Delta Hotels and Resorts announced that the Delta Ottawa City Centre has officially completed its multi-million dollar renovation. The newly transformed hotel will display the hotel’s public spaces, newly designed guestrooms and showcases Delta Hotels and Resorts reinvigorated brand through modern design and innovations.
“This renovation represents a transformation for the Delta Ottawa City Centre and a sign of things to come for the entire Delta Hotels and Resorts brand as a whole,” said Ken Greene, President & CEO, Delta Hotels and Resorts. “The renovation signals the launch of a reinvigorated brand that will be reflected philosophically and structurally throughout Delta properties across Canada. I look forward to having these new designs and guest offerings introduced at all of our hotels over the next few years.”
One of the many great things I’m very excited about this refresh look from Delta Ottawa City Centre are the beds of course which will showcases 410 ModeRoom™ guest rooms and suites, a completely redesigned lobby with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide ample natural light; the creation of an open space business area featuring a series of interactive, fully connected work hubs and lounge areas; and 26,000 square feet of newly revamped meeting and conference space including a 10,000-square-foot ballroom, which is one of the largest in the city. The Delta Ottawa City Centre is also now home to LIFT, a new full service restaurant and lounge.
The renovation is meant to launch a “reinvigorated” brand for the chain, which has 43 hotels and resorts across Canada. The showpiece will be a 45-storey hotel to be built in Toronto called Delta Toronto to open in 2014.
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