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Contributor Kim Kerr gives the low-down on The VanderMarck Boutique Hotel, a favourite luxury place to stay in Collingwood, whatever the season
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Collingwood is a destination that always seems to be on the up-and-up. With its attractive Victorian heart and vibrant arts and culture scene, it’s no wonder so many people are drawn to this beautiful all-season town overlooking Georgian Bay.
But what about the hotels? While there are certainly plenty of options in the area, including the option to book accommodations in always bustling Blue Mountain Village, there’s one (nearly) new kid on the block that stands head and shoulders above the others: the VanderMarck Boutique Hotel.
Centrally located in the downtown core and close to its many attractions, best restaurants, as well as shopping, The VanderMarck has certainly set the bar high for other boutique hotels in Ontario. Set in a huge heritage home built in the 1880s and boasting sleek designs and décor, everything about this hotel screams quality.
The Vandermarck Boutique Hotel: A Luxurious Place To Stay
When it comes to style, nothing beats a sleek, chic room design. And it’s apparent everywhere that The VanderMarck Boutique Hotel went all out when designing their rooms. From stylish furniture to the use of beautiful luxury linens and bright décor, each of the hotels’ nine rooms has its own unique look.
The classy touches don’t end with the décor. High-end amenities in each room state-of-the-art facilities such as iPod docks and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars. Plush seating areas are also provided, with some rooms, like the spacious Suite 102, even featuring a kitchenette, gas fireplace, and its own cozy patio area. A number of one and two-bedroom suites are also available.
Other thoughtful touches include plus bathrobes and slippers in each room, as well as local handcrafted bath products. Guests also have access to furnished garden patio that’s perfect for lounging outdoors in the warmer months.
The Vandermarck Boutique Hotel: What You Need to Know
An early adopter of the “contactless” check-in / check-out procedure, guests are provided with a unique room number, which also works for the main entrance upon, before their arrival. This seamless process is a treat to use and comes with extremely easy to follow instructions.
The following additional info is also worth knowing to ensure you get the most out of your stay:
- Complimentary reserved parking is provided, with each room having a dedicated spot – a charging station is available for guests with electric vehicles
- All rooms come with individual filtered heating and cooling systems, as well as Molekule air purifiers
- Nespresso coffee and BMTCo Tea are provided
- High-speed Wi-Fi is included with your stay
- Cable TV and Netflix is included
- Outdoors enthusiasts can make use of secure onsite storage for bikes and skis
- A virtual concierge service is available
- The room service option can pre-stock kitchens with your choice of food and drink
For the latest rates and reservations, visit The VanderMarck Boutique Hotel Collingwood website at https://thevandermarck.com.
Looking for other great places to stay in Collingwood and the Blue Mountains? Check out the following for more luxury ideas: Top Hotels in Blue Mountains and Collingwood.
Riley Contributor Kim Kerr is a freelance writer based in Muskoka who visits Collingwood a lot…
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