Editor's Top 5 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$127 CAD
Well-liked and pet-friendly downtown Moncton hotel with outdoor pool and free breakfast

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, free parking
  • Many guests were pleased with the hotel's affordable rates
  • The hotel's rooms were deemed clean and comfortable by numerous lodgers
  • Several reviewers enjoyed the quality and variety of the free breakfast
  • Many guests were very pleased with the hotel's recent renovations
Cons
  • Some guests reported dated and small bathrooms
  • A few complained of hearing plumbing sounds
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Book from ~$70 CAD
Moncton hotel near airport with indoor pool, family suites & popular free hot breakfast 

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, parking, pet stays
  • Rooms were judged to be clean and comfortable by many guests
  • Many guests were very pleased with the service of the staff
  • Wi-Fi was rated as very good overall by guests
  • Location was very well liked for its convenience to highway, airport, shopping, groceries and restaurants
  • This hotel was considered to offer good value by many guests
Cons
  • No elevator
  • A few guests said the in-room furniture was dated
  • A couple of guests found the pool small
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Book from ~$104 CAD
Highly praised Moncton hotel near downtown with tidal bore views & free hot breakfast 

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, hot breakfast, parking, local calls
  • Rooms were clean and spacious with comfy beds
  • Location was just off highway, the Riverside boardwalk and an easy walk to the downtown core, shopping and restaurants
  • Staff were pleasant, very helpful and informative
  • Breakfast was very good and plentiful
  • Guests often were pleased with the value
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Occasionally guests complained of hearing traffic from Main Street
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Book from ~$121 CAD
Newer northwest Moncton hotel near Hwy 2 with comfy beds, free breakfast and family suites

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast, free parking
  • Guests liked this hotel's proximity to Casino New Brunswick and to restaurants
  • Good customer service, according to guests
  • Guests said rooms were clean and well kept
Cons
  • A few guests found the lack of elevator inconvenient
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Book from ~$61 CAD
Well-liked downtown Moncton motel with daily, weekly and monthly rates and kitchenettes

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, free coffee
  • Many guests were delighted with their spacious and well-equipped rooms
  • Many guests appreciated the hotel manager for his sincere hospitality and outstanding service
  • Many guests said the staff were very accommodating
  • The central downtown location was praised by many guests for being close to the Via Rail station, shopping and dining
  • Many guests felt they had received good value at this hotel
  • Many guests planned to return and highly recommended the hotel
Cons
  • Noise transfer was reported by some lodgers

