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Recognized as a historical landmark in Sault Ste. Marie, the Ojibway Hotel is a beautifully appointed hotel overlooking the Soo Locks. It first opened its doors for business on New Year’s Eve in 1927. Deemed to be Sault Ste. Marie’s finest building, and one of the most beautiful hotels in all of Michigan, the Ojibway Hotel features over 100 guest rooms, a dining room, coat-check room, barbershop and beauty shop. Its Egyptian architectural design, décor, detailed amenities and exceptional service gained national interest and attracted many famous guests including Jack Dempsey, Joe Lewis and more recently President George Bush in 1992. The Ramada is the only full-service hotel in Sault Ste. Marie, featuring the award winning Freighter’s Restaurant which offers a fine dining experience as well as a spectacular view of the Soo Locks. For a lighter fare, there is Captains Pub and Grille, featuring great soups, specialty salads and sandwiches. Both restaurants are open daily. Nestled in Sault Ste. Marie’s Historic Lockside District, the Ramada is conveniently located near a variety of unique shops, restaurants and attractions. Today, the beautifully restored Ojibway Hotel continues to capture the hearts of its guests by blending its original splendor with amenities and services to meet the needs of today’s traveler.