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All Countries > Canada > Ontario > Kenora > Best Western Lakeside Inn

Best Western Lakeside Inn
470 1st Avenue
Kenora, ON P9N 1W5
Nightly Rates (97.67 - 267.93)   2 Star

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Property Description
The Best Western Lakeside Inn and Conference Centre is an 11-story circular structure built on the shore of beautiful lake of the woods offering the best of Kenora. 94 comfortable guest rooms, 77 non-smoking rooms, business rooms furnished with the corporate traveler in mind, adjoining rooms, friendly, helpful staff, fabulous views and close to downtown. The waterside dining room offers a variety of menu choices featuring prime rib, steak, chicken and a fabulous Sunday brunch.




Amenities
  • Laundry/Valet Services

  • Bar/Lounge

  • Modem Lines in Room

  • Elevators

  • Free Parking

  • Pool

  • Pets Allowed

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • Hairdryers Available

  • Fishing

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Television with Cable

  • Restaurant

  • Room Service


  • Room Information
  • Overview:

  • Rooms with a view of the lake are available. Free local/calling card/credit card telephone calls, remote controlled cable television, pay-per-view movies, coffee makers, dataport telephones, voice mail, hairdryers and ironing boards are standard. Business suites, honeymoon suites, non-smoking rooms, adjoining rooms and accessible rooms for the physically challenged are available.
  • 2 DOUBLE BEDS,NO SMOKING

  • * Two Double Beds * No Smoking
  • 2 DOUBLE BEDS

  • * Two Double Beds
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,NO SMOKING

  • * 2 Queen Beds * No Smoking
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS,NO SMOKING,LAKE VIEW

  • * 2 Queen Beds * Lake View * No Smoking
  • 1 QUEEN BED,NO SMOKING

  • * No Smoking
  • 1 QUEEN BED,NO SMOKING,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Business Class * No Smoking
  • 1 KING BED,NO SMOKING,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * 1 King Bed * Business Class * No Smoking
  • 1 QUEEN BED,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Business Class
  • 2 DOUBLE BEDS,LAKE SIDE

  • * Two Double Beds * Lake Side
  • 2 QUEEN BEDS

  • * 2 Queen Beds
  • 1 KING BED,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * 1 King Bed * Business Class
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,NSMK,BUSINESS CLASS,LAKEVIEW

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Business Class * Lake View * No Smoking
  • SUITE-1 QUEEN BED,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * Suite-1 Queen Bed * Business Class
  • SUITE-1 KING 1 DOUBLE,NO SMOKING,2ND BD SOFABD,REF

  • * Suite-1 King 1 Double * No Smoking * Refrigerator * Second Bed Is A Sofabed
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,NO SMOKING,HONEYMOON,JACUZZI

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Honeymoon * Hot Tub * No Smoking
  • 2 DOUBLE BEDS,LAKE VIEW

  • * Two Double Beds * Lake View
  • SUITE-1 QUEEN BED,NSMK,BUSINESS CLASS,LAKEVIEW

  • * Suite-1 Queen Bed * Business Class * Lake View * No Smoking
  • 1 KING BED,NO SMOKING

  • * 1 King Bed * No Smoking
  • 1 QUEEN BED,LAKE VIEW

  • * 1 Queen Bed * Lake View
  • SUITE-1 KING BED,BUSINESS CLASS

  • * Suite-1 King Bed * Business Class

    Rate Disclaimer
    Indicative rates are for search purposes only. The entire range of rates may not be available during certain seasons or other specified periods of time. Check for specific rate availability when making a reservation.

    Miscellaneous Information
  • Canadian Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 P.M. 

  • Check out time is 11:00 A.M. 

  • Time Zone is  Central Standard Time 

  • 94  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 11  floors. 


  • Guarantee Policy
    You must use a credit card to book online.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation policies vary from hotel to hotel. Most current and accurate cancellation policies will appear on your confirmed reservation notification.

