Howard Johnson Charlottetown
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Howard Johnson Charlottetown
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Charlottetown Cornwall
Travel Blogs from Cornwall
The cable TV's in the rooms took some fussing with (but we are used to that!!), they are really on a dish that is distributed in the inn. All of the restaurants were filled with guests with dinner reservations . . . and then they were headed to the play. The soonest we could get in was 7:00 pm . . . it was a little after 5:00 pm and we hadn't eaten since breakfast, so we inquired about options--it turned out to be a golf course resort--the Rodd ...
We got up very early so that we would be ready to hook up and pull out around 7am and drive the six miles to the port. When we arrived, there were several trucks in the queue, so our show of numbers was trumped as commercial trucks have priority over RVs. Three got on the first ferry at 8am for the hour and 15 minute ride. Then ...
... yard waste, household waste, and recyclables. In the beginning most people put all their waste in the one can. The government came out and said that if you did not divide you waste, that it would be bagged up and delivered to your doorstep. The program soon took hold, and Charlottetown has reduced it's trash by 70%.
Afterwards our bus tour, we enjoyed a cocktail and dinner on the wharf and watched the Maasdam sail. About ...
... Prince Edward Island), as well as part of Quebec, and present-day Maine to the Kennebec River. Although today most of the Acadians are French speaking Canadians, Acadia was a distinct colony of New France, and was geographically and administratively separate from the French Colony of Quebec, (modern day Quebec), which led to Acadians and Québécois developing two rather distinct histories and cultures. The ...
... line at that particular tide. Needless to say I was instructed to (a) find out how cold the water was and (b) check the sand to see if it was in fact red.
As a result of (a) I needed to rinse my leg off to remove the salt water. I made my way to the foot rinse tap (as the sign pointed out) and opened the valve. Unfortunately, the valve operated the shower feature I did not realize was there... Something both me and my hoodie learned very quickly! Maybe they ...