Courtyard by Marriott St. John's Newfoundland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard by Marriott St. John's Newfoundland St. John's
The Courtyard Marriott was at the end of remodeling. Our room looked over the harbor and was very nice. The restaurant was not fully opened yet and only served a continental breakfast in the morning, but it was good.
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