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Hotels in Kingston, Ontario

Kingston, Ontario is a charming city on Lake Ontario. The former capital of Canada, Kingston was founded during the 17th century as a French trading post, before the English took claim to it during the Seven Years War. Consequently, Kingston is rich with history, shown through its Victorian homes and landmarks like Fort Henry and the Rideau Canal.

There's also a thriving arts culture in the area. Many famous Canadian writers, like Michael Ondaatje, Helen Humphreys, and Carolyn Smart, have called Kingston home. Each year, acclaimed festivals for music, film, and literature take place here. Scenic, cultured, and delightful, Kingston is a friendly, inviting city with a big heart.

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Upscale Hotels

Most of Kingston's hotels are located on the shores of Lake Ontario or along Princess Street, the city's main stretch of restaurants and shops. There's no shortage of beautiful, upscale hotels here. With an impressive 4-star rating, Secret Garden Inn is a gorgeous, waterfront bed and breakfast, which neighbours Lake Ontario's iconic shoreline. Inside a historic Victorian building, this inn is filled with lush décor, amazing antiques, and well-appointed rooms.

Each guestroom has a private bathroom, air conditioning, free wifi, and pillow top bed, where you'll be delighted to curl up each night. Breakfast is served fresh each morning and there's an English-style afternoon tea too. At 3 stars apiece, Rosemount Inn & Spa and Delta Hotels by Marriott Kingston Waterfront are two other excellent hotels if you're in the mood to splurge on accommodations.

Mid-Range Hotels

Most of Kingston's hotels fall into the mid-range category. Two of the top-rated choices are Hotel Belvedere and The Queen's Inn, both carrying a 3-star ranking. Built in 1880, Hotel Belvedere is an elegant Victorian hotel with antique-filled rooms and aura of bygone elegance. Its 20 guestrooms are cozy, attractively decorated, and available with king-sized or queen-sized beds.

Meanwhile, The Queen's Inn is another Victorian inn, which has been updated with a sports bar and a brew pub. Its guestrooms are tastefully adorned in traditional 19th-century fabrics and hold downy, spacious beds. Some rooms even feature skylights, which provide a welcoming glow as the sun shines through each morning.

Budget Hotels

For 2-star budget hotels in Kingston, consider staying at Confederation Place Hotel or Econo Lodge Kingston. Located on the lakefront, Confederation Place Hotel benefits from a prime location and low prices, which attract tourists to its pet-friendly, comfortable facilities. On the other hand, Econo Lodge Kingston is further west up Princess Street, making it less well located. However, this cozy hotel has several desirable perks, like free continental breakfast, a computer station, and on-site sports bar, the Manhattan Bar and Grill.