About Us

A legendary, locally owned hotel in Manitoba's wild and rugged North Country, The Mystery Lake Hotel has been pampering visitors to the region for over 40 years. The largest and finest full service hotel in Thompson, all guest rooms have been beautifully renovated to the highest standards. Mystery Lake features goose down filled custom duvets, flat screen televisions, mini fridges, microwaves, incredibly fast internet and sparkling new bathrooms. Offering what is simply the very best full service restaurant in the city, savour dining options from eggs benedict to the best hand cut steaks in the country. Feel like staying in? Just dial room service!

Mystery Lake Hotel

Leo Mol Sculpture - Tom Lamb

At the main lobby entrance, guests of the Mystery Lake Hotel are welcomed by the famous bronze sculpture of Tom Lamb. Other limited editions of the piece are located in the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC and the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg. One sold at auction in June 2007 fetching a hammer price of $41,000. Lamb, an intrepid bush pilot, helped to open the Canadian North. His company Lamb Air used the motto "Do not ask us where we fly, tell us where you want to go." We might paraphrase, "Do not ask us what we offer, tell us how we can serve you."

Part of Our Community

We are proud of our community involvement. We host people visiting the vibrant City of Thompson and also play an important role in the quality of life in Thompson: we offer fine dining, entertainment, host weddings, meetings and bring people together. The Mystery Lake Hotel proudly supports many local organizations and events:

Supporters of:
Ice Sculpture, Spirit Way Wild Fundraiser
Trappers Tavern

Vale Nickel Mine, Thompson

Thompson Means Business

"The Hub of the North", the City of Thompson is a thriving economic centre.The Mystery Lake Hotel is a proud member of our corporate community. We work hard every day partnering with and serving the top notch companies and organizations that build prosperity for the people of the North.