Places to stay in Ottawa, Ontario
We currently have 132 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 Fury Island, Kate Island, Riopelle Island, District électoral de la Baie and Beacon Hill South.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Ottawa
The hotel is pleasantly situated within a 5 min walk to the Byward Market, where there are literally hundreds of restaurants and shops. I expected a small suite (room with sitting space). There was a full kitchen with dishwasher and all appliances and a washer/dryer. I was told this is the standard .....
The Courtyard Marriott in Ottawa is in the centre of the by ward market area - very nice if your interested in the nightlife. Its a short walk home from the pub, close to shopping and the canal and a short walk to Parliament. The staff was very helpful and the free internet access made the small .....
Bed & Breakfast located 17km from the center of Ottawa.
In rural Ottawa, a historic 155 year old stone house close to the Kanata high tech area and the villages of Carp and Stittsville. 40 mins from Ottawa Intntl Airport and 25 mins from downtown Ottawa. Close to Irish Hills, Loch March and Greensmere golf courses, W.
Bed & Breakfast located 2km from the center of Ottawa.
Welcome to our delightfully inviting 1933 Arts and Crafts Bed and Breakfast. Welcome to Alexander House featuring the charm of a bygone era with stained glass windows, gleaming hardwood floors and oak woodwork.
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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.
Canadian Museum Of Nature - 240 Mcleod
The Canadian Museum of Nature is Canada's national natural history museum. The museum is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Bytown Museum - PO Box 523, Station
The Bytown Museum – Where Ottawa Begins True tales of courage, passion and scandal! Experience the stories and relics of the people who made Ottawa what it is today – uncensored, unembellished and unforgettable! Opened in 1917 and housed in Ottawa's oldest stone building, the Bytown Museum presents exhibits, programs and special events that trace the history of Ottawa's early years, from the construction of the Rideau Canal to the city's emergence as the nation's capital and beyond. The Bytown Museum is located alongside the Rideau Canal in downtown Ottawa, between Parliament Hill and the Château Laurier.
Aboriginal Experiences - Victoria Island
We invite you to share a journey through time and discover the rich culture and traditions of the First People. Our new native village is located in the very heart of Ottawa - on a sacred island just behind Parliament Hill. Enjoy programs including guided tours through the native village, traditional native foods and interactive, vibrant dance demonstrations. All of our programs offer authentic "hands-on" experiences where you can create your own dreamcatcher, help make a basket or cook your own bannock bread over the fire. Truly a unique and authentic experience for all ages.
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