Welcome to Boutique Hotels Ottawa!
Boutique hotels are growing in popularity in several locations around the world. Designed for the trendy traveler, Ottawa's boutique hotels will provide the warmth and style you're looking for. Beginning with secure online booking process, we hope to provide a convenient travel experience that will lead to the greatest of memories you'll create during your stay. browse boutique hotels
Hotel Indigo Downtown City Centre
Conveniently located at the corner of Metcalfe and Laurier in Ottawa, Ontario, the Hotel Indigo is just one block from Confederation Park, home of Ottawas many festivals. One can walk to the Rideau Canal, which in winter is the worlds longest ice rink. learn more
Arc The Hotel
ARC The Hotel, Ottawa's first luxury boutique hotel, offers discerning travelers an oasis of urban luxury and design. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, ARC The Hotel Ottawa provides a unique experience and sophistication! learn more
Albert At Bay Suite Hotel
The Albert at Bay Suite hotel provides accommodations in a convenient location to all that Ottawa has to offer, including some of the most impressive museums and artifacts found in the country. Each suite features up to date amenities. learn more
Ottawa is a charming cosmopolitan city that resides at the confluence of three rivers. Firmly anchored by the regal Parliament Building, the attractive capital city radiates outward with an eclectic mix of energetic neighborhoods, each with its own style and flare. The city's cultural diversity reveals itself in the local cuisine that is influenced by immigrants from Asia, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. Ottawa is home to a wide assortment of state-of-the-art museums including the ultramodern Museum of Civilization and the Gothic architecture of the Museum of Nature.
Visitors enjoy the sights and sounds of this vibrant city all year, especially the panoramic vistas from Parliament Hill. During the winter months, the frozen Rideau Canal becomes the world's largest ice skating rink. The Winterlude Festival showcases a village made entirely of ice. When the snow gives way to spring, tulips blanket the downtown. The eye-catching reds and oranges of autumn are inspiring. The summer is filled with recreational activities, including hiking the nature trails of the Greenbelt and enjoying the parks and boating opportunities along the Rideau Canal. Guests enjoy Ottawa's numerous festivals and the wide array of nightlife.