First Best Western Premier in Toronto

TORONTO — Best Western Hotels & Resorts has announced the debut of the Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel. This is the first Best Western Premier hotel in Toronto and the fourth in Canada. 

Best Western Premier Hotels feature deluxe accommodations and amenities with an upscale, redefined experience. This hotel reflects the changing tastes in hospitality moving away from a traditional focus on consistency to offering different amenities and unique local experiences.

“We are excited for the Best Western Premier Toronto Airport Carlingview Hotel to be the first Premier Hotel to serve the Toronto market,” said Roshan Jainudeen, general manager. “This hotel is an oasis within a bustling metropolitan area and offers comfortable, yet sophisticated accommodations that will meet an array of travelers’ varying needs.”

This will be the only property in the Toronto airport area to offer a steam room, sauna, whirlpool and indoor heated lap pool along with a 24 hour fitness centre. The hotel was formerly a Hotel Indigo.

Many of today’s travellers prefer working in the lobby rather than their rooms and this full service property has designed its lobby to be spacious and accommodating with plenty of seating, easily accessible electrical outlets, reliable high speed Wi-Fi and an open concept business centre. Guests can also enjoy complimentary coffee while they work, network or relax in the lobby.

The hotel’s trendy lobby lounge flows into a bar and restaurant, which is designed to be a fun place for guests to enjoy great company over cocktails, breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Located close to the Toronto airport and large convention centres, the hotel offers park and fly accommodation packages as well as multiple event spaces for meetings, tradeshows or holiday parties. 

Guest rooms include microwaves, mini refrigerators and Keurig coffee makers in every room. The hotel also offers a frozen foods section in the lobby snack bar for that midnight snack before or after a late night red eye flight.