About the T.I.

Located in the largest city in Northern Manitoba, The Thompson Inn was constructed in 1958 and was the town’s very first hotel facility.

The Thompson Inn has been the first of many businesses to be housed in its facility. The Royal Bank (first bank in Thompson) was housed inside these walls. The first area's radio station also called the Thompson Inn its home.

A number of political personalities have visited Thompson from the city's early days and found refuge at the Thompson Inn, most notable was a Cabinet Minister who went on to be Prime Minister of Canada, Jean Chretien.

The Thompson Inn has been part of the fabric of Thompson since day one: a social gathering place, a meeting place. From the day we opened our doors to the present, we have welcomed all visitors through our front doors. We serve people from across the northern region and we stand behind our motto: Hospitality is our Business.

We are delighted to offer friendly staff and services, good food, a wide variety of entertainment and other amenities - all located on-site. That's right, you don't have to leave the hotel to enjoy the finest Thompson has to offer.

Choose from our full service restaurant,  live entertainment featuring DJs in the North Star Saloon or the TI Beer Mart, our selfserve beer vendor (11:00am - 2:00am Monday - Saturday; 12:00pm - 12:00am Sunday).

With $2.5 million in renovations, we are ready to provide you and your guests with some of the best hotel facilities that northern Manitoba has to offer. We are confident that your stay will be an enjoyable one.