ByWard Blue Inn

157 Clarence Street, Ottawa, K1N 5P7, Canada

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82%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
27%
59
Very Good
42%
93
Average
13%
29
Poor
9%
20
Terrible
7%
17

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  • Families71
  • Couples77
  • Solo75
  • Business67
  • Worst Hotel in Ottawa

    by

    This place is dirty, small and old. They list it as a three star but it is really a one star hotel. There are many other three star hotels in Ottawa that are much nicer for the same price. The manager said he considered it a three star because it had an alarm clock and a balcony. Do yourself a favor and never stay at this hotel!

    Unique Quality: If you'd like a place to bring a prostitute, be my guest.

    Directions: Market

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Forum Posts

Hit and run meet

by pieter_jan_v

Hi all Ottawanians,

I just got the news I have to do a rush job next week and I might have a spare evening on March 3 or March 4.
I already saw the Senator play a homegame on Tuesday (and the job is next door at Kanata).

My question is: are there some local VT-ers who fancy a quick VT-meeting dinner (or just a drink).

I don't know if I will be tight up with a business related event, but let's see if I can meet up with you for a chance (I have favoured meeting the Torontians in the past; it's your turn now).

I will be staying downtown; the Byward area is an obvious choice.

PJ

Re: Hit and run meet

by Rixie

When are you coming farther west?

Re: Hit and run meet

by pieter_jan_v

Somehow I get the feeling some higher force will let that coincide with the Olympic Winter games.

Be patient, Orange county is calling.


Greetings from the Orange country,


PJ

Travel Tips for Ottawa

a Romantic Walk

by GuyRoy

very scenic, i stayed at the Holiday Inn that was very near to this canal, very close the parliament aswell. shopping areas and downtown. the canal is scenic and good for a walk with your partner, if ur alone doesnt matter, the aura is great.

Parliament Hill

by HORSCHECK

Visit the Parliament Hill with the Parliament Buildings and the famous Peace Tower.
The entrance to the observation deck of the Peace Tower is free and you get a wonderful view of Ottawa and Hull. The free english tours which are mostly held by students are very funny. You get lots of useful information about the buildings and the history of Canada. Furthermore you get in contact with other tourists and the guides.

Ottawa, Canada is a compromise...

by Kentbein

Ottawa, Canada is a compromise between British and French influence, cultures and languages. It is a very nice, pretty, medium sized (330,000) city located alongside the Ottawa River in Ontario Province, Canada. The French explorer Samuel de Champlain “discovered” the area in the year 1613, thereby opening the region to European trappers and settlers. Two hundred forty three years later (1857) Great Britian’s Queen Victoria chose Ottawa to serve as the capital of the United Provinces for all of Canada.

After European trappers, traders and explorers arrived in the 18th and 19th centuries, development began to take hold. In 1800 a man named Philemon Wright established a lumber industry with settlers and lumberjacks from Massachusetts, and gave the name Wrightstown to the settlement across the river from Ottawa. That city is currently called Hull. The photo of the Ottawa Parliament is taken from the Hull side of the river. I don’t know why the name was changed, but Hull is a sprawling city with a very nice view of the Parliament building and the mid rise buildings of Ottawa.

Christ Church Cathedral (Anglican) - (1872)

by yooperprof

Pleasant, moderately (and modestly) adorned Victorian church overlooking Wellington Avenue. "The first church on this site, erected in 1832, was replaced in 1872 by the current structure, designed by King Arnoldi. It became the Cathedral Church of the new diocese in 1895."

Christ Church is at 420 Sparks Street.

experience the Rideau Canal at...

by BackpackNat

experience the Rideau Canal at any time of the year. In the winter the canal turns into the 'World's Longest Skating Rink' and is the focus of Winterlude, one of the biggest winter festivals in North America. Canadians came off as a very friendly people. Ottawa offers a relaxed, european atmosphere with tree-lined streets and unique little shops.

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Address: 157 Clarence Street, Ottawa, K1N 5P7, Canada