Charlottetown

Oct 26, 2019 - Oct 27, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Adorned in an interesting mix of modern and classic European architecture, Charlottetown is located in the southern region of Prince Edward Island and offers quick access to the harbor. It is home to a delicious assortment of seafood, locally grown fruits and vegetables, and plenty of fine urban attractions. If you are looking for a vacation destination that is close to home, yet offers a worldly experience, keep Charlottetown on your radar, and let Skyscanner help you find the most affordable lodging options available.

Cheap Hotels in Charlottetown

Charlottetown has a fine selection of hotels that you can snag up for a reasonable price when you use Skyscanner's hotel booking tool to make your reservation. This city offers economy rooms at hotels like Sherwood Inn, Charlottetown Inn & Conference Centre, and Canada's Best Value Inn & Suites for less than $100 a night. You can also splurge for a mid-grade room at hotels like Comfort Inn or Rodd Charlottetown for under $200 per night.

Theme and Boutique Hotels in Charlottetown

Whether you are looking for something that is modern and chic or European craftsman style, there is a hotel room in Charlottetown that is right for you. You can find cottage style rooms complete with decorative floral wallpaper and antique furniture or ones that are adorned in nautical fixtures that celebrate the maritime culture of the area. If you love history, keep Fairholm National Historic Inn on your radar. This 1838 mansion that was reconstructed to accommodate those who are looking for something a little different.

Transportation to Hotels in Charlottetown

The quickest way to get to Charlottetown and the surrounding hotels is via the Charlottetown Airport. This airport is located less than four miles from the city and offers public transportation through the city bus system. You can also hail a taxi, arrange for hotel shuttle service, or reserve a car using Skyscanner's car rental tool that can be picked up at the airport. Charlottetown Airport offers rental cars from the following companies: 

Are There Luxury Hotels in Charlottetown?

Yes! Charlottetown offers a variety of 4 and 5-star luxury hotels that will make you feel like a king or queen. There are options with great views of the harbor, or tower hotels in downtown that offer convenient access to shopping, restaurants, theatrical performances, and more. Check out the amenities offered at fine hotels, like The Holman Grand Hotel, Delta Hotels by Marriott Prince Edward, and others.

Must-See Attractions in Charlottetown

You can't travel to Prince Edward Island without spending some time at the harbor, and Charlottetown has plenty of beautiful beaches and waterfront recreational areas that are worth exploring. This city also has a military battery that was constructed in 1805 and welcomes visitors to stop by and learn about local history. While you are in town, hop on a City Highlights Bus, stroll around Victoria Row, or even check out the Green Gables House.

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What are travelers saying about Charlottetown?

9.8
History Buffs
8.2
Family Travelers
6.7
Art & Design Lovers
6.7
Foodies
6.7
Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member reviews (12)
chris
chrisMelbourne, Florida, USA
1/30/17

Charlottetown has it all. Fine dining, Racetrack and casino with poker,theatre, museum, shopping. A great place to explore!

Kathy And Dave S
Kathy And Dave S
12/2/16

Explore the unique shops and cultural restaurants in downtown Charlottetown.

Darren Anderson
Darren AndersonSan Francisco, California, USA
10/28/15

Really cute spot in the Maritime provinces and a definite must see! It's a small town, rich with culture and a quaint warm local vibe. Make a point of going to the Red Cliffs and of course Anne of Green Gables house. Helpful hint: if you're driving, pay attention to the weather, the Confederate Bridge will close if the wind is bad and you'll have to wait overnight to cross.

Sean Brady
Sean BradyToronto, Ontario
1/6/17

Charlottetown is the capital of Canada's smallest province, and the home of Confederation. It's a small city - barely qualifying as such - that's beautiful to walk around. The people are friendly and accommodating, and the summer months are full of tourist activities.

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of $92 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Charlottetown is August, with an average price of $215 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was $108 per night. This is 15% less than the average nightly price of $125 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Charlottetown, the expected average temperature in October is 9.7°C/49.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 21.8°C/71.2°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging -11.2°C/11.8°F.
The nearest airport to Charlottetown is Charlottetown (YYG) (3.31 miles).

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