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The Westin Prince Hotel Rebrands to Pan Pacific Toronto

<em>Pan Pacific Hotels Group Expands Footprint in North America With Latest Addition in Toronto Pan Pacific Hotels Group photo<em><br><br><br><em><br><br><em>

Pan Pacific Hotels Group has added Toronto as its fifth hotel in North America with the rebranding of The Westin Prince Hotel to Pan Pacific Toronto. The other four Pan Pacific properties in North America are in Vancouver, Whistler in British Columbia and Seattle.

The Pan Pacific Toronto, located in North East Toronto, has a heritage of 45 years within the city. With 15 acres of parkland, the hotel has undergone a CAD15 million renovation this year giving it a refreshed look with renovated guestrooms and public areas.

<em>Pan Pacific Toronto Room Pan Pacific Hotels Group photo<em><br><br><br>

There are 409 well-appointed guest rooms and suites, with many overlooking the lush greenery surrounding the hotel and cityscape beyond.

Guests here can dine at Katsura Japanese restaurant with a sushi bar, traditional teppanyaki cooking tables and private tatami rooms. Seasons is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant.

There are also 30,000 sq ft of versatile meeting spaces including 18 meeting rooms and a ballroom which can accommodate 700 guests.

Other relaxation amenities include an outdoor heated pool, walking paths, a tennis court and a fitness centre with a whirlpool.

Toronto Pearson International Airport is a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Three of Toronto’s largest malls – Yorkdale Mall, Scarborough Town Centre and Fairview Mall , as well as the world-class Ontario Science Centre are a 15-minute drive from the hotel. Canada’s largest zoo and theme park, the Toronto Zoo and Canada’s Wonderland are within half an hour’s drive from the hotel.

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