BEST WESTERN Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites

333 Bishop Drive, Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3C 2M6, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 333 Bishop Drive, Fredericton, is near Old Government House, W.W. Boyce County Market, W.W. Boyce County Market, and Kingswood Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites

    Reviewed by johnturner

    It's all good

    Reviewed Jun 20, 2012
    by (6 reviews) Detroit , United States Flag of United States

    I stayed here one night on my way from PEI to Montreal. The hotel was clean and well-decorated. The room was as I expected from a Best Western. I felt the hotel was a little noisy, it seemed like there were a lot of people with children there and overall the parking lot was full. Perhaps it was just the time of year. Either way, it didn't bother me too much. I was tired from a long day of riding so all I really wanted to do was get something to eat and then go to sleep so that's what I did. The breakfast provided the next morning was good. I had no problems with this hotel...it was exactly what I expected for a Best Western Plus. Nothing wrong, everything was fine, but nothing outstanding deserving extra mention or attention, either. In the end, I would stay here again, no problem.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Plus Fredericton Hotel & Suites

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Fredericton

    Back to the mainland

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 20, 2014

    11 photos

    ... of the woods. Since I had already done a official handoff of Janet's forgotten toothbrush with Catherine, I felt some relief in just driving by.

    At the apartment building, Janet got a couple of carts to haul all of our stuff up to her apartment. My stuff alone filled one cart. I just had to do a selfie of us all in the elevator. I am staying downtown Fredericton - what an amazing location!
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    Day 15 - water gremlin is back....

    A travel blog entry by bharvey on May 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the gap to the office and sign says find yourself a space and settle in the morning $42.50 and manager in #40..... There is a rope across the entrance to find yourself a spot, though, and a walk around the park doesn't find any manager.... so guess what... yep, back into Fredericton and across the river on the bridge, you're right.... up to Walmart after a stop at Frank's Diner ... Walmart will be our home tonight... may as well head into Walmart and check for a ...

    Day 23 - Drove to Lower Queensbury, NB

    A travel blog entry by strayerstravel on Jun 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... for locals, more than a couple day hang out for through travelers. Tomorrow we plan to visit Kings Landing, a living history exhibit set in the 1820's. The people are in period costumes and you can ask them questions and they answer as if they were living in the 1820. It promises to be a fun time. The weather has some risk of rain but we will hope it holds ...

    A Day in Saint John

    A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik on Sep 10, 2012

    16 photos

    ... hour’s drive to Fredericton to see Nanny. We had enjoyed a full day but realized we were in need of some food and so stopped at The Garrison pub. We were immediately transported back to London as this place seemed to have gotten the interior pub décor just right. We tried a local beer and were also impressed. Satiated, we arrived at Nanny’s ready for a chat and an early night. She was ...

    Fort Beausejour

    A travel blog entry by beanthere on Oct 06, 2010

    13 photos

    ... in 1756 and moved into the better facility of Fort Cumberland. Many Acadians were held prisoner here til they were deported.

    Fort Cumberland was abandoned in the later 1780's but was reoccupied and refurbished during the war of 1812. It was not attacked but did serve as a deterrent. The fort was finally declared surplus by the British military in 1835 and lay deserted until declared a National Historic Site in ...