8 Other Hotels Close to Moncton Coliseum

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$87 CAD
Moncton hotel with indoor pool, free Wi-Fi, free breakfast and free parking
Location
Situated in a commercial and industrial neighbourhood on Highway 126 (Mountain Road), this Howard Johnson is a 3-minute drive from the coliseum.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, free continental breakfast
  • Guests perceived good value with the room rate
  • Helpful staff, according to guests
  • Guests liked this hotel's proximity to shopping and to downtown Moncton
Cons
  • Some guests were disappointed with the pool area
  • A few guests had issues with clogged drains and hot water
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Book from ~$50 CAD
3-minute drive from city centre, reasonable rates, good staff, mixed room reviews
Location
Overlooking Jones Lake, this motel is a 6-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking
  • Numerous guests were pleased with the hotel's inexpensive rates
  • The hotel's rooms were found to be clean and renovated by many lodgers
  • Several reviewers were pleased with the level of customer service they received
Cons
  • A few guests reported small rooms, spotty Wi-Fi and noise transfer
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Book from ~$114 CAD
Pet-friendly northwest Moncton hotel near Magnetic Hill with high ratings and steakhouse
Location
Situated just off of the Trans-Canada Highway (1-minute drive), the Future Inn is across from Mapleton Park and just an 8-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, pets stay free
  • Most guests complimented the staff and service
  • Several reviewers praised the location, close to the highway, shopping, and restaurants
  • The rooms were a source of many compliments
Cons
  • Some guests had issues with noise transfer
  • A few guests felt the hotel should have had a pool and more exercise equipment
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$128 CAD
Popular downtown Moncton with free airport shuttle, indoor pool and jacuzzi suite
Location
True to its name, the Crowne Plaza is situated in downtown Moncton, just a 7-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, airport shuttle, pet stays, local calls, newspapers
  • Many guests enjoyed large, quiet and comfortable rooms
  • Many reviewers found the hotel well located for accessing downtown destinations on foot
  • A few reviewers enjoyed the indoor pool area
  • Guests found the staff polite and accommodating
  • Guests typically enjoyed the breakfast at the restaurant
  • Several liked the conference facilities and service
Cons
  • Self-parking is $10 and valet parking is $13 per day
  • Occasionally guests complained of noise transfer from guests
  • A few guests found their rooms dated
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Book from ~$149 CAD
Highly praised northwest Moncton hotel with indoor pool, waterslide, kitchenettes & jacuzzis
Location
North of the Trans-Canada Highway and surrounded by green, open space, this Hampton Hotel is a 9-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, breakfast, parking, light weekday hospitality meals
  • Many guests described the rooms as clean and generally comfortable
  • Many reviewers praised the food at the free breakfast
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly service
  • Several guests thought that the hotel was well located for exploring the area by car
  • A few reviewers thought that the room rates were reasonable
Cons
  • No on-site restaurant
  • A couple of guests thought that the dining area for the free breakfast was too small
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Book from ~$135 CAD
Downtown Moncton boutique hotel with modern decor, free breakfast and award-winning pub
Location
This boutique hotel is surrounded by historical buildings in downtown Moncton, just an 8-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free continental breakfast
  • Many guests praised their modern and spacious rooms
  • The hotel's staff were found to be professional and efficient
  • Several lodgers complimented the quality and atmosphere of the hotel's restaurant
  • The hotel validates off-site parking
Cons
  • No elevator
  • No on-site parking
  • The hotel's lack of elevator was a disappointment to a few reviewers
  • Some guests complained of hearing music from the on-site pub
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$121 CAD
Popular downtown Moncton hotel with indoor pool and waterslide and jacuzzi suites
Location
This Delta hotel is surrounded by shops and restaurants in Moncton's city centre, just a 7-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Most guests found the staff and service to be friendly and efficient
  • Several reviewers enjoyed their rooms, describing them as clean, spacious, and modern
  • The location was praised by many, who cited its close proximity to restaurants and shopping
Cons
  • Parking is $12.95 per day
  • Some guests had complaints about noise transfer from the street and adjacent rooms
  • A few guests were disappointed their particular rooms didn't include certain amenities
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$177 CAD
Highly praised downtown Moncton hotel with indoor pool, kitchen suites and Keg restaurant
Location
This all-suite facility is surrounded by shops and restaurants on Main Street in downtown Moncton and is just a 7-minute drive from the arena.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast
  • Many guests praised the accommodating and friendly staff
  • The hotel's location was considered close to shops, restaurants and the airport by numerous reviewers
  • Several lodger were pleased with their spacious and well-equipped rooms
Cons
  • Parking is $15 per night
  • A few guests were disappointed with the additional parking fee and size of the parking lot
  • Noise disturbances from loud guests were reported by a couple of reviewers

Tips For Staying Near Moncton Coliseum

Location
Just east of downtown Moncton, the Moncton Coliseum and arena are home to the Moncton Wildcats (CHL) and the Moncton Miracles (NBL), as well as a rotating roster of concerts and trade shows.
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Getting Around
For those hoping to figure out the best seats in the house before buying tickets online, concert bowl seating, as well as sports seating set-ups, can be viewed online.

Downtown Moncton is an approximate 10-minute drive away, while the Greater Moncton International Airport is an approximate 15-minute drive away. Highway 15 (Wheeler Blvd) is a 2-minute drive from the complex and the Trans-Canada Highway is an approximate 10-minute drive away.

Codiac Transpo serves the Moncton area. Unfortunately, the system is not integrated into Google Maps, however, route #71 serves the Moncton Coliseum from the Trinity Centre Power Centre transit terminal at the top of Wheeler Blvd. Single-ride fares for all ages are $2.25. For more information and route maps, visit their website.
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Dining
All food concessions can be found on the east upper concourse level and hockey-themed Legends restaurant is available for catering as well as game-day meals.
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Entertainment
From concerts and games throughout the year, as well as numerous tradeshows, the Moncton Coliseum is Atlantic Canada's entertainment complex. A complete events listing can be downloaded off of their website.
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Other Tips
During the winter months, the coliseum opens up the arena on non-event or set-up days for people to walk the mile lap around the arena. Running is not permitted, and a calendar and more information can be found on their website.
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