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The largest city in northern Ontario, Sudbury was built around the Sudbury Basin, which was formed during a meteor impact hundreds of thousands of years ago. Since then, Sudbury has grown into a thriving mining community of over 100000 people - it is even colloquially known as the "Nickel City" due to massive mineral deposits in the area.

Surrounded by hundreds of lakes and over 200km of trails, Sudbury is a paradise for travelers who want to enjoy outdoor activities year-round. Fishing, biking, camping, and boating are all very popular activities for the locals. It's also a cultural hub for northern Ontario, with a wide variety of museums, parks, festivals, and theatres to explore.

Tourism in Sudbury, Ontario

Sudbury is the largest nickel producing region in the world and is well-known for its formerly barren landscape brought about during toxic mining in the 1920s - in fact, NASA sent scientists there in the 60s to train for the moon landing! Today, the city is focused on "re-greening"  the surrounding area and heavily promotes their trail and park system. 

Families traveling to Sudbury should definitely check out Science North, an interactive and hands-on science museum with a wide variety of rotating exhibits. Another must-see is the Dynamic Earth Outdoor Science park, where you can learn about earth science and mining in an awesome outdoor environment. There is even a crawl-through cave to explore!

If you want to experience Canada's beautiful boreal wilderness, you don't have to go far. Just 10 minutes outside of Sudbury lies the Laurentian Lake Conservation Area, a 2000+ acre protected area with a serene lake, scenic lookout points, trails, and more.

Other attractions include the Jazz Sudbury Festival and the Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival in September, and the Northern Lights Festival Boreal in July.

Where are hotels located in Sudbury?

Sudbury's hotels are spread throughout the city, which isn't built for walking. We recommend renting a car during your stay so you can explore the city and the surrounding area with ease. The Canadiana Hotel is near Dynamic Earth, while the Travelodge and Travelway Inn are closer to Science North. If you want to be close to downtown Sudbury, consider staying at the Best Western Downtown or the Radisson Hotel Sudbury.

How much do hotels in Sudbury cost?

The average Sudbury hotel costs between $100 and $125 per night, with some options as low as $56 or as high as $150.

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Sudbury?

Most of Sudbury's hotels are very traditional, and what you would expect from a city of its size. However, there are a few hidden gems! The Artisan Upstairs Guest House, for example, is a family-run bed and breakfast that boasts large designer suites, amazing customer service, and a quiet location just minutes from downtown Sudbury.

Are there any luxury hotels in Sudbury?

There are no 4- or 5- star hotels in Sudbury. However, there are several cottages and cabins for rent in the surrounding area that can give you a luxurious, romantic place to lay your head.

Which Sudbury hotels are suitable for families?

The Ambassador Hotel is a great family hotel, with free wi-fi, free parking, a complimentary breakfast, and a pool the kids will love. Another affordable option is the Quality Inn and Conference Centre in downtown Sudbury, which includes breakfast, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free wi-fi, and a pool.