resorts has unveiled its new modernised design look with the extensive renovations at three Canadian flagship hotels.

The three properties include Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport and Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel.

The renovations aim to create more community-fluid spaces to provide intuitive and holistic experience to the guests.

The refurbished 484-room Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport now features new technology, design and style.

Total cost of the property’s two-year transformation is estimated to be $30m. It features remodelled guest rooms and suites, a swimming pool, a 24-hour fitness room, Sheraton Club lounge, new meeting spaces and Peloton studio.

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts global brand leader Amanda Nichols said: “This marks another significant moment for Sheraton as our new vision arrives in Canada and continues to build momentum for our transformation journey around the world.”

Located in Montreal, the newly renovated Le Centre Sheraton Hotel has completed the renovation of its 825 guest rooms and suites.

After the renovation, the new rooms and suites in the hotel now have well-lit bright space along with new tools for productivity, including integrated power and charging and a height-adjustable worktable.

The hotel also features a Sheraton Club on the 37th floor of the hotel and is expected to reopen next month.

Besides, the hotel offers indoor lap pool, jacuzzi, spa and a 24-hour fitness centre.

Further, the brand has reimagined the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel that completed the first phase of renovation in October 2021.

Slated to re-open in summer this year, the hotel renovation plan includes three phases.

Under the first phase, the hotel received a new Sheraton Club on the 43rd floor, premium 15,000ft² gathering space, enhanced connectivity and other premium amenities.

The second phase will see the opening of new food and beverage outlets and the 43 Down restaurant, offering locally inspired flavours from Toronto.

The third and the last phase is expected to begin later this year and it covers public spaces, tech-enabled studios, indoor/outdoor heated pool.

By the end of next year, the brand expects to complete the transformation of six hotels in the country.