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710_1200widthIndoor Pool

Hours: 8am-11pm – Unless otherwise noted, guests can enjoy the use of our indoor pool facilities year round! Relax and unwind poolside with great views of the Duluth Bay.

Outdoor Hot Tub

Hours: 8am-11pm – *10pm-11pm is for guest 18+. Enjoy stunning views of the bay area or the sounds and sights of the entertainment in Bayfront Park, all while relaxing in our outdoor hot tub!

Lakeside Patio Fire Pit

Cozy up to one of the best spots on the harbor! Our fire pit is the perfect place to kick back with old friends or to gather around and make some new ones!

boat-launchBoat Slip Info

Pier B Resort has 20+ boat slips available for rental and use by guests of the resort and restaurant! Bring your boat, or travel by boat and we’ve got a spot for you to safely set anchor. Please call 218-481-8888 for reservations or more info.

Boat Launch

Guests have access to our on-site boat launch as well as boat slip rentals! Bring the boat and get on the lake with easy access right out into the harbor!

pierb-fitnessFitness Center

All guests can enjoy use of our fitness center with treadmills, ellipticals, and free weights!

Always S’mores at Pier B

All guests are welcome to our make-your-own s’mores kits every night! Head out and roast your marshmallows out by the fire pit or take them back to your room for a late night snack!

Lakeside lift bridge view Fire Rings

Joining us for an event in Duluth, or just some needed vacation? All rooms include on-site parking within walking distance from Bayfront Park & Canal Park!

Free Guest Wifi

All guest rooms include unlimited wifi access for the duration of your stay! Missing your login details, or having trouble connecting? Call or stop by the front desk and we’ll be happy to help get you online!

Free Parking

Joining us for an event in Duluth, or just some needed vacation? All rooms include on-site parking within walking distance from Bayfront Park & Canal Park!


Looking for an answer to your question? Check the list of Frequently Asked Questions here and we might have a solution! Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact Us today!

Check out Policy

Check in time is at 4pm and checkout time is at 11am.

Pet Policy

We love our pets, and know you do too! That’s why we’re proud to be have select rooms available so your companions can travel with you! All pets must be under 50 lbs and there is a one time, per stay, non-refundable fee of $50. Guests will be asked to sign a pet parent agreement at check in. To reserve a pet friendly room you must speak directly with the front desk.

Pool & Hot Tub Hours

Unless otherwise posted, guests can enjoy our outdoor hot tub and indoor swimming pool from 8am to 10pm for everyone and 10pm-11pm for guests 18+.


During the late 1800’s the Duluth waterfront comprised floating bogs that extended approximately 300’ north of the Pier B site. Transformation of the harbor shoreline commenced as a result of the rapid expansion of the mining and timber industries on the Iron Range, 100 miles to the north. Around 1883 construction of a train trestle occurred connecting Rice’s Point on the west to Canal Park on the east. The trestle formed what is now the approximate location of the developed waterfront. Construction of Pier B, as it was known, occurred in 1890 by Kelley Island Lime and Transport Company to facilitate the storage of limestone shipped by steamer from their mine on Kelley’s Island on Lake Erie. Pier B comprised 7.4 acres with pier facing. By 1992, no less than 10 piers had been constructed along the harbor front to facilitate the rapidly growing mining and timber industries. These piers are now the location for the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center, Great Lakes Aquarium and Bayfront Festival Park.

By 1920 Huron Portland Cement Company had constructed the four adjoining silos to facilitate the storage of powdered cement, a key ingredient for making concrete. The silos acted as a giant vacuum cleaner as they sucked the powdered cement from the ships into the four, 45’ diameter silos. Attached to the east side of the silos was the “Bag House” a facility which distributed the powdered cement into bags for transportation. Bagging facilities were moved to a new 10,000 square foot warehouse in the 1970’s and the former bag house was utilized to load trains and trucks for bulk distribution.

Lafarge Cement Company operated the facility until approximately 2008, when they consolidated operations to a facility in Superior Wisconsin on the south side of the industrial waterfront. Recognizing the tremendous development potential, local developers Alessandro Giuliani and Sanford Hoff assembled a group of local investors and acquired the site. From the start, Giuliani and Hoff were dedicated to saving the historic 100 year old silos to preserve the rich heritage of the site. While the silos will not be used during the initial development, they hold significant opportunity for future expansion.

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