Downtown accommodations offer more than great views

Stay on or near the Thunder Bay waterfront

In addition to being well-known for its proximity to epic outdoor adventures, Thunder Bay has gained a reputation over the years for its live music, art and culinary scenes. On your next visit to Thunder Bay in one of the brand-new accommodation options steps away from award-winning restaurants, exciting music venues, multiple art galleries and breathtaking views of Lake Superior.

Delta Hotels - Thunder Bay

The only 4-star property in Thunder Bay, Delta Hotels – Thunder Bay is the newest property in Thunder Bay and the only property actually on the waterfront. Featuring valet parking and 24 hour fitness centre, the Delta Hotel – Thunder Bay is also home to Anchor & Ore, an upscale eatery offering a gastropub menu crafted with local ingredients. Enjoy your meal while ship watching through the floor to ceiling windows in the restaurant or get some sun on the fantastic outdoor patio.

Courthouse Hotel

The aptly-named Courthouse Hotel was developed in a fully-updated and renovated, historic property – the Thunder Bay Superior Court of Justice. This boutique property offers exceptional views from its spot up on the hill and provides guests with the opportunity to stay in a historic property while enjoying all the modern comforts and amenities found in a quality boutique hotel.

Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel

While it isn’t exactly a “new” property (it was built and has been in operation since 1911), the Prince Arthur Waterfront Hotel has undergone an extensive renovation within the last year. Stay in an updated room or suite and enjoy breakfast in the in-house Portside Restaurant.

The Haven Hostel

Travellers on a budget or just those looking for something unique should check out the Haven Hostel – Thunder Bay’s only boutique hostel. Buy groceries and cook in the kitchen, meet travellers and new friends form around the world. Park you bikes (including motorcycles) in the secure garage.

Start planning your next Thunder Bay adventure today! The convenience of these properties will allow you to easily explore the waterfront district on foot – eat, shop, adventure.

About Stephanie Reid

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Stephanie is a content creator and media specialist and has a true appreciation for Northern Ontario and all of its many offerings and attractions.

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