The much-anticipated Delta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay opens its doors today, featuring 149 premium guest rooms and suites – many with sweeping views of the city’s famed Sleeping Giant. Located waterfront in Prince Arthur’s Landing, Delta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay is the first 4-star hotel in the area.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay is a full-service property designed by MacKay Wong, boasting simple lines and contemporary design. The guest rooms are fully equipped with pillowtop mattresses, oversized chairs with work desks, complimentary high-speed wireless internet and 49-inch Smart TVs. Additionally, most rooms offer floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Entertainment District or Lake Superior.
The hotel’s onsite restaurant, Anchor and Ore pays homage to Thunder Bay’s long history of shipping and natural mining. Under the direction of Executive Chef Winni Tsang, Anchor and Ore offers local twists on classic North American cuisine. The 140-seat restaurant also features an expansive outdoor terrace with stunning waterfront views and will be a welcome refuge after a long work day or concert at Festival Area.
With over 6,500 square feet of flexible event space, Delta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay is the ideal location for corporate meetings, weddings or social gatherings. Divisible into four separate sections, the Superior Ballroom is one of the city’s largest event spaces at 5,541 square feet and features a light-filled pre-function area. For smaller meetings or intimate events, the Kakabeka and Cascades boardrooms feature state of the art A/V equipment, complimentary wireless internet and unimpeded lake views.
Only steps from the hotel or a short drive away, guests will find some of the city’s most popular attractions and landmarks. Whether it’s sailing Lake Superior, hiking in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, discovering hidden gems at the Amethyst Mine Panorama or enjoying the exhilarating adventures of Eagle Canyon, Delta Hotels by Marriott Thunder Bay is the perfect vantage point from which to explore the biggest city on the biggest lake.