THUNDER BAY — One of the oldest hotels in Thunder Bay, Ont. is getting a multimillion-dollar renovation that will see its guestrooms, ballroom and elevators revitalized, according to CBC News.
Open since 1911 and famous for hosting King George and Queen Elizabeth on the eve of WWII, the Prince Arthur Hotel’s refresh will cost approximately $4 million. The owners are also planning to refurbish the crown moldings and unique cast-iron-and-marble central staircase in the lobby.
The historic hotel will be located across the street from a new hotel property currently under construction on Thunder Bay’s waterfront.