Conways' Inn

1155 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario, K7M 3E1, Canada
Knights Inn Kingston
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Expedia.com Travelocity Priceline.com

37%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
8%
2
Very Good
29%
7
Average
0%
0
Poor
4%
1
Terrible
58%
14

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Solo
  • Families33
  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business33

More about Kingston

Photos

'Com Ga Nuong' and 'Com Curry Thit Bo/Tom''Com Ga Nuong' and 'Com Curry Thit Bo/Tom'

We meet the M.V. 'Glenora' while crossingWe meet the M.V. 'Glenora' while crossing

Niagara FallsNiagara Falls

Kingston port and city hallKingston port and city hall

Forum Posts

September visit to Kingston..Accommodations

by sedona2

Hello:

I plan to visit Kingston
in September, after Labour Day
take the train..
will peruse your tips..
but plse..

what would be a good b and b
or hotel to stay at..
not really fancy.. but nice..
Want to stay for a week
so dont want to spend $l50.. a night..

kindly e mail
pheasant782@hotmail.ca

tks..

any other tips.. post please

or people who want to be contacted..
I will visit pals..
am an avid nature and bird watcher..


Sedona

RE: September visit to Kingston..Accommodations

by airkarat

The bed and breakfast accomodations in Canada can be an affordable way to travel - some are country inns and some are comfortable rooms in private residences. A good directory is www.bbcanada.com.

You may have a higher price for being right in Kingston itself. If you are able to get around by car you may be able to find more affordable accomodations outside the city in the country or in one of the historical towns surrounding Kingston.

RE: September visit to Kingston..Accommodations

by zembah

We stayed at a wonderful B&B in downtown Kingston. The Frontenac Arms located on William Street.

Wonderful hosts and breakfast, duvet bedding close to shops and bars our own jacuzzi.

We only paid 85.00 per night and it was well worth it.

Travel Tips for Kingston

The Waterfront Walkway

by Highbrae

Kingston is built on the water and we seem to have an abundence of it everywhere, however there have been more that a few people upset by the amount of development along our waterfront. Here is a tip that few visitors know. There is actually a walkway that will allow you to walk all along the Kingston Waterfront between the buildings and the water. You will find it at almost any point where a city street goes to the water, then pick a direction and enjoy the views of Wolfe Island and Lake Ontario from the city side.

IN ONTARIO, when at a red...

by Deus_ultima

IN ONTARIO, when at a red light, if you want to turn right, look to your left and if no one is comming, GO!!
:)

YES, YOU CAN TURN RIGHT ON RED LIGHTS!! All you have to do is be carefull, do a complete stop, let people and bikes pass..and that's about it.

Boldt Castle (1000 Islands area)

by sunnywong

Boldt Castle in the 1000 Islands Region of the St. Lawrence River stands as a remembrance of the magnificence of a bygone era...a monument of love on Heart Island of George C. Boldt for his wife Louise. This romantic Island provides the setting for the saddest true love story ever told.
There are six impressive structures to explore on Heart Island - Boldt Castle, the Power House, the Alster Tower, the Hennery, the Arch, and a stone gazebo. Exhibits in the various structures and a 15 minute video presentation offer a look into the lifestyle of George and Louise Boldt, along with a history of the 1000 Islands region and the restoration efforts on Heart Island. (Visit my travelogue for more photos about the castle.)

Murney Tower Museum

by sunnywong

Built in 1846 at the time of the Oregon Crisis, Murney Tower was an addition to the defensive fortifications of Kingston. It is one of the finest Martello Towers in North America and served as military housing for more than 40 years after its completion. Operating as a museum since 1925, the tower has 3 floors that display a collection of military and domestic artifacts of 19th century Kingston.

A beautiful drive to Kingston

by Bwana_Brown

My wife and I had to make a 1400-kilometre (870-mile) mad dash to Toronto for a family wedding, taking divided superhighways the whole way, including passing through Montreal. As a result, we decided to slow down an smell the roses a bit on our homeward leg by taking a secondary highway route to beautiful Kingston, Ontario. This city is located where the Great Lakes empty into the mighty St. Lawrence River amid a confusing array of small islands - known as the Thousand Islands area. We did not have a lot of spare time to spend in Kingston itself, but the beautiful lakeside drive through farmlands and historic small towns left us well satisfied with our decision! The entire coast along this part of Lake Ontario is full of historic buildings dating from the 1780s when British 'Loyalists' fled north from the American Revolution and began their new lives along this watery 'highway' of Quebec and eastern Ontario.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Kingston

Green Acres Inn

2480 Princess Street, Kingston

Show Prices

Four Points Hotel & Suites Kingston

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

285 King Street East, Kingston

Show Prices

Rest Inn Motel

686 Princess Street, Kingston

Show Prices

Travelodge Hotel Kingston LaSalle

2360 Princess Street, Kingston

Show Prices

View all Kingston hotels

View all Kingston hotels

Latest Kingston hotel reviews

Seven Oakes Motel
167 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Rest Inn Motel
118 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 2, 2014
Executive Inn and Suites
24 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 16, 2014
Alexander Henry
3 Reviews & Opinions
Super 8 Motel Kingston
103 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 31, 2014
Welcome Traveller Motel
10 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Nov 14, 2013
Travelodge Hotel Kingston LaSalle
62 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 31, 2014
The Queens Inn
43 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 1, 2013
First Canada Inns
109 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Green Acres Inn
148 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Comfort Inn Midtown
48 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 7, 2014
Days Inn Kingston
99 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 2, 2014
Four Points Hotel & Suites Kingston
242 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Comfort Inn - Highway 401
65 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Dec 20, 2013