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    The Algonquin Resort St. Andrews by-the-Sea, Autograph Collection
    Saint Andrews, NB
    $60 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $60 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free WiFi

    For "breathtaking" views and "exceptional" customer service, travelers recommend staying at The Algonquin Resort St. Andrews by-the-Sea. Located by the American-Canadian border and approximately 63 miles southwest of Saint John, New Brunswick, this Autograph Collection outpost has welcomed guests since opening as Canada's first seaside resort in 1889. After undergoing an extensive renovation in 2014, the resort now boasts facilities like a fitness center and an indoor pool with a waterslide. Other on-site amenities include a spa, an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts and a 24-hour gift shop. Plus, Wi-Fi access, loaner bicycles and tennis equipment are covered by all room rates, and Marriott Bonvoy members can earn or redeem points while staying here. Many past diners raved about Braxton's Restaurant & Bar's themed meals, which include a Sunday brunch buffet and the "Murder Mystery & Dinner" experience. Former lodgers also praised the resort's guest rooms and suites, where period decor, pillow-top mattresses and flat-screen TVs are provided. However, some said it's best to avoid main building rooms if you desire adequate space and thicker walls.
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    Delta Hotels Prince Edward
    Charlottetown, PE
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Touted as the only waterfront hotel in the heart of picturesque Charlottetown, this property's location on the Northumberland Strait provides easy access to the shops and restaurants around town, according to recent travelers. The spacious accommodations – appointed with minifridges, LCD flat-screen TVs and free internet access – feature sleek decor and views of the city or waterfront. Visitors entertain themselves with on-site amenities like the hot tub and indoor pool (which includes a wading area for children) and the Cocoon Wellness Spa. Once you're feeling relaxed, check out the hotel's on-site eatery, Water's Edge Resto, Bar & Grill. The restaurant is lauded for its creatively crafted dishes (like seafood penne pasta and sweet watermelon and salty feta arugula salad) made from local ingredients. Plus, if you're a Marriott Bonvoy member, you can earn or redeem rewards for choosing to stay here.
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    Casino New Brunswick
    Moncton, NB
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    You don't have to be a gambler to enjoy this casino hotel. In fact, a number of guests who stay at Casino New Brunswick choose to take advantage of the property's other top-notch offerings in lieu of visiting the on-site casino. Available facilities include a spa, an indoor lap pool and impressive rooms, according to recent guests. Past lodgers described the hotel's accommodations as spacious, clean and comfortable. Rooms start at 440 square feet and come equipped with flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffee makers and oversized walk-in showers. Free in-room Wi-Fi access also comes standard, but some previous visitors complained that the connection was unreliable. When it's time to eat, you can sit for a meal at one of two restaurants, a buffet and Hub City Pub. Keep in mind, the pub's location inside the casino means only patrons 19 and older are welcome to dine here. Should you want to explore the surrounding area, you'll find a golf course, a zoo, a winery and the Magic Mountain amusement park less than 2 miles away. Additional amenities (think: restaurants, shops and parks) can be found in downtown Moncton, New Brunswick, which sits 7 miles southeast of the property and about 95 miles northeast of Saint John.
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    Fox Harb'r Resort
    Wallace, Nova Scotia, NS
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    Previous visitors don't mind the Fox Harb'r Resort's remote Wallace, Nova Scotia, location. In fact, many guests said the resort's scenic location and quiet ambiance are some of its greatest allures. Golfers can tee off on the Graham Cooke-designed championship course, while nature-seekers hike along scenic trails in the Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area Trail (about 8 miles southeast of the resort) or discover Nova Scotia by sea on a boating tour. Meanwhile, those looking for an extra dose of relaxation can indulge in a replenishing massage or lounge by the resort's mineral pool and hot tub. Afterward, retreat to your well-appointed accommodations, which are outfitted with kitchenettes, heated granite bathroom floors and terraces or balconies. However, some visitors were not satisfied with the food and service on the property. Note: This is a seasonal resort open between May and October.
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    Rodd Brudenell River Resort
    Cardigan, PE
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Located on the eastern coast of Canada's Prince Edward Island, Rodd Brudenell River Resort is an outdoor haven equipped with two 18-hole golf courses, a marina, two tennis courts and canoe, kayak and bike rentals. Guests can take their pick of 99 rooms and suites, ranging from standard rooms with two double beds (and balconies, in some cases) to king suites with separate sleeping and sitting areas. For travelers who need more space, cottages are also available on the property. All rooms offer free Wi-Fi access, free parking, cable television and coffee makers. Before booking, keep in mind that the Rodd Brudenell River Resort is a seasonal hotel, meaning it is only open between mid-May and mid-October. On-site amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, saunas, a hot tub, horseback riding, lawn bowling and a full-service spa with Aveda products. You'll have three options when it comes to dining: Club 19, The Gordon on the River and the Pool Deck Bar. Club 19 – which overlooks the property's golf course – serves up pub-style breakfast, lunch and dinner, while the Pool Deck Bar offers light snacks and poolside drinks. In contrast, The Gordon on the River has seafood delicacies. Notably, children eat, stay and golf for free, and guests can bring pets at no extra charge. Recent patrons praised the property as a whole, but some noted the accommodations are showing their age and could use a refresh.
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    Marble Inn Resort
    Steady Brook, NL
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Travelers who want to spend their vacation outdoors will love the Marble Inn Resort. Located on the banks of the Humber River in the Humber Valley – a region in Steady Brook, Newfoundland – this boutique resort offers ample opportunities to interact with nature. Guests can shred powder on nearby Marble Mountain's ski slopes or stay on-site for guided, fee-based kayaking, hiking and boating excursions. Additional activities, such as zip lining and snowmobiling, are also available nearby. After breaking a sweat outside or in the property's fitness center, visitors can unwind in its mineral bath, indoor saltwater pool, steam room or sauna before enjoying a meal at one of two on-site eateries. Madison's, which is open year-round, serves regional cuisine with an international twist, while the seasonal Cove dishes up casual bites and drinks. Then, lodgers can retreat to one of the resort's 52 suites. Each features leather and dark wood furnishings, plus a kitchenette or kitchen, a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi access and a soaker tub. Condo suites come with extra perks like touch-screen fireplaces and dining areas. Overall, past lodgers enjoyed their stays here, although some reported hearing highway traffic while inside their accommodations.
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    Keltic Lodge at the Highlands
    Ingonish, Nova Scotia, NS
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Keltic Lodge at the Highlands earns consistent praise from previous guests for its friendly staff and inspiring scenery. Flanking Ingonish Beach on Cape Breton Island, off the northeast coast of Nova Scotia, the property affords unobstructed views of Cape Smokey Mountain. Saltwater fishing, whale-watching and guided hikes can all be arranged with the inn's concierge. Back at the hotel, you can perfect your swing on the Cape Breton Highlands Links or enjoy a treatment at the spa before unwinding in your digs. All inn accommodations come outfitted with flat-screen TVs, coffee makers and spacious bathrooms with soaking tubs. As far as dining goes, previous patrons recommend checking out the Purple Thistle Dining Room, which serves up seafood dishes like poached lobster and maritime stew. For lighter fare, visit the Highland Sitting Room or enjoy a buffet-style dinner at the Arduaine Restaurant. Still, some recent guests noted that the common areas of the property could use a refresh.

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