Confederation Place Hotel

237 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2Z4, Canada
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Plan to visit Kingston .. Sept or Oct.. anyone want to meet for coffee

by sedona2

Plse let me know

visiting and touring
but like to meet new people

tks ..

see my profile


Re: Plan to visit Kingston .. Sept or Oct.. anyone want to meet for coffee

by harrison_c


Good Deal!!!

I have two coach tickets from Toronto to Kingston. One ticket is on September 11 2009, 6:00pm from Scarborough Town Centre to KIngston. One ticket is on September 11 2009, 8:00pm from Scarborough Town Centre to KIngston. And they both return on September 12 2009, 9:15pm from Kingston to Scarborough Town Centre. Each round-ticket costs only $43 CAD. If you want, please contact me at 416-712-0231.


Travel Tips for Kingston

A little piece of Sweden in Wolfe Island

by marielexoteria

I found Wasa bread in a small shop in Wolfe Island...definitely did not expect seeing it there. I didn't even think that bread was available outside of Scandinavia (maybe at an Ikea shop), to be honest, but it made me smile.

Buying alcool is weird and...

by Deus_ultima

Buying alcool is weird and kinda annoying in Ontario. Contrarily to Quebec, where you can buy beer at every corner store, here, you can only buy them in beer stores!

You go in (people 25 and under be prepared to show i.d.) and you look at the wall where all the choice of beers are exposed. THEN, you go in line and tell this person what you want. Then the person calls the backstore and your case comes rolling on some rolling slide thing.. anyways.

Tim Horton

by Deus_ultima about Tim Horton

You'll fnd Tim Horton's donut shops (started by a ex-hockey player) all over Canada. BUT the amount of these places in Kingston is just ridiculous..
Anyways..if ever your hungry and see one..but your not that hungry.. cross the street and you'll probably see another one within 500 metres.'s a donut place, so..then again, I don't eat sweets..but the coffee is ok.

Boldt Castle

by windsorgirl

Boldt Castle is located on Heart Island and was built by the manager of the famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. He wanted to create a fairy tale castle for his beloved wife Louise.

The 120 room castle was modeled after 16th century European buildings and no expense was spared in its design or construction. 300 skilled artisans, craftsmen and builders were working on the site when a telegram arrived in January 1904 advising that Louise had died and that all work was to stop immediately. The castle was left, unfinished to deteriorate until The Thousand Islands Bridge Authority from the State of NY assumed ownership and began a rehabilitation program in 1977.

Today you can tour the grounds, and the finished first floor, but the remaining 5 floors are left as they were, in a state of semi completion. It is a sad story and you will have to imagine the luxury and happiness that might have been.

Admission $5.25 US. see the website for hours of operation.

Canada's First Capital

by Highbrae

"The Limestone City"

Kingston is very old by Canadian Standards as the city dates from the 18th century, and some of the buildings are still standing. Most of the downtown is built of Limestone giving the city a very unique look. As the first capital, Kingston felt it had an image to maintain and the old buildings did it proud. Unfortunately, at a time when the Americans were an invasion threat from across Lake Ontario, it didn't make sense to have a capital on the waterfront and so it was moved to Ottawa.

"Festivals and Events"

Kingston is a city of festivals and special events. Beginning with FebFest in, when else February, Kingston celebrates all that is winter in Canada, from Figure Skating demonstrations and the oldest rivelry in Ice Hockey on the rink at Market Square to the Buskers Rendezvous in August.


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 Confederation Place Hotel

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Address: 237 Ontario Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2Z4, Canada