  • Local Attractions:

  • Lake of the Woods is the second largest freshwater lake in Ontario. It contains more than 14,000 islands and almost 65,000 miles of shoreline. At the top of the lake is Kenora, the second largest city in northwestern Ontario. Kenora has something to offer everyone no matter what the season. * MS Kenora, the MS Kenora sails three times a day from Mother's Day to Labor Day. Each tour is two hours and local attractions are pointed out along the way. * Blue Heron Gift Shop, located at the old fish market, the Blue Heron is the most popular gift shop in the area. * Golden Eagle Casino, open Wednesday through Sunday year round. Features table games and bingo. * Heritage Townscape Murals, the mural are located on several buildings in Kenora. There are 18 murals in various locations. Walking tours are available. * Lake of the Woods Museum, travel through Kenora's rich history on a self-guided museum tour. Summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. * Huskey the Muskie, Overlooking Kenora Bay from McLeod Park standing 40 feet tall, is the two-and-one-half ton structure constructed in 1967 by the Chamber of Commerce. * Mather Walls House, built in 1889 by John Mather as a family home, the Mather Walls House is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and is a glimpse into the past. Guided or self-guided tours are available as well as English style teas. * Rushing River Provincial Park, Located 20 minutes eat of Kenora; Rushing River Park is well worth the trip. Featuring beach areas and rapids. Rushing River is open from the May long weekend until mid-September. * Vernon Nature Trails, featuring six different trails of varying length and difficulty. Maps of the trail systems are available at the MNR office or the tourist information office. * Golf courses, golfers can choose from two 18-hole courses in the Kenora area. Kenora Golf & Country Club located in Kenora and Beauty Bay Golf Course 20 minutes from Kenora. There are also three mini-courses in the area. * Parks and beaches, Kenora features a five-beach area with picnic facilities as well as three parks also with picnic areas. * Aerial Tours, from the docks on Kenora's Harborfront take a 20-minute aerial tour of Kenora. Advance reservations are required. * Boat Rentals are available in the area. * Fishing and Ice Fishing, Lake of the Woods has many opportunities for the angler. To explore the possibilities contact Kenora Tourism. * Snowmobiling, Kenora has an abundance of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are part of the Trans Ontario Provincial Trail systems and link up with other trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Trails also extend into the United States. * Skiing, Kenora offers superb cross-country skiing as well as Mount Evergreen ski hill.
  • Local Attractions:

  • Lake of the Woods is the second largest freshwater lake in Ontario. It contains more than 14,000 islands and almost 65,000 miles of shoreline. At the top of the lake is Kenora, the second largest city in northwestern Ontario. Kenora has something to offer everyone no matter what the season. * MS Kenora, the MS Kenora sails three times a day from Mother's Day to Labor Day. Each tour is two hours and local attractions are pointed out along the way. * Blue Heron Gift Shop, located at the old fish market, the Blue Heron is the most popular gift shop in the area. * Golden Eagle Casino, open Wednesday through Sunday year round. Features table games and bingo. * Heritage Townscape Murals, the mural are located on several buildings in Kenora. There are 18 murals in various locations. Walking tours are available. * Lake of the Woods Museum, travel through Kenora's rich history on a self-guided museum tour. Summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. * Huskey the Muskie, Overlooking Kenora Bay from McLeod Park standing 40 feet tall, is the two-and-one-half ton structure constructed in 1967 by the Chamber of Commerce. * Mather Walls House, built in 1889 by John Mather as a family home, the Mather Walls House is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and is a glimpse into the past. Guided or self-guided tours are available as well as English style teas. * Rushing River Provincial Park, Located 20 minutes eat of Kenora; Rushing River Park is well worth the trip. Featuring beach areas and rapids. Rushing River is open from the May long weekend until mid-September. * Vernon Nature Trails, featuring six different trails of varying length and difficulty. Maps of the trail systems are available at the MNR office or the tourist information office. * Golf courses, golfers can choose from two 18-hole courses in the Kenora area. Kenora Golf & Country Club located in Kenora and Beauty Bay Golf Course 20 minutes from Kenora. There are also three mini-courses in the area. * Parks and beaches, Kenora features a five-beach area with picnic facilities as well as three parks also with picnic areas. * Aerial Tours, from the docks on Kenora's Harborfront take a 20-minute aerial tour of Kenora. Advance reservations are required. * Boat Rentals are available in the area. * Fishing and Ice Fishing, Lake of the Woods has many opportunities for the angler. To explore the possibilities contact Kenora Tourism. * Snowmobiling, Kenora has an abundance of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are part of the Trans Ontario Provincial Trail systems and link up with other trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Trails also extend into the United States. * Skiing, Kenora offers superb cross-country skiing as well as Mount Evergreen ski hill.
  • Local Attractions:

