There's a lot of hotels in Sudbury, but not that many are highly rated. I picked hotels in various price ranges that had high customer satisfaction rates.

Editor's Top 3 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$80 CAD
Motel-style clean & comfy rooms, with 32" flat screen TV, mini-fridge, microwave
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking and free local calls
  • Many guests thought that the room rates were reasonable
  • Many reviewers described their rooms as clean and comfortable
  • Several guests complimented the staff for their friendly service
  • A few reviewers found the beds comfortable
  • Coffeemakers and ironing board and iron available from the front desk
  • No on-site dining or recreational facilities
  • A few guests were disturbed in their rooms by traffic noise
  • A couple of reviewers found the parking spaces small
  • No elevator
Imperial Fireside Inn is my pick for a budget stay in Sudbury for an unbeatable price and value. It’s a highly-rated, clean and comfortable motel with air conditioning and lots of room amenities, about a 6-minute drive from the city centre. This motel offers a 32” flat screen TV, a mini-fridge and a microwave in all rooms and supplies coffeemakers and ironing equipment upon request. Wi-Fi, parking and local calls are free.
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$140 CAD
Clean and comfy Sudbury hotel with popular restaurant, indoor pool and jacuzzi rooms
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, parking, local calls, weekday newspapers
  • Guests found the location handy to shopping, restaurants, downtown and the highway
  • Guests typically were pleased with clean and comfortable rooms
  • The restaurant received a lot of praise from guests
  • Guests thought the hotel provided good value
  • Many guests were very pleased with the staff and service
  • Some guests complained that the pool was too cold
  • Some guests complained of train noise and thought the area was not that nice
Days Inn Sudbury is my pick for a good mid-range hotel, not too cheap and not too expensive. It’s about a 15-minute walk to the city centre or if you’re taking a car, only 3 minutes. The on-site pub gets some good reviews online, serves children for free, and provides room service. Guests can also enjoy leisure amenities at the hotel including an indoor pool and sauna. All rooms include mini-fridges, LCD TVs and coffeemakers.
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$165 CAD
Sudbury hotel with quality rooms in a convenient location with indoor pool & free breakfast
  • Free amenities: hot & cold breakfast, parking, Wi-Fi, daily newspapers, 24-hr beverage station
  • Many guests found their rooms to be clean and spacious with comfortable beds
  • Many reviewers complimented the staff for their friendly and efficient service
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing restaurants and major highways
  • The quality of the complimentary breakfast was frequently praised by guests
  • A couple of guests complained about a lack of soundproofing in their rooms
  • A couple of reviewers found the indoor pool too cold and over chlorinated
The Hampton Inn Sudbury is my pick for a more luxurious stay in Sudbury. I liked the design, quality and décor of this hotel, the triple sheeting on the beds, the outdoor terrace and the inviting pool on site. Guests highlighted the quality of the free breakfast, comfy beds, friendly staff and their clean and spacious rooms.

