BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
238 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, PE C1A 1L5
Phone: 902/892-2461 | Fax: 902/566-2979 | 143 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Nestled in the heart of downtown Charlottetown, the fully renovated BEST WESTERN Charlottetown is ideally located just minutes from the business community. Easy access to shopping, historical landmarks, the waterfront and all that Charlottetown has to offer.
As one of our best guests, you will receive a number of benefits, including a complimentary hot breakfast, complimentary parking, high-speed Internet and free local calls.
Most rooms are equipped with new comfortable pillow top beds and 37-inch HD flat screen televisions. Our 143 room property is the perfect setting for a business trip, meeting, or weekend getaway.
Unwind in our fitness centre and relax in our heated indoor swimming pool. The BEST WESTERN Charlottetown will provide you with a "Home away from Home" every time you stay with us.
The BEST WESTERN Charlottetown promises a relaxing, productive environment with flexible meeting facilities hosting up to 200 people.
A creative food service staff is available to cater to your conference needs. The BEST WESTERN Charlottetown also has one of the best frequent stay programs around which features our world famous Best Western rewards. Property Improvements! Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Exercise facilities
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee
- Indoor pool, heated
- Complimentary breakfast
- Exercise facility, Open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Foreign currency exchange
- 24-hour front desk
- Babysitting on request
- Cold weather hook-ups
- Free parking
- Meeting facilities, there are eight meeting spaces available
- Banquet facilties
- Fax services
- Weight lifting equipment
- Stationary bike
- Locker room
- Inter corridor
- Express check out
- Business center
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Photocopy machine
- Conference services
- Ice/vending machines
- Free parking
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- High-speed Internet access
- Business Center
BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
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BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
Conveniently located, the best western charlottetown in Charlottetown, Atlantic Canada is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 46.237675 / Latitude: -63.122485
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Confederation Bridge. Head northeast on Confederation Bridge-Trans-Canada Highway toward Abegweit Blvd. Continue to follow Trans-Canada Highway, continue onto Capital Drive. Turn right onto University Avenue, turn left onto Grafton Street. Continue to the BEST WESTERN Charlottetown.
From: Wood Islands Ferry Head south on Wood Islands Rd-PE-315 South toward Trans-Canada Highway. Turn right onto Trans-Canada Highway-PE-1 West. Continue onto Grafton Street. The BEST WESTERN Charlottetown will be on the left.
BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Canadian travelers in Atlantic Canada en route to Prince Edward Island will find themselves crossing the world's longest bridge over ice-covered water – the Northumberland Strait. This impressive eight-mile bridge is the Confederation Bridge, and it yields easy access to Charlottetown.
After public debate on whether or not to have a bridge connecting to mainland New Brunswick, the public voted 59.4% in favor of it. Bridge construction was completed in four years, opening on May 31, 1997, using over five thousand construction workers, for a total of one billion dollars.
The three parts of Confederation Bridge are the West Approach Bridge from New Brunswick, the East Approach Bridge from Prince Edward Island and the Main Bridge connecting the two approach bridges.
The bridge features include gentle curves, a long-lasting bituminous road surface, 1.1 metre-high concrete barrier walls, over 7,000 drain ports, a video surveillance system and weather monitoring system. The bridge is intended to last for one hundred years.
Courtesy of Cows Creamery
The Capital City of Charlottetown on the small Maritime province of Prince Edward Island, is home to a variety of historical sites and wonderful attractions.
During your next visit to Atlantic Canada, be sure to include a stop at COWS Creamery, located on the Charlottetown waterfront. This family-friendly creamery began producing their delicious ice cream in 1983, on the Cavendish Boardwalk. All COWS creamery ice cream is made with milk from their Prince Edward Island dairy farms and local ingredients.
After touring the creamery, be sure to sample one of the thirty-two flavors before deciding on your favorite flavor, for your own tasty signature hand-made waffle cone.
By 2006, the creamery began making three kinds of cheese: Cows Creamery Extra Old Cheddar cheese, Cows Creamery Applewood Smoked 2 Year Old Cheddar and Avonlea Clothbound Cheddar cheese. In 2011, the creamery introduced their unsalted and sea-salted butter to their line of products.
Spanning more than 1,800 square kilometres in Newfoundland and Labrador, Gros Morne National Park is the second largest Parks Canada site in Atlantic Canada. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the parks is home to the Gros Morne peak of the Long Range Mountains, the Western Brook Pond, and The Tablelands.
The park is usually reached by air through Deer Lake Regional Airport, or by car or bus with the Marine Atlantic ferry service coming from Nova Scotia. Recreation is heavy at Gros Morne National Park, and can include kayaking, swimming, hiking, and cycling – plus Western Brook Pond Boat Tours. Winter activities are major here as well, and include snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and more.
