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    New Hotel Projects Remain Robust

      Tourism is steadily improving in Canada as both domestic and foreign travellers support a much-needed recovery back to pre-pandemic levels. With hotel occupancies inching up in 2022, hotel construction projects in Canada have never been higher – another positive sign that the hospitality market is rebounding. According to industry analysts Lodging Econometrics (LE), the forecast is for Canada’s hotel construction pipeline to remain strong throughout 2023 despite recent interest rate increases. The top cities in Canada for hotel construction at…

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    Paradox Hotel Vancouver Opens in April

      Paradox Hotel Vancouver has opened in downtown Vancouver. The 147 room hotel is the flagship location for Paradox Hotel Group, a global hotel and hospitality brand with locations worldwide. The hotel is a rebranding of the former Trump International Hotel & Tower at 1161 West Georgia street and features seven event venues totalling 15,000 sq.ft.; a 3,982 sq.ft. wrap-around terrace; indoor pool and walk-out whirlpool; a fitness centre and 3,000 sq.ft. spa facility. “We have always wanted to consolidate our…

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  • What it’s Like to Open a Hotel during the Pandemic

    Despite the COVID-19 crisis and the impact it’s had on Canada’s hospitality and travel industries, several brave brands have forged ahead with ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new hotels. This includes Vancouver-based Northland Properties Corp., which opened not one but two hotels last month, though the celebratory occasions were more low-key. On Sept. 8, the company introduced its first Signature-branded hotel, Sandman Signature Saskatoon South Hotel, in Saskatchewan. On the same day, Atlantic Canada welcomed the Sutton Place Hotel Halifax. “We are…

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