Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Markham hosts ribbon cutting

Left to right: Jeff Cury, senior director, development (Canada), Hilton Worldwide; Nathan Bramlett, Hampton brand performance support, Hilton Worldwide; Colleen Curran-Fotopoulos, sales manager, Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Toronto-Markham; Hon. Michael Chan, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade; Mayor Frank Scarpitti, City of Markham; Dinesh Patel, director, HDBB Investments Inc.; Bhulesh Lodhia (with grandson Shivai), president, JM Hospitality Inc.; Chuck Lodhia, vice-president, JM Hospitality Inc..

Left to right: Jeff Cury, senior director, development (Canada), Hilton Worldwide; Nathan Bramlett, Hampton brand performance support, Hilton Worldwide; Colleen Curran-Fotopoulos, sales manager, Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Toronto-Markham; Hon. Michael Chan, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade; Mayor Frank Scarpitti, City of Markham; Dinesh Patel, director, HDBB Investments Inc.; Bhulesh Lodhia (with grandson Shivai), president, JM Hospitality Inc.; Chuck Lodhia, vice-president, JM Hospitality Inc..

TORONTO—Government officials, Hilton Worldwide executives and employees of the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Toronto Markham gathered for the Nov. 12 official ribbon cutting ceremony at the 99-room property located in Markham, ON, north of Toronto.

Owned and managed by JM Hospitality, the Markham property soft-launched on Aug. 28 and is the fourth Hampton hotel in the Toronto market.

Guestrooms feature a microwave, refrigerator, 42-inch flat-screen TV and signature Hampton bed. Also available are suites offering additional space and a sleeper sofa. Other amenities include Hampton’s Perfect Mix Lobby that’s designed as an extension of the guestroom offering a variety of seating and lighting options for both leisure and business travelers.

The property is centrally located off Highways 7, 404 and 407 and within 30 minutes of both Lester B. Pearson International Airport and Toronto Island Airport. Business travelers visiting the area are a short distance from a number of major corporations including American Express, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Allstate Insurance and Hewlett Packard.

Leisure travelers will appreciate the many local attractions including family entertainment at the Ontario Science Centre and Toronto Zoo, professional sports at the Air Canada Centre, and shopping and dining opportunities at the Markville Mall.