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Delta Prince Edward

18 Queen St
Charlottetown, PE CIA 4A1

(902) 894-1233

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (127 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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This is Charlottetown's only waterfront hotel. The city and business establishment is conveniently located in the heart of the historic Charlottetown. Guests can enjoy a resort-style atmosphere at this hotel which is only steps away from the quaint shops, restaurants and nightlight of Olde Charlottetown. Most of the activities and entertainment are available within walking distance or a drive...
by skoosh on October 27, 2018 from skoosh


Poor service, dated hotel: This hotel was built in the early 1980'2 and it shows. It is tired and the furniture is very dated. After waiting in line for 20 minutes to check in at 1:00pm while a lone girl checked in the line-up. There was no one else to be seen (no concierge either). I had a difficult time unlocking the door to my room (they still use the huge 1980's brass keys). A chamber maid came by and said "they stick a lot" and offered to show me "the trick" to make it work. <br/><br/>After a day of meetings, I came back and found my door ajar. Nothing was missing, but for some reason my room door was open. <br/><br/>I received a coupon for a free breakfast when I checked in, which I redeemed, yet $14.95 was on my bill at check out. It was removed when I pointed it out. Speaking of check out, the desk clerk was droning on and on to me about about how bad the economy was and how bad the political climate was in Ottawa. What an up lifting goodbye! <br/><br/>Other points that annoyed me: a faulty lamp switch that had to be "jiggled" to stay on and no facial tissue in the empty box. This week, I've stayed at the Delta Centreville and Omni Hotels in Montreal and the Lakeview Inn in Summerside, PEI. The Delta Prince Edward doesn't rate anywhere near any of these properties (though they charge similar to the downtown Montreal rates and the Lakeview is $50 cheaper per night). <br/><br/>I can only recommend that you stay somewhere other than the Delta Prince Edward. I don't know how they can justify their rates to themselves.
Rated 2 star by Jack on December 03, 2008

Editorial Reviews

Adjoining the Prince Edward Island Convention Centre and positioned next to Peake's Wharf, this high-rise hotel occupies an ideal spot from which to explore the waterfront and historic downtown on foot. Rooms have the typical comforts you'd expect from the Delta brand, and many have harbor views. Hotel facilities include a large indoor pool, fitness club, and day spa, as well as in-house dining...
by fodors on January 14, 2014 from fodors
A 10-story hotel overlooking the harbor, the Prince Edward is stocked with business-travel amenities like coffeemakers, hair dryers, very helpful customer service, and cordless phones (in about half the rooms). The very best "deluxe" rooms are furnished in reproduction Georgian-style furniture, and have two-person Jacuzzis; others have more standard oak and beige laminate furnishings. Higher...
Rated 3.5 stars by frommers on February 21, 2013 from frommers
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