Easton’s unveils Westin Toronto Airport renovation

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TORONTO — The Easton’s Group of Hotels unveiled on May 24 the $10 million renovation and renaming of The Westin Toronto Airport.

The renovation updated all guestrooms and suites and the property’s on-site restaurants, Crosswinds Restaurant & Bar and Atmosphere Restaurant. The refresh also updated meeting spaces and modernized the lobby space.

“We are very proud of The Westin Toronto Airport’s transformation. While many guests may have stayed with us in the past, now is a great time to experience the revitalized experience. This impressive project provides our guests with amenities and offerings that will appeal to every aspect of their experience with us, from business to leisure and everything in between,” said Dr. Steve Gupta in a release.

The guestroom refresh added Westin’s Heavenly Bed and Heavenly Bath experience, and light fixtures outfitted with device-charging USB ports. 

The revitalized lobby features a ‘Westin Haven’ community worktable, plus computers and a printer. The hotel’s 20,000 square feet of meeting space were also modernized.

Crosswinds Lounge & Bar serves signature dishes incorporated into small plates and shareable items, complemented by cocktails.

Atmosphere Restaurant offers a menu geared toward a healthy lifestyle, including SuperFoodsRx dishes and juices and smoothies served at Westin Fresh by the Juicery. A new lobby-level Starbucks offers express coffee and a grab-and-go stand serving hot and cold beverages, pastries and light snacks.

Located adjacent to Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, with a 24-hour complimentary shuttle, the hotel is 25 minutes from Toronto’s downtown core.