The Victoria Intercontinental Airport is examining a pitch for a lodge on its residence — which could provide additional facilities to travellers and improve the airport authority’s revenue foundation.
The developer, Kothari Group, is proposing a 129-place Marriott hotel on the jap edge of the airport residence at Beacon Avenue West and Stirling Way.
The resort growth organization would operate the resort, partnering with Marriott to launch TownePlace Suites.
“We see the addition of a lodge at this place as a rational in shape and a terrific new amenity for the airport and community, mentioned Victoria Airport Authority president and CEO Geoff Dickson in a assertion Thursday.
The Victoria Airport Authority says its revenues have been “radically” influenced by the pandemic and this task would enable diversify its earnings foundation.
The critique approach will include things like responses from W̱SÁNEĆ leadership, associates of the public, and the Town of Sidney’s staff and council.
If accredited, building could get started in early 2023 and is would just take up to two a long time to complete.
The hotel is developed to involve a swimming pool, fitness middle, 1,500-sq.-feet of assembly space and a restaurant.
“It is pretty constructive to see Sidney continues to be a appealing put for corporations to make investments,” claimed Sidney Mayor Cliff McNeil-Smith.
“The present partnership in between the City of Sidney, Victoria Airport Authority, and District of North Saanich to realign Stirling Road and create a roundabout on Beacon Avenue West supports ongoing expansion in this region,” he extra. “I appear ahead to viewing this appear to council in the coming months.”
The airport has set up storyboards detailing the venture in its arrivals rotunda. You can also review the ideas on the Victoria Global Airport web page.