Places to Stay

75 Kent St., Charlottetown
902-894-7371, 1-800-565-7633

Insider’s Tip

Rood Charlottetown has a roof-top patio and garden with fabulous views of downtown Charlottetown and the waterfront.

Take a step back in time and experience old world elegance, nestled in the heart of historic Downtown Charlottetown. Originally built in 1931 as one of the great Canadian National Railway Hotels, The Rodd Charlottetown features the charm and grandeur of that time, which will leave you with a sense of wonder and excitement as soon as you arrive at the front steps.

As you step into the grand lobby of this 4.5 star hotel, with its marble floors and vaulted high ceilings, you’ll instantly be transported into a world expertly preserved in time with the added luxury of today’s modern comforts. You will find rooms tastefully adorned with period-inspired furnishings, draperies, and linens. The private 5th floor is home to grand suites featuring large soaker tubs, fireplaces, and Jacuzzis for ultimate relaxation during your stay.

Just off the lobby, you’ll find the Chambers Restaurant and Bar, Charlottetown’s historic gathering place, where you can wine and dine on an excellent selection of wine, spirits, and taps and a menu of Island cuisine that’s sure to tantalize your taste buds. Finish your day watching the sun set from the rooftop patio and garden, which offers sweeping views of the city below. Enjoy convenient access to a fitness room, indoor pool, and sauna.

The Rodd Charlottetown is situated in the downtown core — about half a block away from the Confederation Centre of the Arts, shops, restaurants, and attractions — making it an ideal location for experiencing all that Charlottetown has to offer.

With its promise of a unique stay and excellent service, it’s easy to understand why The Rodd Charlottetown has remained a beloved place to stay for visitors and Islanders alike.


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