Georgian Bay Hotel & Conference Centre
An Escape for Every Season - Amenity-rich hotel near Blue Mountain skiing and Wasaga Beach
Welcome to Georgian Bay Hotel, part of Trademark Collection by Wyndham. Situated in one of Canada’s most spectacular natural landscapes, this all-season retreat puts you in a great position to explore everything the Georgian Bay area has to offer—from the scenic sands of Wasaga Beach to skiing and snowboarding at Blue Mountain. While you’re here, enjoy extras such as an on-site restaurant and bar, full-service spa, and 18-hole putting course.
Year-Round Recreation - Do it all, from golf and skiing to beaches and breweries
A golf lover’s paradise, Collingwood puts you close to world-class golf courses and stunning scenery, including the expansive Cranberry Golf Course. Outdoor enthusiasts will be minutes from boating and fishing on the Georgian Bay, while thrill seekers are just a short drive from skiing, mountain biking, and rock climbing at Blue Mountain. Relax at Wasaga Beach—the world’s longest freshwater beach—or discover local craft breweries like Side Launch Brewing Company Inc. and Northwinds Brewhouse & Kitchen. Be sure to stop by the hotel’s 24/7 front desk for help with directions and local recommendations.
Gustav Chophouse and Bar
Decorated with modern artwork, this cozy restaurant and bar offers a welcoming atmosphere for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Specialties include steak, seafood, and local fare.
GBH is centrally located and a short drive to so many of the areas authentic attractions and activities. Close to Downtown Collingwood, Minutes to Scandinave Spa, Scenic Caves and Blue Mountain Village.
South Georgian Bay is one of Ontario's prime destinations for lovers of wine, craft beer and cider. With so many local producers you can enjoy tastings and pairings, tours, purchase beverages, and enjoy pub-style meals.
There’s no better way to spend a summer day than at the beach or hiking local trails. This region is home to many beaches along the sandy shores of Georgian Bay and plenty of local hiking trails.
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