Enjoy culinary delights in PEI. The Prince Edward Island Fall Flavours Festival is a wonderful culinary celebration in Charlottetown, lasting a month. Attend the festival to taste authentic island food made by local chefs and guest chefs and celebrate Fall. Sign up for Culinary Boot Camp or join in the group to harvest oysters or catch lobsters.
Choose from a variety of fun and exciting hands-on festival events. Feast on bar clams while relaxing on the beach or sample from the selection of Prince Edward Island handcrafted beers at the brewmasters dinner. The best of the land and sea are presented during festival. Make the most of your time in Atlantic Canada.
Prince Edward Island National Park
Plan your next trek through Atlantic Canada and head for Prince Edward Island – make sure you include some time at the Prince Edward Island National Park on your travel agenda. You'll be hard-pressed to find better outdoor accommodations in all of Atlantic Canada.
At roughly 60 meters across, the PEI National Park is fed by the Gulf of St. Lawrence. You'll have access to the park anytime from early May through early to mid-November. Hike, fish, boat, picnic, or lounge on your next visit to PEI. Make the scenic drive in from Charlottetown.
Since the early 1900s, travelers have made their way to Maritime province of Prince Edward Island, in the Atlantic Canada region, for worship. They visited the Roman Catholic St. Dunstan’s Basilica, in downtown Charlottetown, for Catholic church services.
The basilica was named in honor of St. Dunstan, a Glastonbury Anglo Saxon saint. This National Historic Site was completed in 1907, and rebuilt in 1916, after a fire in 1913 damaged the building.
This beautiful High Victorian Gothic Revival style, Roman Catholic Cathedral features pinnacles, twin towers, stained glass, a triple portal entry and large traceried windows. Enjoy a tour of the basilica to admire its beauty and learn more about its rich history, or partake in one of the church services.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 0.01 kilometer(s) from Confederation Court Mall, Featuring brand name fashions, gifts, crafts, boutiques, food service and more.
- 0.01 kilometer(s) from Confederation Centre, One of Canada's premier live theatre houses featuring free outdoor performances, gallery exhibitions, arts education, dining and shopping
- 0.01 kilometer(s) from Peakes Quay, Waterfront area featuring parks, restaurants, and shops
- 0.01 kilometer(s) from Province House NHS, Birthplace of Confederation
- 0.01 kilometer(s) from COWS Creamery, COWS makes our world famous Super Premium Ice Cream
- 0.50 kilometer(s) from Confederation Trail, 400 km of walking and biking trails covering PEI
- 0.75 kilometer(s) from Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from Red Shores, Race Track and Casino
- 5.00 kilometer(s) from Belvedere Golf Course
- 20.00 kilometer(s) from Beaches, World class beaches can be found on every shoreline
- 52.00 kilometer(s) from Confederation Bridge
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Horseback riding
- Skiing (water skiing, jet skiing, snow skiing)
- Ice skating
- 0.50 kilometer(s) from Hunters Ale House, Pub, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
BEST WESTERN Charlottetown
Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Charlottetown. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
2016 Privateer Farmers Market
Each and every Saturday until October 8th, the Liverpool Waterfront in Liverpool, NS, hosts the Privateer Farmers' Market. It opens at 8 a.m.
2016 Halifax Food Truck Parties
King's Wharf Parking Lot in Dartmouth is set to host two fun-filled days of food, festivities, and more. It all gets underway at 4 p.m.
2016 East Coast ParaCon
Everything paranormal, spooky, and downright unexplainable will be on display for three days at the Best Western Hotel and Conference Centre in Liverpool this summer. There will be plenty of festivities, including expert guests and speakers, a ghost walk, and more. Grab your passes today.
2016 Hank Snow Tribute
Celebrate the legendary Hank Snow with Liverpool residents this summer at the Queens Place Emera. Tickets are on sale now.
2016 Halifax Seaport Beerfest
Get a taste of Halifax at the Cunard Centre for two straight days, as local vendors offer up tasty food and brews. Event start time is TBA.
2016 Queens County Fair
All the classic and traditional county fair acitivities come to Caledonia for five whole days. Midway rides, games, petting zoo, great food, and more – grab your passes today.
2016 Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
The scenic city of Fredericton hosts a week of jazz, blues, and cajun concerts across multiple venues. The events are all ages. Event passes or single tickets are available. Plan your trip today.
2016 Christmas on the Mersey
Celebrate the holidays with Liverpool residents with three days of Christmas-themed festivities and events, including live entertainment, and other celebrations. Check the schedule and plan your trip accordingly.
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