Ribbon cutting officially launches Hampton Inn Sarnia/Point Edward

SARNIA/POINT EDWARD, Ont. — A ribbon cutting officially launched the six-storey, 95-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Sarnia/Point Edward last month.

Larry Mackenzie, mayor of Point Edward (centre, with scissors) cuts the ribbon at Hampton Sarnia/Point Edward.

Larry Mackenzie, mayor of Point Edward (centre, with scissors) cuts the ribbon at Hampton Sarnia/Point Edward.

SARNIA/POINT EDWARD, Ont. — A ribbon cutting officially launched the six-storey, 95-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Sarnia/Point Edward last month.

The hotel is the latest addition to the Hampton Inn by Hilton brand of more than 2,000 mid-priced hotels.

Amenities include free WiFi, 24-hour business centre with complimentary printing, flexible meeting space accommodating up to 150 people, a fitness centre and a heated indoor pool. The hotel also provides free On the House hot breakfast as well as Hampton’s On the Run Breakfast Bags, available Monday through Friday. In addition, guests can purchase items from Treats, a 24-hour food and beverage shop filled with snacks, toiletries and drinks for purchase.

Other features include the Perfect Mix Lobby, designed as an extension of the guestroom with a variety of seating and lighting options for both leisure and business travelers. Guestrooms are equipped with the brand’s signature Clean and fresh Hampton bed, 42-inch LCD flat-screen TV, microwave, fridge, spacious in-room desk and pod coffeemaker.  

Located at 1492 Venetian Blvd. in Point Edward, Ont., the hotel is close to the international border crossing across from Port Huron, Mich., connecting the U.S. to Canada via the Blue Water Bridge. Sarnia/Point Edward is located on the southern shores of Lake Huron, one hour north of Detroit, Michigan and one hour west of London, Ont.