Microtel breaks ground in Bonnyville, AB

Far left: Donna Fahey, director of sales and marketing, MasterBUILT Hotels; sixth from left: David Bengert, VP, construction, MasterBUILT Hotels; tenth from left: Mayor Gene Sobolewski, Town of Bonnyville.

Far left: Donna Fahey, director of sales and marketing, MasterBUILT Hotels; sixth from left: David Bengert, VP, construction, MasterBUILT Hotels; tenth from left: Mayor Gene Sobolewski, Town of Bonnyville.

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CALGARY—The MasterBUILT Hotels team, along with the mayor of Bonnyville, AB and members of the town’s council and staff, gathered on Dec. 10 to mark the grounbreaking on a new build, prototypical, 87-room Microtel Inn & Suites in the east-central Alberta town.

Scheduled to open in late 2015, the Bonnyville Microtel will bring the number of open and operating Microtel locations to four in Alberta, two in BC, three in Saskatchewan and three in Ontario.  

Located in the new $13 million East Gate Development project, the hotel will feature meeting space, a fitness centre and business centre and complimentary hot breakfast.

“The timing is right with the economic growth and development that Bonnyville is experiencing,” chief operating officer Eric Watson said in a release.