Country overview: 68 hotels on the cards in Canada [Infographic]
While exploring the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database, our researchers have found dozens of exciting hotel schemes across Canada, especially in Toronto.
Our data indicates that 68 new hotels are in the pipeline in Canada, bringing 11,204 extra rooms into play. Here, we take a closer look at the details behind these impressive figures.
Canada’s hotel openings by year
29 hotels are due for completion in 2021, accounting for 5,094 new keys. And another 19 projects with 3,245 rooms are expected to be ready in 2022.
For 2023, only four launches are pencilled in right now, but more will probably be added to the development slate nearer the time. 16 more hotels are already being lined up for 2024 and beyond.
Of Canada’s 68 new hotels, the vast majority (51) will be in the four-star category. The remaining 17 will be in the five-star segment.
Top cities in terms of hotel openings
Toronto with its vast metropolitan area will get 13 new hotels with 2,336 rooms in the coming years.
Elsewhere, five properties with 761 keys are scheduled to go live in Vancouver, while four hotels will open in Niagara Falls. Ottawa and Kelowna will each celebrate three launches, with 788 and 433 keys respectively.
Hotel brands expanding in Canada
The upscale Hyatt Place flag will grow its presence in Canada by seven hotels and 1,000 rooms, our database reveals, making it the country’s most active brand by some distance.
Courtyard by Marriott and the Autograph Collection will also be busy, though, as they each want to expand their footprints by three new properties. The former’s looking to introduce 493 rooms, while the latter’s hoping to roll out 447 extra keys.
Canadian hotel projects you must know about
The new Andaz Toronto – Yorkville will occupy floors four through 16 of The One, a luxury mixed-use tower that’s in line to become Canada’s tallest building upon completion. 185 rooms and suites, more than 12,000 sq ft of event and conference space, several food-and-beverage experiences and a spa will all be available for guests to use. Mizrahi Developments expects the project to be finished by early 2022.
When it launches in 2024, meanwhile, the 146-key Hudson Toronto will be a marquee addition to Toronto’s bustling King West community, a vibrant entertainment and creative district. Surrounded by a lively art scene, glowing nightlife and buzzing entertainment venues, the hotel will feature premium culinary and nightlife experiences, including a rooftop restaurant, a signature restaurant, and a bar and café.
Nobu Residences Toronto by Madison Group and Nobu Hospitality is another exciting project happening in the city. Designated as a heritage site, the property’s base will retain the classic brick façade of the original Pilkington Glass Factory and Art Deco elements from the early 1900s. Rising above it will be two dramatic towers designed by Studio Munge, offering 120 exclusive residences. There’ll also be a Nobu Restaurant, as well as a Nobu Hotel at the top of the West Tower.
Many TOPHOTELNEWS articles draw on exclusive information from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database. This subscription-based product includes details of thousands of hotel projects around the world, along with the key decision-makers behind them. Please note, our data may differ from records held by other organisations. Generally, the database focuses on four- and five-star schemes of significant scale; tracks projects in either the vision, pre-planning, planning, under-construction, pre-opening or newly opened phase; and covers newbuilds, extensions, refurbishments and conversions.
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