The Omni King Edward Hotel Invites SugarPop Rentals

The King Edward Hotel was designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb and Toronto architect E.J. Lennox for developer George Gooderham's Toronto Hotel Company, and was granted its name by namesake King Edward VII.[1] The structure opened in 1903 with 400 rooms and 300 baths and claimed to be entirely fireproof. Today Omni owns the King Edwards Hotel. We had the pleasure to serve at the hotel during one of their functions. SugarPop was invited to organize a carnival themed break. Whenever the quests came out from their presentation, they came out to the sweet aromas of freshly popped popcorn, spun cotton candy and chilly Sno Cones. The experience was a delight both to their eyes and taste buds. SugarPop Cotton Candy / Popcorn 31  SugarPop Cotton Candy / Popcorn 24  SugarPop Cotton Candy / Popcorn 25  SugarPop Cotton Candy / Popcorn 27  SugarPop Cotton Candy / Popcorn 28 We look forward to do another event at the King Edward Hotel, the beautiful decorations, the amazing staff and the great ambiance was something we will never forget. We do over 200 annual events. This event will be one event we will never forget. On behalf of SugarPop Rentals, thank you for your invitation.

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