Comfort Inn - Highway 401

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

55 Warne Crescent, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 6Z5, Canada

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Comfort Inn - Highway 401
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  • Families43
  • Couples81
  • Solo50
  • Business27
  • Warning to pet lovers!


    Booked a room at Comfort Inn as part of a journey with 2 small pets. They had specifically advertised as 'pet-friendly' and 'non-smoking'.
    The first part is correct; the second part is completely false. There was constant smell of tobacco smoke.
    At a second hotel in this chain, they admitted that no pet were allowed into any non-smoking room. They justified this because "people are alergic to pets, and besides, smokers don't worry about air quality, so pet smells won't bother them."
    In other words, any claim that they are booking you into a smoke-free wing or any smoke-free room, is false.

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The "MURNEY" in Tower??

by SaucyIrishChic

I would like to know about the name "Murney" tower. Who was this person, what was his roll in the building of the tower, what was his familys heritage and background, what was his rank in the army back then and if there is still existing family alive now?
Thank you,
Darlene Murney
Hamilton Ont

Re: The "MURNEY" in Tower??

by leics


should be helpful.

I am sure that if you contact the Kingston Historical Scoiety they will be more than happy to help with any additional information they may have about Henry James Murney (after whom the tower was named).

Kingston Historical Society
P.O. Box 54
Kingston, Ontario

Travel Tips for Kingston

B & Bs

by dwjohnsonla

General tip about Kingston: it is a relatively large city but it has more of a small town feel. It can be a pleasant stop on the way between Montreal and Toronto. It can also be a good place to stay at one of the nice bed and breakfast inns there, and thereby take advantage of the relaxed atmosphere.

Irish heritage

by janika

Kingston has an Irish heritage since the majority of the local population is Irish descent. There are also French and other ethnic cultures present. There were thousands of Irish people came to Canada and landed on the soil at Kingston. These Irish people were refugees from Europe when they had to escape the terrible hunger that was present in their country.

This monument is erected in remembrance of those brave folks. Their great grandchildren are still living in Kingston today.

Lake on the MountainThis is...

by hayward68

Lake on the Mountain
This is situated high above Lake Ontario's Bay of Quinte. For years geographers and scientists have tried to determine how the lake gets its source of fresh water as there is no readily apparent one. Mokawks believed that the lake was a home for spirits and early settlers thought that the lake was bottomless.
Directions: Take highways 401 and 49 to Picton (south of Belleville), then take the Loyalist Parkway or Highway 33 east. From Kingston take the Loyalist Parkway or Highway 33 west to Adolphustown and the ferry to Glenora. Continue east and follow park signs

Cruise the 1000 Islands

by windsorgirl

Just east of Kingston in the St. Lawrence River, you can cruise amongst The Thousand Islands. There are actually over 1800 islands, most of which are privately owned.

I chose to travel with Heritage Islands Cruise which departs from Rockport, 30 kms east of Kingston. Heritage was the only Canadian boat in September that was stopping at the beautiful Boldt Castle mid week. Many other tour boats depart from Kingston, Rockport and Ganonoque but only cruise around the island without stopping.

Apart from Boldt Castle, you will see the Millionaire's Row of stately summer homes each on their own private island. Some of these belong to the inventor of the Bobby Pin and the owner of Wrigley Field, amongst others.

Down by the river

by nivu

"Soldiers, cannons and guns"

We headed out from the National Capital city of Ottawa after Canada Day to visit the first capital city of this country. On our way we stopped at Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg. We arrived in Kingston for supper, stayed the night, then visited Old Fort Henry the next day.

Our boys had a great time pretending they were soldiers. The staff were great, letting them handle military musical instruments, swords and wooden guns.

The staff were also very good at explaining to us adults about military life in the late 1800's.


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 Comfort Inn - Highway 401

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Address: 55 Warne Crescent, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 6Z5, Canada