  • Lake of the Woods is the second largest freshwater lake in Ontario. It contains more than 14,000 islands and almost 65,000 miles of shoreline. At the top of the lake is Kenora, the second largest city in northwestern Ontario. Kenora has something to offer everyone no matter what the season. * MS Kenora, the MS Kenora sails three times a day from Mother's Day to Labor Day. Each tour is two hours and local attractions are pointed out along the way. * Blue Heron Gift Shop, located at the old fish market, the Blue Heron is the most popular gift shop in the area. * Golden Eagle Casino, open seven days a week. Bingo and Keno only * Heritage Townscape Murals, the mural are located on several buildings in Kenora. There are 18 murals in various locations. Walking tours are available. * Lake of the Woods Museum, travel through Kenora's rich history on a self-guided museum tour. Summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. * Huskey the Muskie, Overlooking Kenora Bay from McLeod Park standing 40 feet tall, is the two-and-one-half ton structure constructed in 1967 by the Chamber of Commerce. * Mather Walls House, built in 1889 by John Mather as a family home, the Mather Walls House is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and is a glimpse into the past. Guided or self-guided tours are available as well as English style teas. * Rushing River Provincial Park, Located 20 minutes eat of Kenora; Rushing River Park is well worth the trip. Featuring beach areas and rapids. Rushing River is open from the May long weekend until mid-September. * Vernon Nature Trails, featuring six different trails of varying length and difficulty. Maps of the trail systems are available at the MNR office or the tourist information office. * Golf courses, golfers can choose from two 18-hole courses in the Kenora area. Kenora Golf & Country Club located in Kenora and Beauty Bay Golf Course 20 minutes from Kenora. There are also three mini-courses in the area. * Parks and beaches, Kenora features a five-beach area with picnic facilities as well as three parks also with picnic areas. * Aerial Tours, from the docks on Kenora's Harborfront take a 20-minute aerial tour of Kenora. Advance reservations are required. * Boat Rentals are available in the area. * Fishing and Ice Fishing, Lake of the Woods has many opportunities for the angler. To explore the possibilities contact Kenora Tourism. * Snowmobiling, Kenora has an abundance of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are part of the Trans Ontario Provincial Trail systems and link up with other trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Trails also extend into the United States. * Skiing, Kenora offers superb cross-country skiing as well as Mount Evergreen ski hill.
  • Local Attractions:

