Hampton Inn & Suites

At A Glance -a comfy base for your adventures in Barrie. Hotel, Meetings, Banquets, Group Bookings The Hampton Inn & Suites… Read More →
Hampton Inn & Suites

About Us

At A Glance -a comfy base for your adventures in Barrie. Hotel, Meetings, Banquets, Group Bookings The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Barrie is situated just 50 minutes north of Toronto, in the heart of a dynamic tourist area and close to several great restaurants and businesses. Discover ample parkland, a scenic waterfront and a quaint historic downtown shopping district when you stay at our Barrie hotel. Jump start your adventure on Kempenfelt Bay’explore many acres of ski runs at several area resorts. Play golf on one of several local courses and in the summer head to the pristine sands of Centennial Beach. Count on us to offer all you need for an enjoyable stay in Barrie. Make yourself at home in a comfy guest room or suite with great amenities including a clean and fresh Hampton bed and free high-speed internet access. Wake up each morning to Hampton’s free hot breakfast and sample our delicious waffles. Ideal for meetings and events, our Barrie hotel has five function rooms accommodating up to 120 guests. Keep in touch with the office at the business center, offering professional services and equipment. Families love our indoor salt water pool and the fitness center makes it easy to maintain your routine on the road. If you’d rather get some fresh air, enjoy a stroll around the scenic walking trail along Kempenfelt Bay.About The Hotel – Hotel FactsLocated in Barrie, Ontario just 50 minutes north of TorontoClose to shopping, restaurants, and waterfront entertainment104 guest rooms including suites and accessible roomsIndoor salt water poolVersatile meeting/eve
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