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Cartier Place Suite Hotel Star Rating 3        
180 Cooper Street

This Downtown all-suite hotel is a 14-minute walk from Parliament Hill and an 11-minute walk from the Rideau Centre.The straightforward 1- and 2-bedroom suites have kitchens, and living rooms with dining areas and pull-out sofas, plus balconies, complimentary Wi-Fi and TVs; some have whirlpool tubs. An upgraded suite adds a gas fireplace, washer/dryer and dining table for 8.
Ottawa Apartment Suite Star Rating 4        
50 Laurier Avenue East

Ottawa Apartment Suite offers luxury accommodation in Ottawa and is moments on foot from Laurier Bus Station. It also features a gym, an outdoor pool and a sauna.Guests of this 4-star property can book excursions with the assistance of the tour desk.
Tranquil Acres Guest House        
6857 Third Line Rd. South Kars

Tranquil Acres Guest House provides a comfortable setting when in Ottawa.The guest house has 4 rooms, all of which are equipped with a range of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport is a 50-minute drive from Tranquil Acres Guest House.
The Boston 'T' Bed and Breakfast        
106 Falcon Brook Rd

The Boston 'T' Bed and Breakfast is located in Ottawa and offers free Wi-Fi. It also features a swimming pool.The Boston 'T' Bed and Breakfast offers a comfortable room, equipped to suit the requirements of any traveller.
Windsong Manor Bed & Breakfast        
1342 Corkery Road

Windsong Manor Bed & Breakfast provides a comfortable setting while in Ottawa. Guests can also enjoy free internet in all areas.Those staying at the hotel can make the most of the property's gardens.
Prince of Wales Bed and Breakfast        
2028 Price Of Wales Drive

Prince of Wales Bed and Breakfast is situated in Nepean, just 15 minutes from Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport. It is located a brief stroll from the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway Federal Bridge.The hotel has 5 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
A Voyageur Guest Apartments        
95 Arlington Avenue

A Voyageur Guest Apartments is situated conveniently in Ottawa and is minutes from Ottawa Central Station. It is ideally located for guests wishing to visit local attractions.A Voyageur Guest Apartments has comfortable rooms, designed to fit the requirements of any traveller.
Albert at Bay Suite Hotel Star Rating 3        
435 Albert Street

This polished all-suite hotel is 1.3 km from Parliament Hill and a 14-minute walk from the Canadian War Museum.Elegant 1-and 2-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchens and separate living rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, coffeemaking facilities and balconies.
ARC The Hotel Star Rating 4        
140 Slater Street

Set in Downtown, this sophisticated hotel is 2 blocks from Confederation Park, 6 minutes' walk from the National Arts Centre and a 7-minute walk from the neo-gothic buildings on Parliament Hill.The sleek rooms and suites feature Egyptian linens, coffeemakers, high-speed Internet access (fee) and complimentary Belgian chocolates, green apples and water. Suites add bathrooms clad in tile and marble, plus Roman-style tubs.
Best Western Plus Ottawa City Centre Star Rating 3        
1274 Carling Avenue

This straightforward city centre hotel is 4.8 km from the Canadian War Museum and 6.5 km from the Rideau Canal historic site and park.
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Ottawa is a culture-rich city that welcomes some seven million visitors each year. With a vast assortment of museums and architectural points of interest, most of those seven million visitors go home with a positive impression of the city. The majority of visitors use Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport (YOW) as their gateway to the city, although larger international airports in Toronto and Montreal can also provide passage. Ottawa's airport is located about five miles south of downtown, with taxis, shuttles and hire cars serving as transportation between the two. When it comes to architecture in the city, Ottawa's French roots are very much on display. Not to be mistaken for its Parisian counterpart, Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica is an impressive offering for any all denominations. The Chateau Laurier hotel is another example of French architecture and worthy of a visit even if you're staying elsewhere.

Not all of Ottawa's landmarks feature a French influence. Parliament Hill - the seat of the country's government - features a neo-Gothic feel that would sit comfortably alongside some of London's famed landmarks. The expansive building is hard to miss, and serves as a photo backdrop for tourists throughout the year. Visitors to Ottawa will find no shortage of museums and cultural institutes to visit. Among the most popular are the Canadian Museum of Nature, the Canada Science and Technology Museum, and the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum. Other popular attractions include the Canadian Museum of Civilization, the National Gallery of Canada, the Canadian War Museum, and the Currency Museum. Meanwhile, Confederation Square is home to the Canadian Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Visitors looking for something a little more rowdy should make their way to the Canada Tire Center arena when the Ottawa Senators are playing ice hockey. Alternatively, hit up Elgin Street for an evening of dining and bar-hopping. One of Ottawa's most impressive landmarks is the Rideau Canal. Bestowed the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, this is the oldest canal in all of North America. For an enjoyable afternoon, take a stroll along its banks, taking in some of the city's best scenery in the process.

ByWard Market is another popular destination with tourists and locals alike. Browse the stalls and you might find a bargain. You might also find something you didn't know you were looking for. Families visiting Ottawa may want to make the 22-mile journey to Limoges, Ontario, home of Calypso Park, an exciting water park. Visitors planning an extended trip to Ottawa may wish to look into day trips and other excursions in the region. A number of operators offer trips to Montreal (2 hours away) and Toronto (4 hours away). It's also possible to book a three-day tour to Niagara Falls, a destination that needs no introduction. The majority of tourists make their way to Ottawa in the summer, when temperatures are warmest. Visitors looking to see Ottawa in all its glory should visit in spring (March-May) or fall (September-November) when the city's foliage is either blooming or turning. Winter tourism is only recommended for those capable of dealing with snow, ice and plummeting temperatures.