Midtown Motel & Suites

61 Weldon St., Moncton, E1C 5V9, Canada

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Midtown Motel & Suites
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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples76
  • Solo85
  • Business82
  • Worst Service Ever


    My husband and I had stayed there over 1 month ago with our 7 month old. There were a few things that did not sit well with us : 1) they required a $200 deposit 2) new ownership - very rude- ubrupt staff 3) upon leaving they come in to inspect to ensure u do or do not get your damage deposit- that is fine until the female owner accused\ assumed that baby crap was on the comfortor when in actuality it was my mistake of spilling only a bit of baby food on it and I acknowledged that to her* I asked her if it could be washed and at first she said no* I would then only assume that she banked on giving another renter the same bedding without washing because she said * well you wouldn't want me to give this comfortor to u if it looked like this* the whole thing taken way out of porportion. If I pay for a room I want all assumptions of cleanliness and they were reluctant to give the deposit back- howe ever I was not going to leave without it! Spillage mistakes happen but before we left we put that room back like the maid would have and given the attitude- we should have left it. Never going back and NEVER recommending this place- Colonial Inn here we come!

    Unique Quality: No comment*

    Directions: Right up from the train station in Moncton.

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Renting an RV

by mclachlb

Is it possible to rent an RV in Moncton for touring in P.E.I at a reasonal rate?

Re: Renting an RV

by Redlats

Define reasonable.

Googling NB RV rentals finds two RV rental companies within an hour of Moncton.

Rates are from "from $60" to "from $185" per day (depending on the type of RV/motor home) with lots of add-ons (HST, propane, gas, mileage, bedding, etc. etc.).

If you find something more reasonable, be sure to post it here.

Re: Renting an RV

by babygrand

Careful to check out for insurance, as you are crossing provincial lines. Also you need to make sure the company you rent from is aware that you are leaving the province. Shouln't be a problem, but there are some gnatty little laws that can affect movement between the provinces. (And I did mean Gnatty, as in like whose gnat-like brain came up with that?)

Travel Tips for Moncton


by fairy_dust

New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province, so everything is shown in English and French. For example, a stop sign will have both "stop" and "arret" written on it. Most of the French-speaking people in Moncton are Acadians, and Acadian culture is a very big part of New Brunswick. Most Acadians and many other people are bilingual.

Hopewell Rocks Park

by Lisser

Massive columns of rock, wearing wigs of gnarled evergreens, stand on absurdly narrow stems of stone. Carved by the mighty tides of the Bay of Fundy, these natural sculptures are nicknamed the 'flowerpot rocks.' During low tide, visitors can pick their way down to the beach and explore rocky columns, caves and crevices. At high tide, the Bay rises to fill the caves and turns the 'flowerpots' into rocky islands! The best time to visit the park is three hours before until three hours after low tide.
Really something to see!!


by fairy_dust

Moncton is a small city in the Maritimes. It's a nice place to visit and often a pit stop for people travelling out of the Maritimes. Since New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province, everything in Moncton is in English and French, and Acadian culture is very common. Moncton is big enough to be considered a city, but it is still small enough to have a bit of a quiet small-town atmosphere.

ShanMonster's new Moncton Page

by ShanMonster

I used to live in Moncton for a few years.

I don't find it's the prettiest place to live. The Petitcodiac River, colloquially known as the Chocolate River, runs through Moncton, and looks more like fecal matter than chocolate.

However, there is beauty if you know where to look for it. The downtown area has been revitalized, and is beginning to look rather nice. Moncton also has an attractive urban skyline, and a vital arts scene. Be on the lookout for frequent cultural events, and make sure you check out the thriving belly dance scene. It's one of Moncton's hidden treasures.

Centennial Park is a nice place to go to commune with nature, as is nearby, and dreadfully fantastic Fundy National Park. Fundy Park must be one of the most beautiful places in the entire world.


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Address: 61 Weldon St., Moncton, E1C 5V9, Canada