Feb 25, 2020 - Feb 26, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Charlottetown is the capital and largest city of Canada's smallest province, Prince Edward Island. Located adjacent to the Charlottetown Harbour, this gorgeous seaside city features waterfront boardwalks, boat tours, and delicious seafood. Charlottetown's peak tourist season is between May and October when the weather ranges from mild to warm. Once your flights to Charlottetown are booked, finalize your travel plans with Skyscanner's hotel search tools. Simply enter your destination and travel dates, then confirm the number of rooms required. Skyscanner will search and compare all available accommodations to get you the best deals on Charlottetown hotels.
Charlottetown is home to several great hotels with extremely favourable reviews, based on real guest experiences. With its central location, friendly staff, and fair prices, the Hillhurst Inn is a guest favourite. Rooms at the Inn are traditionally decorated with warm colours and wooden accents. The room rates also include free Wi-Fi, free parking, and free breakfast.
The Great George is another popular hotel located near Charlottetown's city centre. Rooms at the Great George are slightly pricier but include many amenities like free Wi-Fi, cable TV, plush terrycloth bathrobes, and access to a full fitness centre. In addition to a free continental breakfast, guests also have access to complimentary bottled water, coffee and tea, and treats like freshly baked cookies.
If you want to save your travel budget for meals and activities, there are many Charlottetown hotels which come in at an affordable $100 CAD or less per night. The Charlottetown Inn and Conference Centre is a budget-friendly three star hotel located in the centre of the city. With meeting and conference facilities as well as a full business centre, it is a favourite for business travellers. And with over 140 guest rooms available, the Inn is also a great choice for family vacations.
The Slumber Westhill B&B is a charming inn perfect for travelling couples. Though it is located only minutes from downtown Charlottetown, it is tucked away in a quiet subdivision for privacy. The bright, spacious rooms come at an affordable price, with the nightly rates also including free parking, free Wi-Fi, and a free full breakfast.
One of the most popular tourist attractions in Charlottetown is the waterfront Victoria Park. Established over 200 years ago, the park has grown from just a block of land to a key spot for residents and visitors to meet, play, and relax. The park is made up of vast green spaces, walking trails, gardens, and many play areas. With so much to see and do, booking a hotel near Victoria Park is a decision you aren't likely to regret.
The Holman Grand Hotel is a four star hotel located about a five-minute drive from Victoria Park. The hotel has excellent reviews from couples and families alike. Rooms at the Holman are all bright and airy, with gorgeous hardwood floors and great views of the city and the harbour. Alternatively, the Inn on the Harbour is located a little further from Victoria Park, at about ten minutes away. The small inn is made up of seven spacious, private rooms, most of which offer incredible water views.
Charlottetown has it all. Fine dining, Racetrack and casino with poker,theatre, museum, shopping. A great place to explore!
Explore the unique shops and cultural restaurants in downtown Charlottetown.
Really cute spot in the Maritime provinces and a definite must see! It's a small town, rich with culture and a quaint warm local vibe. Make a point of going to the Red Cliffs and of course Anne of Green Gables house. Helpful hint: if you're driving, pay attention to the weather, the Confederate Bridge will close if the wind is bad and you'll have to wait overnight to cross.
Charlottetown is the capital of Canada's smallest province, and the home of Confederation. It's a small city - barely qualifying as such - that's beautiful to walk around. The people are friendly and accommodating, and the summer months are full of tourist activities.