Rejuvenating the original architect’s vision, Western Hotel & Executive Suites has been immaculately restored, boasting 19 executive suites that pay homage to the quality and incredible craftsmanship of its time, while upgraded to the 20th century. The juxtaposition between the rustic stone walls, wood beams and high ceilings with modern kitchens, bathrooms and furniture certainly make this appealing and comfortable to all.
Location, location, location.Situated in the heart of vibrant and historic Guelph, Ontario, walking distance to restaurants, shops, nightlife, museums, beautiful trails and parks; there is something for everyone. Not to mention you are minutes away from the University of Guelph, the gorgeous Arboretum, Guelph’s Business Park and the Go Station.
We have a restaurant and country bar on our ground floor. This is where you check-in and can grab a pint or a delicious bite to eat while listening to country music or watching a sporting event.
Being so close to the University, there are often events hosted downtown and a rush of students populating the downtown entertainment. The hotel has been sound-proofed from top to bottom, however, at busier times you can still hear the noise from the streets and surrounding businesses.
Centrally located, convenient and beautiful. This trendy boutique hotel is your home-away-from-home whether you’re in town for business or to attend a music festival or in-town from overseas to visit family. Book our penthouse suite for your wedding night or bachelorette party for an amazing experience – vaulted ceilings, large soaker tub, 2 bedrooms and an expansive living area and kitchen.
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The hotels rich history:Robert Coulson broke ground on the original Western Hotel in February of 1881. His vision was to create the best hotel in Guelph. That same four-story stone structure, which boasted 40 rooms, still stands prominently on Macdonell Street today. The Western Hotel, it’s original name, was one of many hotels surrounding the Grand Trunk Railway station on nearby Carden Street, but quickly emerged as the place to stay for travelers. The likes of Al Capone is rumoured to have frequented the hotel (as well as the Albion). Later known for its imported whiskies, once it acquired one of the few liquor licenses in town, one of the requirements being how many horse stalls you had; the Western Hotel became a focal point for business and a downtown jewel by the late nineteenth century.
Experience staying in a hotel this rich in history and have a unique experience when you stay with Western Hotel & Executive Suites.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Our property is a 3-storey walk-up building with no elevator. We are a completely smoke free facility.