Places to stay in Ottawa, Ontario
We currently have 133 accommodations in and around Ottawa with other regional listings available for RV parks, Inns, Hotels, Motels and other properties.
Ottawa enjoys the attributes of a major centre for the visual and performing arts and has been described as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. Less than an hour's drive from the American border it has a number of big city attractions. Despite it's size, it still maintains the accessibility, atmosphere and charm of a smaller city, in addition to access to spectacular park and wilderness areas located within and around the city. Places to eat in the region include Sushi Shop Sparks, Yesterday's Restaurant & Centretown Tavern, Japanese Village Teppan Steak & Seafood House, and New Generation Sushi.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Ottawa is located close to Hogs Back, Riverside Park, Limbour, Centretown and Rideau Park.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Ottawa
This hotel had a very modern, open feel in the common spaces. The food and service in the restaurant was excellent. If you were looking for a wonderful spa experience, it was there! They brought someone in early on Saturday morning to help me prepare for a wedding. Overall, a wonderful place to .....
I suggest that Marriott install free wireless internet in the rooms as this is a standard in most hotels that I have stayed in and especially for a 4 star hotel. The chairs and sofas in the lobby is old and needs to be replaced. The beds were very comfortable in the room but the bathroom was pretty .....
Motel located 6km from the center of Ottawa.
We are a family owned and operated business and take great pride in providing the best accomodations at the most affordable prices to our Ottawa guests. We are in close proximity and conveniently located only minutes away from the Ottawa .....
Bed & Breakfast located 2km from the center of Ottawa.
Rideau Canal, a famous and popular attraction year-round. Our home has a beautiful charming suite with its own character, that is called the 'Granny Suite'. It is ideal for a couple or a small family. We also offer two other bright and charming rooms.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Canada's capital city is notable both for its concentration of cultural institutions, some 29 museums in all, and for its spectacular access to parks and wilderness just minutes from the downtown city center. Straddling two provinces, Ontario and Quebec, the city is a blend of English and French cultures, with almost half of its residents being bilingual. Added to this mix is a growing ethnic diversity inspired by the city's German, Lebanese, Italian, Polish, Dutch, Portuguese and Asian populations.
Other local Ottawa information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -75°41'49.895
- Latitude: 45°25'17.506
- Accommodation listings for Ottawa
- The official Ottawa travel guide.
- Canada's Capital web site.
- Official Ottawa tourism guide.
A Canadian Experience Walking Tours - 2962 Carp Road
Welcome to A Canadian Experience Ltd., a company specializing in small group walking tours in the pristine environments of Canadian National Parks, Provincial Parks and Designated World Heritage Sites. You may choose from several tours: The Niagara Peninsula Winery tour takes you through the heart of Ontario’s wine district, and then onto Niagara Falls. Algonquin Park. Enjoy one of Ontario’s provincial parks as you hike and canoe to a rustic but comfortable log cabin overlooking one of the thousands of lakes. Ottawa and the Valley Explore Canada’s capital city and the surrounding areas including the Ottawa River Valley and beautiful Rideau Lakes. Cape Breton A beautiful Island off the east coast of Nova Scotia with its charming villages, rugged coastline and Celtic heritage. Prince Edward Island “That colourful little land of ruby and emerald and sapphire” was Lucy Maud Montgomery’s description of this lovely Island. Canada’s Rocky Mountains in Alberta and British Columbia, snow covered mountain peaks, jade green lakes, mountain meadows, an abundance of wildlife and lots more.
Canada Science and Technology Museum - 1867 St. Laurent Boulevard
Located only minutes from downtown Ottawa, Canada’s largest science and technology museum is a great hands-on experience for visitors of all ages. Discover some of the most important scientific objects in Canada. Climb aboard real trains, try your hand at fascinating experiments, and see for yourself how science and technology affect our everyday lives.
Canadian Museum of Nature - 240 McLeod Street (at Metcalfe)
Canada's national natural history and science museum is located minutes from Parliament Hill. The Canadian Museum of Nature is a must-see attraction in the Nation’s Capital providing the visitor with a unique experience through its state of the art world-class galleries and featuring Canada’s most significant natural treasures. On May 22, 2010, the Museum will be fully reopened with more new galleries as we celebrate the building’s 100th anniversary. Also, a new lantern towers in front of the building which evokes the past and marks the renewal of the Museum’s interior spaces.
Ottawa is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Inn on Somerset, 282 Somerset St. West
- Albert House Inn, 478 Albert Street
- A Wild Daisy Bed and Breakfast, 52 Lorne Avenue
- Quality Hotel ( Downtown ), 290 Rideau Street
- Echo Bank Heritage House on the Canal, 700 Echo Drive
- Haydon House, 18 The Driveway
- The Carmichael Inn & Spa, 46 Cartier Street
- Al Leclerc's Residence, 253 McLeod Street
- Allure Bed and Breakfast, 103 York Street
- A Rose on Colonel By B&B, 9 Rosedale Avenue (at the Rideau Canal)