Built in 1931 by CN Railway as part of their rail line hotels, this hotel is popular with guests who favour including a little bit of history with their accommodations.
There are 115 rooms at this hotel, each with free Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV, a mini-fridge, a hair dryer, a coffeemaker and an iron and ironing board. Standard rooms offer one queen and a sofabed or two double beds. Some rooms are a bit more spacious and come with a bathrobe for each guest.
Suites are available with one king or two double beds in a separate bedroom, a living space with a sofabed, bathrobes and either a soaker or a jetted tub. Some have a propane fireplace.
Pets are allowed for $10 per night. Accessible rooms are available at this hotel. There is a terrace and several rooms and ballrooms that are fit for meetings, conventions, banquets and other events.
There are a wide variety of dining options located within a 5- to 10-minute walk from this hotel, but guests can choose to dine on site at Chambers Restaurant and Bar, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. There is also a lobby bar with drinks and a menu with light fare. On-site amenities include free parking, an indoor pool, a gym, a sauna and a hot tub.
Within a 10-minute walk from this hotel are a number of attractions, including Beaconsfield Historic House (one of Charlottetown's most elegant homes, built in 1877) and the Province House Historic Site (birthplace of Canadian Confederation). The Confederation Centre of the Arts, a theatre and art gallery, is also nearby, about a 5-minute walk away. (All distances and travel time estimates: Google Maps)
Confirmed with a front desk agent: Wi-Fi and parking (Call date: April 29, 2013)