Residence Inn Ottawa Downtown

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

161 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5J2, Canada
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
31%
81
Very Good
43%
112
Average
16%
43
Poor
7%
20
Terrible
1%
4

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 26% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples82
  • Solo72
  • Business69

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list of YMC hotels lists

by Bhuban

please send me cheapest yms hotel lists of Ottawa wich is closet Carleton University.

Thanks

Re: list of YMC hotels lists

by GrumpyDiver

Check out the following link:

http://www.ymcaywca.ca/Adults/shenkmanresidence/

This is the only YMCA residence in Ottawa and it is being renovated until next summer, which means there is very limited space available.

Travel Tips for Ottawa

colors on the way to Kingston

by marielexoteria

Ottawa is very beautiful during autumn, and although we get the same color effect here in Sweden, being there really made me appreciate what I have here. These shots are far from perfect, as they were taken while on the road to Kingston and there's reflection and blur but I like them the way they are. I call them "Colors in Motion".

Bytown

by tvor

The name of the city of Ottawa was originally Bytown and the old Byward Market was the original market spot. The Market today, in addition to a fruit, vegetable and flower market, consists of several blocks of restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops. On one side is the large department store, The Hudson's Bay Company, or The Bay as is usually called and it's attached to a multilevel shopping mall called the Rideau Center. I've spent more than a few hours wandering the streets, browsing in the shops and sampling the restaurants and pubs in the Byward Market.

Rent, borrow (or steal!) a...

by Badger

Rent, borrow (or steal!) a bicycle and spend happy hours away from the traffic of downtown Ottawa wheeling along the river and Rideau canal. It's gorgeous! A vegetarian restaurant called 'The Green Door'. You pay according to the weight of what you eat. I spent a lot!

24 Sussex Drive

by jamiesno

The Prime Minister of Canada lives at 24 Sussex Drive. On the city bus tour they tell you not to try to take pictures because you won't see it driving by.

I wouldn't listen and look at the great picture I got :-)....NOT!!!!

I made the trip by car, which...

by Kentbein

I made the trip by car, which is a great method for traveling both the US and Canada. These two countries cover a LOT of territory, and the best way to veer off discovering as many treasures as possible is from the hard asphalt of the open road. You also have the opportunity to tune in to Canadian politics on the radio, which turns out to be a very lively topic. For instance, part of the debate I listened to concerned a Member of Parliament’s derrogatory comment about the Canadian flag being a “red rag”. This of course was not taken well by the majority of Canadians.

The separatist movement seems to have been around for awhile in Canada but has taken hold in the last ten or twenty years. I’ll have to ask my friend lauriejeanne about the details, I suppose. It seems to be a controversy among the French vs. English, and east vs. west and midlands. I personally think the Maple Leaf is one of the most beautiful flag designs of any nation. Beauty is beauty, regardless of politics. I also love Canada, so I want to see it remain one great nation. Anyone can divide. There’s no honor in that. Staying together takes guts, determination and commitment to the greater good. From what I could tell in my talking to Canadians, they will remain one Canada. My hope is with them.

So. Drive when touring (traveling for Oja and other’s who don’t like the “tour” word) Canada. And listen to their radio. There are also French stations, so you can test your language skills during the commercials!!

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 Residence Inn Ottawa Downtown

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Address: 161 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5J2, Canada