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The Langham Hospitality Group, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Great Eagle Holdings Limited, has announced that the former Delta Chelsea will be officially re-branded Eaton Chelsea, Toronto starting July 1, 2013. In its repositioning, the hotel will be the first of its kind in Canada and joins other Eaton Hotels located in Hong Kong, Shanghai and New Delhi. Brett Butcher, chief executive officer of Langham Hospitality Group, said: “Great Eagle Holdings has owned the hotel for almost two decades but the time is now right for the Langham Hospitality Group to assume management. It represents a tangible development for our company in North America as we are now represented in the U.S. market with properties in Boston and Pasadena, with new hotels opening in New York and Chicago this year.” Butcher continued: “To complement these hotels, we will now have a strong presence in Canada which is in line with the group’s financial commitment and long-term vision for the continent.” Eaton aims to surprise and delight guests with a value-for-money proposition that delivers a stylish, modern level of comfort with warm and welcoming service and an on-going commitment to sustainability. A multi-million dollar investment program for the hotel has already begun and includes beautifying the exterior, refurbishing the lobby and Market Garden Restaurant, and extensively upgrading the interiors of the banquet and meeting facilities. Josef Ebner, regional vice-president and managing director of Eaton Chelsea, Toronto, said: “We are very excited about the addition of Eaton Chelsea, Toronto to the Langham family. In repositioning to an Eaton brand that will include some significant renovations, we are excited to now share a design philosophy of smart, modern and uncomplicated interiors and an enthusiastic “can do” service culture which will set us apart from the competition in downtown Toronto.” Go to for further information.

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