Free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast and a welcome for pets make Comfort Inn Thunder Bay a good choice for our guests traveling with their four-legged friends. Each of the two-story hotel's 80 rooms comes with a coffeemaker, desk, free Wi-Fi and cable TV with pay movies. Non-smoking rooms are available. Guests start the day with a free continental breakfast and free weekday newspaper. The hotel also provides business services, a news stand, valet dry cleaning and parking. Up to four pets per room are welcome. Located on Highway 61 less than two miles from Thunder Bay International Airport, this Comfort Inn is a 12-block walk from Arthur Street Marketplace and Thunder Bay Mall. Take a trip to the past to see how early settlers lived at Fort William Historical Park, five miles away. Mount McKay, offering views of the harbor and mountains, is a six-mile drive. Chippewa Park on Lake Superior is less than 20 minutes away; and a 20-minute drive in the opposite direction takes you to Centennial Park via the Terry Fox Memorial and Scenic Lookout. Kakabeka Falls in Kakabeka Provincial Park is a popular attraction and a scenic half-hour drive away. Close proximity to the airport and easy access to the Thunder Bay Expressway are big draws at Comfort Inn Thunder Bay, where comfortable rooms and a nice bundle of freebies are also welcome perks.
Restaurants, shopping and business within walking distance. Convenient to numerous outdoor activities.
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