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Rodd Charlottetown
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All reviewshistoric hotelrooftop patiodinner theateran older hotelrooms are smallold world charmlots of characterwithin walking distancefront desk staffwater pressurecorner roomlocation is greatcentral locationbed was very comfortableconfederation centrevictoria parkprince edward island
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Reviewed 17 February 2009

My husband and I and our 21 month old daughter stayed at this hotel for one night during the Jack Frost Festival. We found the location to be ideal as we were able to park and then hop a shuttle to the waterfront area where the outdoor portion of the festival was taking place. The Confederation Mall was also just a couple of blocks down the street. Since it was Valentine's day, we thought better of taking our toddler out to possibly ruin a romantic evening for some of the other patrons. We were able to order some great take-out from a place just down the street and my husband had a short and pleasant walk to go and get it when it was ready. The location is definitely one of the top reasons to stay at this hotel. It's also a very charming hotel which is no surprise given it's history. We appreciated many of the charming touches like the grand lobby, the glass door knobs, the wood burning fireplace in the lobby, etc. A lot of other reviews complained about the size of the rooms and the bathroom but honestly, how much room do you need in a hotel? There was more than enough space for a family of three anyway. I can see what some may have meant about the bathrooms being small but again, who cares? The main thing was that the place was clean and we were well looked after. Of course, there were a few little things that irked us - the elevators are very small and very slow. When they finally arrived at our floor, it didn't take long to fill them, especially at check in and check out times when there was so much luggage. We ended up waiting for long periods of time and we took the stairs on many occasions when we didn't have a lot of luggage to carry. And the reviews are true about the food... I don't know about dinner since we only had the breakfast buffet but it wasn't the greatest. There was a lot of selection but a lot of it was very bland. On the other hand, the service was very friendly and we were greeted and offered coffee only a moment after arriving. I wouldn't rush back for breakfast but if you're pressed for time and you don't mind paying hotel breakfast prices, it won't kill you to eat here. (The coffee was decent and there was plenty of fresh fruit, yogurt and cereal anyway!) Going back to the nice stuff, the hotel also has a great rooftop from where we were able to watch the fireworks down on the waterfront which were part of the festival. The beds were also extremely comfortable and I had a great night's sleep, maybe thanks also to all of the fresh air we enjoyed earlier that day. Since it was an early night for us with a little one in tow, it would have been nice to have the option to watch some in-room movies. I was a little surprised this wasn't offered. Oh well, all in all, it was a great stay. We really appreciated the charm - and the convenience of the Rodd Charlottletown and would definitely say it's a great spot for families visiting the city. In the summer, great shopping, theatre (Confederation Centre of the Arts) and restaurants are all, quite literally, at your doorstep.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled with family
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Thank Hollie076
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Reviewed 1 October 2008

First impressions were of one of the old Canadian Pacific Railroad hotels similar to the Banff Springs with a spacious welcoming lobby.
Room was OK but the bathroom was too small. Handily placed for the city centre but a bit of a wait for an early breakfast.

  • Stayed: September 2008
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Thank WaltR
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Reviewed 28 September 2008

We stayed here in Sept 2008. The hotel has seen its day. Although a beautiful historic property built in the 30's , a major renovation was done about 15 years ago and its not a terribly good job. Anyone with an interest ion conservation will find it quiet depressing. Whilst the lobby is ok, pvc has been used in the windows and the decor is twee and not appropriate to the era the hotel was built. Overall the hotel is ok. Its grubby in parts and seriously needs investment in terms of painting of common areas and new soft furnishings and carpets for the bedrooms and lobby areas. The beds were comfy and although there have been a lot of complaints about the bathrooms I thought they were quaint and this is the one area where some original features such as cast iron baths and old tiles have been retained. The pool was grotty and again needs refurbishment. Staff were friendly, didnt try the food. Place seems popular with tour groups. Overall not worth 150 dollars a night.

To the owners I suggest you employ a decent conservation architect, splash some cash and start over with some renovation works.

Stayed: September 2008
Thank brenika
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Reviewed 22 September 2008

Stayed here for business conference for three nights. Like other reviews, I was impressed upon arrival at the hotel with the entrance and lobby and the staff were polite and helpful. The room was a complete disappointment. two small beds which the hotel insists were doubles, torn carpeting, small rooms, dingy and old bed covers (how about feather duvets?), small bathroom with no where to lay anything. I had breakfasts and lunches at the hotel which were average. Poor value for money at over $200 per night. I would not recommend this hotel.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled on business
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Thank LisaJudy
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Reviewed 21 September 2008

Stayed their for one night with my wife while she was in Charlottetown on business. Room was booked by her company. $180 corporate rate.

Room was very small but bathroom was huge and nice? We felt a bit closterphobic. Very old hotel that has been renovated. No ventilation it seemed (very stuffy). Walls were very thin. Our room was next to the stair well with the head of the bed on that wall. I sleep light and was awake for most of night. Good times.

Staff are very friendly and hotel is clean. Had dinner and breakfast at hotel. Both were good but dinner was pricey.

Bottom line; Stuffy room, walls were closing in and no sleep = Glad I wasn't paying.

  • Stayed: September 2008, travelled on business
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Thank ChaleurPhantom
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