Rodd Charlottetown

Address: 75 Kent Street, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 7K4, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 75 Kent Street, Charlottetown, is near The Links at Crowbush Cove, Beaconsfield Historic House, and Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRodd Charlottetown

    Reviewed by tan13_ocanada

    Charlottetown charm

    Reviewed Jul 17, 2013
    by (8 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    It's a beautiful hotel, over 80 years old, so it has the old world charm, but all the modern facilities a tourist could possibly want. The location is so close to the Main Street in town, and a short stroll to the waterfront. The rooftop garden is a delightful surprise, with excellent views offered over the town and harbour. Staff were friendly and efficient. Breakfast was great. What's not to like?!

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Rodd Charlottetown

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    Travel Blogs from Charlottetown

    Home Sweet Home!

    A travel blog entry by shellingtons on May 17, 2015

    13 photos

    ... our time in Ontario we made our way to the Island! An over night stay in Saint John to visit Cathy’s brother and his wife was a great break in the drive. Cathy was pretty excited to see them. The following day we made it to the Island! Traveling is great but getting back home is always special. It was great to see Cathy’s Mom and Dad again!


    We didn’t waste much time trying to get back into ...

    The Little mouse that could and travelling PEI

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Sep 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... mussels imaginable for a whopping 2.70$. We continued our drive to the national Park and set out on a great 10km walk through the PEI ecosystem. In PEI the soil is all red because of the high Iron-oxide content and makes it like you are in an alien land. We walked along the coastline watching the ducks land and take off. We walked through farmland and forest. It really was quite beautiful and peaceful. It’s off season right now in PEI so everything is pretty much closed. We were ...

    Day 4: Guido needs therapy

    A travel blog entry by carokrissy on Jul 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... two blondes trying to figure out how to screw in a lightbulb. Ready to get out of good ole New Brunswick...let's get ourselves to potato country..where French fries have a wonderful meaning ! (Aka Prince Edward Island !) Krissy was determined to see Magnetic Hill. This was described to her as the coolest optical illusion that makes you feel like your car is rolling backwards on an upwards hill. So off to magnetic hill we went ! Scam, scam, ...

    Snow storm 2 /Falana - Leduc Family 1 not over yet

    A travel blog entry by sunny17 on Feb 20, 2014

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    ... after all of that, the PM couldn't make it in but the Transport Minister Hon. Robert Vessey attended and he barely made it here. We made it from La Belle Province and the locals missed it! More than half the delegates from the Maritime provinces didn't get here yet due to bad weather. So the final score - storm 2 / Falana - Leduc Family 5 ( bonus points for the bridge). Late afternoon- Snooze an hour to be fresh for tonight's cocktail party and ...

    Lighthouse obsession

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 25, 2013

    12 photos

    ... were at times a deep copper red, like the red you find in our Red Centre. It was crazy...it was such a unique feature of this surprisingly rich and diverse island. As we entered Spry point we drove past a group of fishing huts with their crayfish traps stacked precariously along their exterior walls like a challenging game of jenga. There was not a soul to be seen which gave the little cove a slightly eerie feel, especially since it was overcast and cloudy as well, but we lapped up ...