Built by Canadian Pacific Railways in 1931, this once-grand hotel hasn't changed much over the years. Many would say it's due for a revamp, but others will love the gently jaded rooms, antique bathrooms, solid doors and opening windows. It's age and the competition in town means bargain rates can be found if you keep your eyes peeled.

Property description

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This elegant hotel in Charlottetown built in 1931 features marble floors and vaulted ceilings. Charlottetown Harbour can be seen from the rooftop garden. Warmly decorated rooms features a flat-screen TV.

Free WiFi is available in the guest rooms at Rodd Charlottetown. A fridge and coffee-making facilities are provided in the rooms. Each room includes dark wood furniture.

Chambers Restaurant & Bar serves seafood and beef for lunch and dinner. A variety of wine is offered. The hotel has a seasonal dinner theatre.

An indoor pool and hot tub are available at the hotel. Guests can exercise in the fitness centre or work in the business centre with fax and photocopying services.

Confederation Centre Art Gallery is 350 metres from Charlottetown Rodd Hotel. The University of Prince Edward Island is 5 minutes’ drive away.

Important information

Upon check-in, photo identification and credit card are required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.