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112 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, CA, K1L 6E6

  • Phone: (613) 746-4641
  • Fax: (613) 746-6529
2.3 out of 5 (37 reviews)
30% of guests recommend this hotel

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»All Saints' Sandy Hill

The All Saints Anglican Church, otherwise known as the All Saints' Sandy Hill, is a religious institution within the Anglican Diocese. So for all those who are Anglican Christians, this place of worship awaits you with open arms. Also, the church hosts a lot of fun activities like the Chamber Music concert and their choir is said to be remarkable. For further information do check their website.

317 Chapel Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 7Z2

»Sandy Hill West Heritage Conservation District

Sandy Hill is a cosmopolitan neighborhood located to the east of Ottawa. It is quiet neighborhood with a number of historic buildings including the Laurier House. Also, the area provides various shopping and dining destinations.

Laurier Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

»Ste-Anne Catholic Church (Ottawa)

Home to the St. Clement Parish, the Ste-Anne Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church located in Ottawa, Ontario. The church building is noteworthy for its authentic Québécois church architecture, with the Norman Gothic structure featuring a stone rose window, statues on the facade and a belfry top tower. The building was completed in 1873 and underwent repairs in 2009.

528 Old St. Patrick Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 5L5

»MacKay United Church

Nestled in Ottawa's New Edinburgh neighborhood, MacKay United Church was established in 1875. The land for the construction of this church was gifted by William MacKinnon, grandchild of one of the founders of Ottawa, Thomas McKay; thus the church is named after him. The church building was established in 1910, and was renovated in 1925. It features beautiful Norman-Gothic architecture.

39 Dufferin Road
Ottawa, ON K1M 2H3

»Saints Peter and Paul Melkite Catholic Church

The Saints Peter and Paul Melkite Catholic Church is located in Ottawa, Ontario. A Melkite Greek Catholic Church, the church is one of the ten parishes of the congregation. Most members of the church are Lebanese immigrants, and this fact is reflected in the rather Middle-Eastern architecture of the church building too. Built in the early 1980s, the structure features a central dome, along two smaller ones at its sides and a semi-dome over the entrance.

1161 North River Road
Ottawa, ON K1K 3W5

»Ottawa French Seventh-day Adventist Church

Église adventiste du septième jour francophone d'Ottawa, also known as the Ottawa French Seventh-day Adventist Church, is a francophone worship place in central Ottawa. The red-brick structure is unique for a church building, this is because it was initially constructed as a synagogue for the Adath Jeshurun congregation in 1904. Seventh-day Adventist Church gained possession of this beautiful building in 1999, and have been conducting worship services here since.

375 King Edward Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1N 7M5

»Hampton Inn Ottawa & Conference Centre

The Hampton Inn Ottawa & Conference Centre leaves one spellbound with its impeccable service. Besides the state-of-the art technology, a lot of effort has gone into corporate lunch menus and dinners. Electrical needs for trade shows are taken of. DJs, bands, lighting and decor are also just a few of the minute details that are looked into, to ensure that no stone is left unturned in making any event flawless.

200 Coventry Road
Ottawa, ON K1K 4S3

»St. Alban's Anglican Church (Ottawa)

One of the oldest functional church building in Ottawa, Ontario, the St. Alban's Anglican Church was built in 1867. The Gothic Revival style building was designed by architect Thomas Fuller, featuring steep gable roofs, a transept structure and a church bell. In recent times, the church has formed several ministries for kids, youth and young adults. The church frequently holds various theater performances and concerts.

454 King Edward Avenue
Ottawa, ON K1N 7M8

»Champagne Bath

Champagne Bath is a bath center located in Ottawa, Ontario. This historic bath was founded in 1924 to serve the laboring class residents of the locality who did not have personal baths in their houses. The Prairie and Spanish Colonial Revival style building was the first public pool in the city as well as one of the first indoor ones in the entire country. The salt swimming pool facility saw decline in usage over the years and was renovated and reopened in 1990 as Champagne Fitness Center.

321 King Edward
Ottawa, ON K1N 7M5

»Lowertown West Heritage Conservation District

Lowertown is a northern neighborhood of Ottawa. This multicultural neighborhood is rich in history with several architecturally and historically significant buildings.

Rideau Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 5Y2

»St. Joseph (Ottawa)

A Roman Catholic parish church with a mainly Anglophone congregation, the St. Joseph parish is located in Ottawa, Ontario. The congregation was established in 1856, the current Neo-Gothic church building, built in 1932 being the third one after the previous one was destroyed in a fire. The congregation is considered to be more open than its Roman Catholic counterparts and is said to implicitly support same sex marriages.

151 Laurier Avenue East
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N8

»St. Paul's Eastern United Church

The St. Paul's Eastern United Church in Ottawa, Ontario is one of the earliest congregations in the city. The current church building is a Romanesque Revival structure. After struggling for members in the early 20th Century, the church has seen a rise in membership in recent years due to the many groups functioning from the church such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Touch of Love, Sunday School etc. 

473 Cumberland Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 7K1
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