|Industry||Hospitality, Hotels, Tourism|
|Founded||1962 in Richmond, BC|
|Number of locations||40 (Canada) |
|Products||city-center, airport and resort properties|
|Employees||Over 8,000 |
It is the only hotel company to have been recognized for its sustained focus on business excellence by the prestigious Excellence Canada with three Canada Awards for Excellence. The hospitality company has also consistently ranked as one of the country’s 50 Best Employers for 14 years, and has been named to the Green 30 since 2010. As well, its national sustainability program, Delta Greens is the most comprehensive and ambitious in the hospitality industry touching on every aspect of the hotel business. Delta’s Corporate Social Responsibility platform, Delta Helps, includes a chain-wide commitment to the communities it serves through a national partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada, participation in the Hotel Association of Canada’s Green Key Eco-Rating program, and work with various other charitable groups.
Delta was founded in 1962 in Richmond, British Columbia with a single 62-room motor inn called Delport Inn and expanded across British Columbia by 1970. It has locations in all 10 provinces. It has a staff of 7,000 employees and is under the leadership of CEO Kenneth Greene. Its global reservation centre is located in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Delta once had a hotel in the United States, the Delta Court of Flags Hotel, located in Orlando, Florida, however, it was closed sometime after 1996 and has subsequently been demolished. On October 2, 2007, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation announced that it had acquired Delta Hotels. The hotel chain was a 100% holding of Fairmont Hotels and Resorts from 1998 to 2007. Delta's corporate head office is at 77 King Street West (Toronto-Dominion Centre Royal Trust Tower).
Delta's specific branding includes the Delta Privilege rewards program and "Signature Club" executive floor rooms that feature extra amenities and included breakfast.
List of properties
Delta has 40 hotels and resort properties across the country (excluding Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory and Nunavut) including 8 in Ontario, 9 in British Columbia, 7 in Alberta, 5 in Quebec, 3 in New Brunswick, 2 in Nova Scotia, 2 in Saskatchewan and 1 each in Manitoba, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. New Delta hotels in Waterloo, Thunder Bay, Prince George, and Toronto's Southcore Financial Centre are under construction/development.
In December 2012 the company announced that effective July 1, 2013 it would be removing its brand from its largest property, the Delta Chelsea in Toronto, citing that the property no longer meets Delta's current standards. It plans to affix its brand to a new Toronto hotel in 2014.
- Delta Burnaby Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Grand Okanagan Resort & Conference Centre
- The Royal Private Residence Club
- Delta Vancouver Airport(effective 1 Nov 14, this hotel will not be operated by Delta)
- Delta Vancouver Suites
- Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa
- Delta Whistler Village Suites
- Tantalus Lodge
The Tantalus Lodge is not a Delta hotel (independently owned, but managed by Delta), but it uses the Delta reservation system. Therefore, the Delta Privilege program is not recognized at this location.
- Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge
- Delta Bow Valley
- Delta Calgary Airport
- Delta Calgary South
- Delta Edmonton Centre Suite Hotel
- Delta Edmonton South Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Lodge at Kananaskis
- Delta Winnipeg
- Delta Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Kingston Waterfront Hotel
- Delta London Armouries Hotel
- Delta Markham
- Delta Meadowvale Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Ottawa City Centre
- Delta Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront Hotel
- Delta Toronto Airport West, Mississauga (this hotel is no longer a Delta Property)
- Delta Toronto East, Scarborough
- Delta Toronto Southcore Financial Centre will open in 2014 replacing the former Delta Chelsea as the chain's Toronto flagship.
- Delta Montréal
- Delta Québec
- Delta Sherbrooke Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Trois Rivieres Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Saguenay Hotel & Conference Centre
- Delta Brunswick
- Delta Fredericton
- Delta Beauséjour, Moncton
Prince Edward Island
- Delta Prince Edward, Charlottetown
- Delta Barrington
- Delta Halifax
Newfoundland and Labrador
- Delta St. John's
- Delta Waterloo (early 2014)
- Delta Thunder Bay (2015)
- Delta Prince George (2015)
- Delta Chelsea, Toronto, Ontario 1982-2013
- Delta Orlando Resort, Orlando, Florida 1995-1999
- Delport Inn, Richmond, British Columbia 1962-?
- Delta Ottawa Hotel and Suites, Ottawa, Ontario ?-2011
- Delta Sydney, Sydney, Nova Scotia
- Delta Toronto Airport, Ontario ?-2014
- Delta Kitchener-Waterloo
- Delta Centre-Ville, Montreal, Quebec
- Delta Sun Peaks Resort and Residences
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