7 Other Frequently Booked Hotels in Sudbury

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$142 CAD
Well-liked Sudbury hotel with modern decor, indoor pool, restaurant and jacuzzi suites
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, parking, local calls, newspapers
  • Many loved the spacious, clean and beautifully designed rooms
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by guests
  • Many enjoyed meals on site
  • Staff were well liked, professional and friendly
  • Many thought the hotel was a great value
  • Guests found the location convenient to the highway, restaurants and downtown
  • A few guests complained of noise from within the hotel
  • Modern showers caused water to spill on the floor
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$86 CAD
Downtown location, no-frills accommodations, clean rooms with free Wi-Fi
  • Free Wi-Fi and free parking
  • Rooms were clean and modern, according to many guests
  • The room rates were very reasonable, said several reviewers
  • Some guests liked the hotel's proximity to amenities
  • According to some reviewers, the beds were comfortable
  • Some guests were disappointed that there was no on-site restaurant as advertised
  • A few guests thought the hotel exterior and corridors were dreadful and looked old
  • A couple guests thought the bathrooms were too small
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$177 CAD
Highly praised Sudbury hotel with indoor pool, hot tub and free hot breakfast
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wireless Internet, hot breakfast buffet, parking, 24-hour coffee in lobby
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and well maintained
  • Many reviewers complimented the staff for being friendly and well trained
  • Several guests found the location convenient for accessing restaurants and shopping destinations
  • The quality of the free breakfast was complimented by many guests
  • A few guests were disturbed by noise in their rooms
  • A couple of reviewers found the mattresses uncomfortable
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$100 CAD
Complimented by guests for clean rooms and friendly service, but minor upgrades needed
  • Free parking, free wireless Internet, free local calls, and free daily newspapers
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly service
  • Several guests described their rooms as clean
  • Several reviewers complimented the food quality and service at the on-site restaurants
  • A few guests found the location convenient for accessing the downtown area
  • A few reviewers thought the hotel could use minor upgrades
  • A couple of guests found the wireless Internet unreliable
  • Several guests had difficulty maintaining a consistent in-room temperature
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$214 CAD
Highly praised Sudbury hotel offers suites with kitchenettes, indoor pool and free breakfast
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, hot breakfast, parking, local calls, newspapers
  • Clean, spacious and well-appointed suites, said many reviewers
  • Exceptional customer service, according to many guests
  • Many reviewers enjoyed the breakfast and thought the selection was good
  • The location was convenient to the highway and amenities, according to several guests
  • Several reviewers felt the hotel provided good value
  • A couple guests grumbled about the temperature of the water in the pool
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$178 CAD
Newer east Sudbury hotel with indoor pool and waterslide offers suites with kitchens
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and free parking
  • The rooms were frequently praised and described as clean, well-equipped and modern by many reviewers
  • Many guests liked the hotel's proximity to shopping, restaurants and thought it was easily accessible
  • The pool and waterslide were enjoyed by several guests, specifically those travelling with children
  • The breakfast had a good selection, according to several reviewers
  • Some guests had noise complaints
  • A couple guests complained about the pool being too cold
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$159 CAD
South Sudbury hotel near hospital and Science North with weekday meals and free breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and free parking
  • Clean and spacious rooms, said many reviewers
  • Many guests liked the hotel's proximity to several medical institutions and amenities
  • Several reviewers enjoyed the breakfast selection and service
  • The staff were praised and described as friendly and knowledgeable by several guests
  • Some guests thought the beds were comfortable
  • No elevator
  • The walls were too thin and caused noise disturbances, according to a couple guests

Tips For Staying In Sudbury

Choosing A Hotel in Sudbury

Quick Summary of Most Popular Areas
Downtown Sudbury: if you are looking for shops and entertainment hubs this is a good area to stay
The Big Nickel: home of the iconic 30 foot replica of a Canadian Nickel and guided tours of an underground mine
Science North: state-of-the-art digital planetarium and 3D IMAX theatre
Barrydowne: home to the New Sudbury Centre, a shopping mall with over 110 stores

Cheap hotels Downtown Sudbury

If you are looking for a city-type atmosphere with a decent selection of specialty shops and restaurants then stay downtown Sudbury. There are a handful of hotels downtown to choose from, however if you are on a budget I'd recommend either the BEST WESTERN Downtown Sudbury Centreville or perhaps the Days Inn Sudbury.


Sudbury's main attractions
If you're traveling to Sudbury with your family (especially if you have a young family) you are undoubtedly going to want to check out both Science North and the Big Nickel. Science North is home to a 3D IMAX theatre, live science shows and a fancy-pancy planetarium to indulge your inner science nerd. If being close to this is important then check out Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Sudbury or for a cheaper (and even closer) option Travelodge Hotel Sudbury Paris Street (this is also the closest hotel to the hospital for those prone to accidents).

The Big Nickel is exactly what is sounds like, a giant replica of the Canadian coin. Once the novelty of that wears off after about 20 seconds you can check out Dynamic Earth for a first-hand look at how the mining industry works 7 stories below the surface at Vale Chasm.

How to get around Sudbury
Sudbury is big. Seriously it's huge, at over 3300 square kilometres in size it is the largest city (geographically speaking) in Ontario. If you are going to be moving around it's best to drive. However, if you don't have a car you have the option of the public bus system and something called the Trans Cab Service that will pick you up from wherever you are and take you to the nearest bus stop on your desired root.

Need to go shopping?
Barrydowne is an area a bit northeast of downtown and is home to the New Sudbury Centre shopping mall. There are a handful of hotels around this area, however I would not recommend staying around here unless you have business, family or some other good reason to be here. The shopping centre alone is not worth staying in this area. When was the last time you heard someone telling you they were travelling to Sudbury for the awesome shopping? Right...

Surrounding Area
If you are the outdoors type then you'll enjoy the fact that Sudbury is surrounded by 9 provincial parks, roughly within a 90 minute (or less) drive. Most notably, Killarney Provincial Park is about 90km southwest of Sudbury.