  • Lake of the Woods is the second largest freshwater lake in Ontario. It contains more than 14,000 islands and almost 65,000 miles of shoreline. At the top of the lake is Kenora, the second largest city in northwestern Ontario. Kenora has something to offer everyone no matter what the season. * MS Kenora, the MS Kenora sails three times a day from Mother's Day to Labor Day. Each tour is two hours and local attractions are pointed out along the way. * Blue Heron Gift Shop, located at the old fish market, the Blue Heron is the most popular gift shop in the area. * Golden Eagle Casino, open seven days a week. Bingo and Keno only * Heritage Townscape Murals, the mural are located on several buildings in Kenora. There are 18 murals in various locations. Walking tours are available. * Lake of the Woods Museum, travel through Kenora's rich history on a self-guided museum tour. Summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. * Huskey the Muskie, Overlooking Kenora Bay from McLeod Park standing 40 feet tall, is the two-and-one-half ton structure constructed in 1967 by the Chamber of Commerce. * Mather Walls House, built in 1889 by John Mather as a family home, the Mather Walls House is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and is a glimpse into the past. Guided or self-guided tours are available as well as English style teas. * Rushing River Provincial Park, Located 20 minutes eat of Kenora; Rushing River Park is well worth the trip. Featuring beach areas and rapids. Rushing River is open from the May long weekend until mid-September. * Vernon Nature Trails, featuring six different trails of varying length and difficulty. Maps of the trail systems are available at the MNR office or the tourist information office. * Golf courses, golfers can choose from two 18-hole courses in the Kenora area. Kenora Golf & Country Club located in Kenora and Beauty Bay Golf Course 20 minutes from Kenora. There are also three mini-courses in the area. * Parks and beaches, Kenora features a five-beach area with picnic facilities as well as three parks also with picnic areas. * Aerial Tours, from the docks on Kenora's Harborfront take a 20-minute aerial tour of Kenora. Advance reservations are required. * Boat Rentals are available in the area. * Fishing and Ice Fishing, Lake of the Woods has many opportunities for the angler. To explore the possibilities contact Kenora Tourism. * Snowmobiling, Kenora has an abundance of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are part of the Trans Ontario Provincial Trail systems and link up with other trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Trails also extend into the United States. * Skiing, Kenora offers superb cross-country skiing as well as Mount Evergreen ski hill.
  • Local Events:

  • July 1* Canada Day activities held on the Harborfront feature the Rotary Rubber Ducky Race and an evening fireworks display First week in August * LOWISA, Lake of the Woods International Sailing Association's Regatta Second weekend in August * Kenora Bass International, held annually. The Kenora Bass International is fun for everyone. Up to 200 boats leave the Kenora Harborfront each morning of the event with weigh in taking place each afternoon. August Long Weekend * Harborfest, activities held at the Harborfront include Kidzone, fireworks, nightly entertainment, vintage wooden boat parade, craft tents, classic car display and much, much more. * Agricultural Fair, held at the same time as Harborfest, the fair is located at the Kenora Recreation Center featuring a wide variety of competitions including baking, sewing, arts and crafts. Also offered are the Farmers Olympics and Midway rides. For more information on these attractions and events call toll free 800-535-4549.
  • Local Events:

  • July 1* Canada Day activities held on the Harborfront feature the Rotary Rubber Ducky Race and an evening fireworks display First week in August * LOWISA, Lake of the Woods International Sailing Association's Regatta Second weekend in August * Kenora Bass International, held annually. The Kenora Bass International is fun for everyone. Up to 200 boats leave the Kenora Harborfront each morning of the event with weigh in taking place each afternoon. August Long Weekend * Harborfest, activities held at the Harborfront include Kidzone, fireworks, nightly entertainment, vintage wooden boat parade, craft tents, classic car display and much, much more. * Agricultural Fair, held at the same time as Harborfest, the fair is located at the Kenora Recreation Center featuring a wide variety of competitions including baking, sewing, arts and crafts. Also offered are the Farmers Olympics and Midway rides. For more information on these attractions and events call toll free 800-535-4549.
  • Local Events:

  • July 1* Canada Day activities held on the Harborfront feature the Rotary Rubber Ducky Race and an evening fireworks display First week in August * LOWISA, Lake of the Woods International Sailing Association's Regatta Second weekend in August * Kenora Bass International, held annually. The Kenora Bass International is fun for everyone. Up to 200 boats leave the Kenora Harborfront each morning of the event with weigh in taking place each afternoon. August Long Weekend * Harbourfest, activities held at the Harbourfront include Kidzone, fireworks, nightly entertainment, vintage wooden boat parade, craft tents, classic car display and much, much more. * Agricultural Fair, held at the same time as Harborfest, the fair is located at the Kenora Recreation Center featuring a wide variety of competitions including baking, sewing, arts and crafts. Also offered are the Farmers Olympics and Midway rides. For more information on these attractions and events call toll free 800-535-4549.
  • Local Events:

