Find the right place to stay
in the National Capital Region
As the city of Ottawa is both a major tourist destination in the Province of Ontario and also the seat of the countrys federal government it has a multitude of accommodations of all kinds to service every type of visitor.
From 4 star deluxe hotels to quaint bed and breakfast accommodations you will easily be able to find the right place to stay to satisfy your needs and budget.
The most prominent and well-known place to stay in the city is without a doubt the Fairmont Chateau Laurier
(pictured at left). A destination and attraction in itself it majestically rises above the centre of the city and sits close to its three most visited attractions:
- Rideau Canal
- Parliament Buildings
- Byward Market
Lavishly decorated with period style furnishings this landmark has long been the place to stay for visitors to the city.
Of course as the city has grown in international stature is has also increased the number of places to stay for dignitaries and tourists alike. All the major chains are represented and once you pinpoint where you would like to stay finding the right Ottawa accommodations to satisfy your needs should be relatively easy.
One site that I have found to be extremely useful for booking my Ottawa hotels and accommodations is www.ottawahotelsltd.com
. Very easy to navigate and use it offers competitive prices and in-depth reviews on all listings. From the most luxurious rooms to neighborhood guesthouses the site has quite a large selection of choices.
Whatever site or accommodation you end up choosing the city of Ottawa will surely make a lasting impression on any visitor. I have been there on a few occasions myself and it remains one of my favourite destinations in the province.
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