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Marriott is making a sizable investment in a handful of properties in Canada.
The hotel chain is modernizing 3 Canadian Sheraton properties — 1 in Montréal and 2 in Toronto — as travel rebounds during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s everything you need to know about Marriott’s Sheraton upgrades in Canada!
Marriott Updates Sheraton Properties in Montréal and Toronto
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts is part of the Marriott International family, under the chain’s “Classic Premium” umbrella. Sheraton operates 435 hotels in more than 70 countries, and the hotels participate in the Marriott Bonvoy program.
Marriott announced on April 12 that 3 Sheraton hotels in Canada were being updated and would receive a “new look.”
The 3 updated hotels are:
- Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport
- Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
- Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel
All 3 properties participate in the Marriott Bonvoy, with nightly award rates in May starting at 34,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for the Sheraton Gateway Hotel, 33,000 points for the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, and 31,000 points for Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel.
Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport
The Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport underwent a whopping $30 million makeover and has “completely remodeled” guest rooms and suites.
The nearly 500-room property, the only hotel directly connected to Toronto Airport (YYZ), features a Sheraton Club lounge, swimming pool, 24-hour fitness room, Peloton studio, and updated meeting spaces.
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel has been updated in phases, with the 43rd floor Sheraton Club reopening to Marriott Bonvoy elites back in October.
The hotel recently opened a restaurant serving as a hybrid grab-and-go during the day and a lobby bar in the evenings, and a “beverage-forward” restaurant will also open this spring. Additionally, the hotel’s indoor/outdoor heated pool is expected to reopen to guests this summer.
Le Centre Sheraton Montreal Hotel
Finally, the only Montréal hotel on the list is the Le Centre Sheraton Montreal, which offers 825 newly renovated guest rooms and suites.
Marriott said this hotel is designed for productivity, with room features such as a height-adjustable work table and layered lighting. The hotel’s Sheraton Club is expected to reopen next month, but for now, guests can take advantage of a sixth-floor terrace, indoor pool, and 24-hour fitness center.
Sheraton’s Future in Canada and Across the Globe
“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,” said Amanda Nichols, Sheraton Hotels & Resort’s Global Brand Leader, in a statement.
“We have long been part of the social fabric of communities across Canada, and as travel resumes, we look forward to welcoming guests into this exciting new chapter for Sheraton,” Nichols continued.
Additionally, Marriott says 50 new Sheraton hotels are expected to be completed by the end of the year.
It’s good news to see Marriott updating a few Canadian Sheraton properties, one of the chain’s more premium brands. Luckily, all of the hotels are part of the Marriott Bonvoy program, so if you find yourself in Toronto or Montréal, you now have 3 updated hotel options!
Featured Image Credit: Marriott
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