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Aanii Boozhoo. Greetings and Welcome to the New Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre

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Family time facing the North Shore of Lake Huron Family time facing the North Shore of Lake Huron OTMPC

The Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre is a *new* and unique property located in the village of Little Current on Manitoulin Island. At first glance you'll notice the hotel's unique design, inspired by the history of the First Nations people of Manitoulin Island. Spend some time exploring the property, and you'll discover the beautiful cultural details.

Stop in for a visit, a meal, or a stay. Be welcomed to a wonderful space and a warm, cultural experience.

In the meantime, enjoy a photo tour of the hotel, restaurant and conference centre - www.manitoulinhotel.com.

GSCT signageA welcoming sight when you cross the Little Current swing bridge.

 

ManitoulinHotelCC9A modern take on traditional fire grounds.

 

ManitoulinHotelCC7Breakfast is served,

 

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There are 48 Traditional guest rooms in total.

 

ManitoulinHotelCC4All rooms are outfitted with amenities, inlcuding wireless internet.

 

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ManitoulinHotelCCThe restaurant, which is yet to be named, serves sumptuous meals every evening.

 

ManitoulinHotelCC5Cheers to a wonderful time.

Packages

Manitoulin Hotel & Conference Centre also offers packages in partnership with the Great Spirit Circle Trail team. Learn about the past, and enjoy first nations cultural experiences in the present. Most packages are available from May until October. For more information, or to book your package visit manitoulinhotel.com.

BannamickandBerriesMaking Bannamick & Berries

Romance Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • 1 guided Sunset Canoe Tour
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • Sweet Surprise
Family Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • 1 guided Mother Earth Hiking Trail tour for 4

Family Art Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • Medicine Bag Craft Making for 4

CupandSaucerTrailA view from Cup & Saucer Trail in M'Chigeeng

Song & Drum Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • Traditional Song & Drum Performance for 2
Canoe Treasure Island Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • 1 guided ½ day Canoe Heritage tour to Treasure Island
Hand Drum Making Package
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • Song & Drum Make-and-Take Experience for two
Horse & Teepee Overnight Adventure
  • 1 night in a Traditional Guest Room
  • 1 night on a guided Horseback adventure overnight camping in a Teepee
  • Breakfast and dinner included in the Overnight Teepee Adventure

horsebackriding gsctSpend an evening in a fully outfitted tipi.

Jamie McIntyre

Hey! I'm a staff writer for Northeastern Ontario Tourism. Check out my articles for insight on the Northeastern Ontario area, and consider a legendary adventure - or two. 

Have any questions about traveling to the area? Tweet @NeOntario or email me jamie@northeasternontario.com.

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  • Comment Link Lorraine Bebamikawe Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:54 posted by Lorraine Bebamikawe

    Hi, I provided my email lbebamikawe@kgcfs.org to the Conference Center pertaining to a request on a menu selection for our foster parent conference we are having on Sept 13/14. We are currently in planning meeting and wondered how quickly you could send that menu out to us. We would appreciate it as soon as possible, thanks.

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