The former Waterfront Hotel Downtown Windsor has been rebranded as Best Western PLUS Waterfront Hotel.
“We are pleased to have completed significant hotel upgrades to guestrooms and all public areas and to welcome Best Western PLUS, a new brand to Vrancor Group’s portfolio,” said Darko Vranich, CEO and president, Vrancor Group and co-owner of Best Western PLUS Waterfront Hotel. “It’s exciting to become part of the biggest hotel family in the world, with more than 4,100 hotels in more than 100 countries worldwide.”
“The changes we have made can be felt from the moment you arrive and are designed to enhance our guests’ experience” said Shmuel Farhi, president, Farhi Holdings Corporation and co-owner of Best Western PLUS Waterfront Hotel. “The welcome and support from Best Western has been outstanding”.
The property’s features and amenities include:
♦ a new contemporary lobby with fireplace and ample seating
♦ 10,000 square feet of meeting space
♦ two hospitality rooms
♦ mini-refrigerators, 42″ LCD flat-screen TVs and pod coffee and tea makers in all the guestrooms
♦ fitness centre, large salt water pool and laundry service
♦ spacious work desks in guestrooms
♦ complimentary upgraded WiFi throughout the property
♦ new lobby-level, 24-hour business centre
The property also offers excellent views of the Detroit River and skyline from every guestroom and is the anchor hotel to St. Clair Centre for the Arts, with combined banquet and exceptional meeting space of over 31,000 square feet plus the 1,200 seat Chrysler Theatre.
The southernmost city in Canada, Windsor, Ontario, has a population of 211,000 and is home to Windsor International Airport. It also offers one of Canada’s largest casinos, a well established wine region in nearby Essex County, the new Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre, and easy access to Detroit, Michigan.