Ottawa

There's always plenty to see and do in Canada's national capital, Ottawa. The city is a great place to explore on foot, especially in the warm summer months with plenty of pedestrian-only streets that make getting around easy. If you're not sure where to start, though, join an Ottawa Walking Tour for an informative overview. Start your day at Parliament Hill and take a tour of Parliament Building, Canada's seat of democracy. Then move on to the architectural contrast that is The Canadian Museum of Civilization. The sweeping lines of this modern building are home to fascinating historical exhibits. Afterwards, let your children have fun at the Science and Technology Museum. Shop for your souvenirs in the Rideau Centre before enjoying the lively nightlife of Byward Market. If you love being outdoors, make the most of the Rideau Canal. Located close to the hotel, it's perfect for enjoying relaxing boat trips in the summer or practising your skating moves in the winter. Constructed in the early 19th century, this UNESCO World Heritage site is said to be the largest naturally frozen ice rink in the world. The centrally located Novotel Ottawa hotel provides easy access to the city's Macdonald-Cartier International Airport as well as local transport links and tourist attractions.


Our hotels in Ottawa

3-4 star hotels

1.73 k.m from the city centre

Located just steps to the Byward Market and the Rideau Canal, a short walk to the Parliament and across the street from the Rideau Shopping Centre- th...

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