Welcome to the Champlain Waterfront Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection
A luxury boutique Orillia hotel near Lake Couchiching nestled in the heart of Ontario’s stunning Lake Country, The Champlain Waterfront Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection is located just one hour north of Toronto.
Guests of The Champlain will enjoy the following amenities:
Free wireless high-speed internet access
Fionn MacCools Restaurant on site
All guest rooms have a refrigerator, 49-inch LCD television, free wireless internet access, Keurig coffee maker, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. Enjoy the fireplace in the king fireplace rooms.
This Orillia boutique hotel is conveniently located to many local attractions and points of interests including Casino Rama, the Leacock Museum, Georgian College, Orillia Opera House, OPP Museum and Hawk Ridge Golf & Country Club. The surrounding area offers a variety of recreational opportunities including marinas, golf courses, the Bass Lake Provincial Park, hiking and biking trails.
Enjoy the day strolling along the Port of Orillia boardwalk or take in some shopping in Orillia. Stores include the Mariposa Market Stores, Apple Annie’s Gifts, Crafts & Chocolates, Plum Loco, Manticore Books, Kahuna Surf Shop, Willie’s Bakery, Jack & Maddy’s Kids Store.
In the winter season, visitors can enjoy ice fishing, skiing and snowmobile trails in the Orillia area. Guests of this Orillia hotel will enjoy the following amenities:
A prefect location to enjoy some time away for a romantic getaway, business trip or visiting with friends and family.
- Downtown Orillia
- Waterfront Accommodation
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