Pomeroy's new brand and Kananaskis acquisition

Pomeroy Lodging made the news twice in less than one month by unveiling a new brand, Hotello, in Vegreville, Alta. and buying the Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, Alta.

Hotello in Vegreville, Alta.

Hotello in Vegreville, Alta.

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta. — Pomeroy Lodging made the news twice in less than one month by unveiling a new brand, Hotello, in Vegreville, Alta. and buying the Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, Alta.

Hotello opened its first location Oct. 1 in
Vegreville, Alta. It provides a stylish modern experience for tech-savvy travellers who want make the most
of their budget.

“At Pomeroy Lodging, we are invested in meeting the varied needs of our guests, and we’re proud to open Hotello to
serve today’s traveller who is looking for a minimalist hotel that offers a maximized experience,” said president Ryan
Pomeroy.

Hotello Vegreville has 83 guestrooms, 24-hour laundry and fitness facilities including a pool and hot tub, and over 20
Mbps high-speed internet. The Media Hub has USB, Bluetooth, and HDMI ports to allow guests to recharge today’s
devices, connect with family and friends, communicate with business associates, or enjoy their own music and
entertainment. Hotello offers luxury linens, around-the-clock services, and is pet-friendly. It also offers guests a
space to relax and socialize in with a comfortable common area complete with a self-serve gourmet coffee machine.

Hotello rooms have been decorated with elements to reflect the town it is
located in. Vegreville is rooted in the prairie region, this first Hotello’s decor features warm, earthy colours and
natural imagery. 

In mid- September Pomeroy Lodging finalized its deal to purchase the Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, and announced that it intends to invest
approximately $26M to execute a renovation and transform the property in stages
over the next 24 months into a leading 4-star conference and destination resort
within the region.  The launch of the
renovated resort is expected to be complete by the end of 2017.  

“We are confident the repositioned facility
will drive tourism to the region and increase Alberta’s competitive stock of
large conference facilities, and we anxiously await a decision on the future of
the Kananaskis Golf Course”, said President Ryan Pomeroy.

The landmark Resort has a storied history; built
in 1986 by Canadian Pacific hotels for the 1988 Olympics with Alpine events
held at Nakiska Ski Area.  Host hotel of
the 28th G8 Summit in June 2002, the Resort has Extensive Facilities and
Amenities, including 412 guestrooms, 36,000 square feet of conference and event
space, six Food & Beverage outlets, a health club and spa, retail units, on
site staff accommodation and underground parking.

Pomeroy Lodging LP is Western Canada’s leader in providing hospitality and lodging services in secondary and tertiary markets.