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Students from the 50-member strong Hotel Association of Canada student chapter at University of Guelph toured the Delta Toronto and Sheraton Centre and attended the HAC national conference held recently.
Twenty-two students participated, according to Nabila Norizan, president of the Guelph student chapter.
“The HAC Toronto Hotel Tour was a huge success once again!” Norizan told CLN in an email. “On Friday, January 30th, 22 HAC-UOG members went to Toronto for a tour of two hotel properties: the Delta and the Sheraton Centre.
“Students were able to see the vital aspects that are required to build a brand new hotel, as well as observe the outcome of renovations. Our aim in this trip was to bring the content that students learn in class to real-life situations.
“By visiting the recently opened Delta, we were exposed to the true depth of knowledge and planning that is required to undertake the task of building a property from the ground up.
“In the Sheraton Centre, we received first hand experience as to what occurs in a property that is undergoing renovations.
“As always, students were also given the opportunity to network with industry professionals and continue to build meaningful relationships.”
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