Days Inn honours Lindsay, Ont.’s luminaries

LINDSAY, Ont. — To commemorate those who helped to shape Lindsay, Ont.’s history and culture, Days Inn & Suites -Lindsay announced on May 3 that all on-site meeting rooms have been named after former noteworthy Lindsay residents

Suite 121.

Suite 121.

LINDSAY, Ont. — To commemorate those who helped to shape Lindsay, Ont.’s history and culture, Days Inn & Suites -Lindsay announced on May 3 that all on-site meeting rooms have been named after noteworthy former Lindsay residents.

The Ross Room was named for businessman James Leveson Ross; the Frost Room honours Leslie M. Frost, who, decades ago, served as Ontario’s premier; and the Hart Room pays tribute to flamboyant criminal Pearl Taylor Hart. 

Moreover, guestroom Suite 121 has been named and dedicated to Richard Danziger, who passed away in September 2013 and lent his extensive knowledge as a former development director with the City of Kawartha Lakes to the hotel development project. He was inspirational and one of the main drivers of securing proper zoning to accommodate a hotel. 

“We wanted to do something to showcase what makes Lindsay and the city of Kawartha Lakes unique,” said hotel general manager Candace Buckley in a release. “The wall plaques outside the rooms add a nice touch and share a brief story about each ones’ history.” 

Days Inn & Suites – Lindsay is located at 134 Angeline Street South. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi Internet access, guest laundry facilities and free Daybreak Café breakfast. Other amenities and services include meeting and event space, an on-site fitness centre and an indoor pool, and free parking.