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Hospitality | Atlantic Canada

Holman Grand Hotel

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

The Holman Grand Hotel was a part of a Confederation Court Complex revitalization project which included an 80-room boutique hotel, 6-storey office tower recladding, mall renovation and historic renovation. The hotel includes 80 guest rooms and suites, penthouse suites, meeting rooms, indoor pool, hot tub and fitness centre and full service restaurant and bar.

Project design was influenced by the historic nature of the site and a desire to incorporate design features that reflected many of the unique features of the Prince Edward Island landscape. The indigenous use of clay brick masonry at the streetscape accents the sites historic significance, while the interior reflects the island’s personality with light woods and accents of marine blue, moss green and rust red (reminiscent of the island’s red sand beaches).