  • July 1* Canada Day activities held on the Harborfront feature the Rotary Rubber Ducky Race and an evening fireworks display First week in August * LOWISA, Lake of the Woods International Sailing Association's Regatta Second weekend in August * Kenora Bass International, held annually. The Kenora Bass International is fun for everyone. Up to 200 boats leave the Kenora Harborfront each morning of the event with weigh in taking place each afternoon. August Long Weekend * Harbourfest, activities held at the Harbourfront include Kidzone, fireworks, nightly entertainment, vintage wooden boat parade, craft tents, classic car display and much, much more. * Agricultural Fair, held at the same time as Harbourfest, the fair is located at the Kenora Recreation Center featuring a wide variety of competitions including baking, sewing, arts and crafts. Also offered are the Farmers Olympics and Midway rides. For more information on these attractions and events call toll free 800-535-4549.
  • Transportation:

  • * 19 kilometer(s) from Kenora Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * 19 kilometer(s) from Kenora Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * 19 kilometer(s) from Kenora Airport
  • Transportation:

  • * 19 kilometer(s) from Kenora Airport
  • Local Attractions:

  • Lake of the Woods is the second largest freshwater lake in Ontario. It contains more than 14,000 islands and almost 65,000 miles of shoreline. At the top of the lake is Kenora, the second largest city in northwestern Ontario. Kenora has something to offer everyone no matter what the season. * MS Kenora, the MS Kenora sails three times a day from Mother's Day to Labor Day. Each tour is two hours and local attractions are pointed out along the way. * Blue Heron Gift Shop, located at the old fish market, the Blue Heron is the most popular gift shop in the area. * Golden Eagle Casino, open Wednesday through Sunday year round. Features table games and bingo. * Heritage Townscape Murals, the mural are located on several buildings in Kenora. There are 18 murals in various locations. Walking tours are available. * Lake of the Woods Museum, travel through Kenora's rich history on a self-guided museum tour. Summer hours are 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily, winter hours are Tuesday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. * Huskey the Muskie, Overlooking Kenora Bay from McLeod Park standing 40 feet tall, is the two-and-one-half ton structure constructed in 1967 by the Chamber of Commerce. * Mather Walls House, built in 1889 by John Mather as a family home, the Mather Walls House is now owned by the Ontario Heritage Foundation and is a glimpse into the past. Guided or self-guided tours are available as well as English style teas. * Rushing River Provincial Park, Located 20 minutes eat of Kenora; Rushing River Park is well worth the trip. Featuring beach areas and rapids. Rushing River is open from the May long weekend until mid-September. * Vernon Nature Trails, featuring six different trails of varying length and difficulty. Maps of the trail systems are available at the MNR office or the tourist information office. * Golf courses, golfers can choose from two 18-hole courses in the Kenora area. Kenora Golf & Country Club located in Kenora and Beauty Bay Golf Course 20 minutes from Kenora. There are also three mini-courses in the area. * Parks and beaches, Kenora features a five-beach area with picnic facilities as well as three parks also with picnic areas. * Aerial Tours, from the docks on Kenora's Harborfront take a 20-minute aerial tour of Kenora. Advance reservations are required. * Boat Rentals are available in the area. * Fishing and Ice Fishing, Lake of the Woods has many opportunities for the angler. To explore the possibilities contact Kenora Tourism. * Snowmobiling, Kenora has an abundance of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are part of the Trans Ontario Provincial Trail systems and link up with other trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Trails also extend into the United States. * Skiing, Kenora offers superb cross-country skiing as well as Mount Evergreen ski hill.

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