Canal Park Lodge
Canal Park Lodge

250 Canal Park Drive
Duluth, Minnesota 55802

2024 Room Block: $139 City Side, $159 Lake Side.

Minnesota’s North Shore starts here! Our Duluth MN Hotel offers 116 upscale units in Duluth’s Canal Park. This Lakeshore Duluth Hotel features 100% smoke free guest rooms and meeting space, overlooking beautiful Lake Superior on one side, and is the gateway to the famous Canal Park on the other. Canal Park Lodge also provides easy access to the downtown area and the Lake Walk, with miles of scenic walking, running, or biking giving you a truly scenic view of the Duluth MN area. Great dining and shopping, the famous Grandma’s restaurants are nearby, a timeless and local Duluth favorite. The Canal Park Brewing Company is located right next door for convenient dining and the best pint of beer in the Twin Ports.

We also feature an impressive lobby, complimentary hot breakfast, and a unique pool area. Enjoy a remarkable view of Duluth from one of our balcony suites. Our hotel is situated in the heart of Canal Park and at the end of the chain of hotels along Lake Superior, to offer you maximum comfort and privacy. We also offer great accommodations for groups or conferences in Duluth with meeting space, and food catered by Bellisio’s & Grandmas Restaurants. Canal Park Lodge in Duluth MN is a must see and a must stay. Come experience the best of Canal Park here at Canal Park Lodge.

The Suites Hotel at Waterfront Plaza
The Suites Hotel

325 South Lake Avenue
Duluth, Minnesota 55802

2024 Room Block: $99 Queen Suite, $129 King Suite.

Located on the largest fresh-water lake in the world, you will find us nestled in historic Canal Park and experience a suite stay in one of our beautifully appointed suites.  We cater to our guests; whether you are here on business, a romantic get-a-way for two, a family vacation or in Duluth enjoying one of our many local events. Stay with us!

Where Rails Meet Water

The Duluth headquarters of Marshall-Wells was unique in that ships loaded with hardware from the factories out east might moor right alongside the structure to unload. After employees inventoried the shipment they would load rail cars within the building and send them off to the farthest reaches of the Great Northwest. The company was indeed located “at the ZENITH where rails and water meet”. To this day, all native Duluthians know their city as the “Zenith City”.