OPENINGS, SALES AND RENOS update as of July 17, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn, Fredericton opens Aug. 22. Raise a glass to Coast Oliver Hotel. Copper Point Resort sold by Colliers. Flower & Wolf opens at Sheraton Calgary Eau Claire. Sunray buys Delta Toronto East and Development Lands.

Hilton Garden Inn, Fredericton opens Aug. 22

FREDERICTON, N.B. — Construction is almost complete for the new 110-room Hilton Garden Inn, which will be connected via indoor pedway to the Fredericton Convention Centre. The hotel will open on Aug. 22 with the Celine Bertin as general manager.

The Hilton Garden Inn will include a restaurant, lounge, fitness centre and sauna. The hotel is located in the heart of the historic downtown, and just steps from more than 85 km of riverside trails.

This Hilton Garden Inn features complimentary WI-Fi and a 24-hour business centre, complimentary fitness centre and a full-service restaurant on the property.

The hotel also has accessible rooms with special features for easier mobility. Each room includes Internet access, two telephones with two lines and data port, microwave, refrigerator and coffeemaker. The Garden Sleep System bed provides the perfect balance between comfort and support. The work area is comfortable and convenient and includes an ergonomic Mirra Chair by Herman Miller and desk level electrical outlets. The rooms also feature HDTV’s with premium channels, iron and ironing board and alarm clock with an MP3 jack.

This development will bring the total guestrooms available in Fredericton to almost 2,000, including the Crowne Plaza (across the street) and Delta Fredericton (a few minutes away), along with many other properties.

Raise a glass to Coast Oliver Hotel

OLIVER, B.C. — Coast Hotels’ newest destination is in the
heart of the famed Okanagan Wine Country. Raise a glass to the latest location
– the Coast Oliver Hotel.

Mundi Hotel Enterprises, Inc. owns the
83-room property and the general manager is Muhammad Mian. The hotel opened on
July 6.

Oliver, known as the Wine Capital of Canada,
boasts over 30 wineries – most are less than 20 minutes driving time from the Coast
Oliver Hotel. Within walking distance, are four parks and a recreation
centre with plenty of activities for all seasons, for all ages. This friendly
town is home to many festivals including the Festival of the Grape, Roots &
Fruits, Art Walk and more. The Coast Oliver Hotel is located just 45
minutes away from Baldy Mountain Resort — great for a winter getaway.

“Enjoy the
refreshing stays Coast Hotels is known for including comfortable accommodations
with triple-sheeted beds, free in-room high-speed Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, and
in-room Starbucks,” the company said in a release. “Plus, each room offers a mini-fridge
and microwave. Bring Fido and you can both rest your paws in one of our pet
friendly rooms!”

Copper Point Resort sold by Colliers

International Hotels, as exclusive advisor to Edmonton-based Rohit Group of
Companies, is pleased to announce the 100 per cent interest sale of the 203-key
Copper Point Resort located in Invermere, B.C., to a partnership comprised of
Jasper Inn Investments Ltd., BDK Properties Ltd., and JLS Investments Inc.

The offering
provided an opportunity to acquire this well-constructed luxury
resort located on over six acres in the Columbia Valley on the edge of the
Rocky Mountains that divide Alberta and B.C., a one-hour drive from the
provincial border and just south of Banff National Park.

Sunray buys Delta Toronto East + Development Lands

International Hotels is pleased to announce the successful sale of the 366-key
full-service Delta Toronto East and Development Lands, situated on an
approximately 6.9-acre site. Colliers was retained by KPMG Inc., in its
capacity as court appointed liquidator of Tarn Financial Corporation. The
property was purchased by Sunray Group, which has a growing collection of
nearly 40 hotels in Eastern Canada.

Flower & Wolf opens at Sheraton Calgary Eau Claire

CALGARY — The newest Flower & Wolf franchise
located at the Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire is now open.  The unit
marks the launch of the Flower & Wolf brand, situated in the downtown core
of Calgary.

“I would like to personally congratulate our
franchisees InnVest, as well as the Flower & Wolf team on this exciting achievement,”
said Jeff Young, chief development officer at Monarch and Misfits, which owns
the franchise.  “From all of us at Fortunate Fox Holdings Inc., we are
truly delighted to bring the Flower & Wolf to the community.”

Refining the traditional pub, the Flower &
Wolf is a hip gastropub that offers a familiar yet refreshing experience,
putting guests at ease while piquing their curiosity to stay and explore.  They have created an elevated pub menu by making everything from scratch and pairing
it with a large selection of local craft beers and cocktails.

“This recent store opening reinforces our position as the market leader in the upscale pub segment,” said Young.  “As one of Canada’s best in class brands, we are seeking to expand with passionate, high calibre individuals to become franchise partners and share in our success.” 

Monarch and Misfits recently opened the Fortunate Fox, an evolution of the Fox & Fiddle brand, at the Kimpton St. George in Toronto.