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Things To Do In Hamilton

Sandman Hotel Hamilton is located within a rich mosaic of neighbourhoods and surrounding areas, each with a distinct, welcoming personality. We have compiled a list of useful information below to enhance your stay.

Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology

Take yourself on a quick road trip to the one-of-a-kind Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology. Located in a 150-year-old pumphouse and only a nine-minute drive from Sandman Hotel Hamilton, you can check out some of Canada’s oldest steam-powered pumping engines at this National Historic Site.

Confederation Park

Super popular Confederation Park, featuring the area’s best food, spots to play sports, go-karting, and home to Wild Waterworks, is just a quick 7 km drive from Sandman Hotel Hamilton.

Go Chasing Waterfalls

Your stay at Sandman Hotel Hamilton will have you chasing waterfalls. For real. There are over 100 waterfalls in and around the Niagara Escarpment, nestled behind the many walking trails in the area. Some well-known falls that you’ll want to make a point of seeing include Tiffany Falls, Devil’s Punchbowl, and Webster Falls, just to name a few.

Wineries of Stoney Creek

You may spend your nights at Sandman Hotel Hamilton, but you’ll spend your days visiting some of the best wineries close by. Located in Stoney Creek—near Hamilton and on the edge of the Niagara wine region—enjoy tasting rooms at Ridge Road, Puddicombe Farm and Leaning Post.

Ottawa Street

The famous Ottawa Street is just nine minutes away from Sandman Hotel Hamilton. Lined with consignment shops, antique stores and more, this decades-old area is something you need to experience when here.

Eastgate Square

When it’s time to leave the comfy confines of Sandman Hotel Hamilton, Eastgate Square is where you want to be. Boutique shops, big and small well-known retail stores, independent vendors, and food court offerings await you here.

Collective Arts Brewing

You’re just 10 minutes away from checking out one of the coolest craft brew spots in the area: Collective Arts Brewing. You’ll find that beer and art come together here to promote one another. It’s an inspired effort that will make you aware of emerging artists and musicians over a beer or two.

The Hamilton Farmers’ Market

When you want something slightly different from the superb on-site dining options at Sandman Hotel Hamilton, make your way to the Hamilton Farmers’ Market. This is where you can enjoy what has been called one of Ontario’s best farmer’s markets. Founded in 1837, this market is actually older than the city itself. Get here to enjoy the widest range of fresh food products in the region.

The Powerhouse Restaurant

If you have your sights set on all-you-can-eat mussels or an incredible wing night, you can get both at The Powerhouse restaurant. And, it’s just seven minutes from Sandman Hotel Hamilton.