Fredericton Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Fredericton, offering a quiet environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as St. Anne's Chapel of Ease (1.8 mi) and Christ Church Cathedral (1.9 mi) make Fredericton Inn a great place to stay when visiting Fredericton.
Fredericton Hotel is a quiet hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Fredericton. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While visiting Fredericton, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Diplomat Restaurant, Sam Snead's Oak Grill, or Naru Sushi Japanese Restaurant.
Should time allow, Centre Communautaire Sainte-Anne is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Fredericton!
First impression. The entrance on the side stinks. Like a B/O smell. The lobby is outdated but it’s clean enough. It’s obviously old. Our bedroom has a scent that kinda irritates your nose. The furnitures are old and you feel dirty sitting on the chairs afterwards. The table and dresser are loaded with dings and scratches. The sheets are okay but again, they’re old. The floor is laminate but it feels sticky. I have to walk around with a rug for a good hour to clean the floor. The bathroom door creeks so everytime you have to go to the bathroom, you’d wake up your family. Door corners are water damaged. The wall plug is loose (fire hazard) and plug covers are broken. The phone in the room is also damaged. I didn’t try using it coz I don’t think it’s clean - it doesn’t look clean! It’s okay for the price (or at least that’s what I was telling my family) considering there’s three beds but definitely wont come back ever again!!! It’s like staying in a super low class motel. Oh and did I mention that the hallway smells old? They don’t vacuum hallways that’s why there are crumbs and look so dirty. The people working there are old too except for the cleaning crew. No offence.. Im surprise how much stars it has. Maybe the rooms by the entrance is better but as soon as you’re at room 200 plus, expect that they’re bad quality rooms. No fridge, no micro. Wifi is slow and won’t load. It’s the sort of place where crimes or murder would happen. I emailed them first and inquire about the 3 queen rooms and I was told that I would have everything I would need to make my stay comfortable but it was all a lie… If you would even consider staying here thinking that Im exaggerating and then later on have the same experience like me - well, you’ve been warned?!!! I told you so!……
We stayed here as part of soccer NB group for provincials just this past weekend. We LOVED it. Our room was a walk out onto the courtyard where we enjoyed a lovely evening with other soccer parents. Staff were friendly and helpful, breakfast buffet was great and complimentary to our room. The hotel was clean and tidy and we had a relaxing stay. I personally loved the décor, so much history at this grand ol' hotel! The hotel is very central to everything you might need which was also very helpful. And only minutes to both soccer fields we played at. Kind of reminded me of the Algonquin in St. Andrews NB - we will be back to this hotel FOR SURE! :)
My husband and I spent one night here. We booked one of the larger rooms that opens onto the courtyard. The minute we walked into the room we were overcome with high humidity and a strong musty smell. It felt like a basement in desperate need of a dehumidifier. There was also significant black mold on the wall behind the toilet. Since the hotel was fully booked we knew there was no benefit to trying to move to a different room. We just hoped we’d be able to sleep. Unfortunately the hotel seemed to be full of families and kids that were attending a sports tournament. Kids were running wild all over the place, especially in the inner courtyard. If you’re looking for a quiet room, I suggest you stay away from rooms facing the inner courtyard. We ended up not sleeping well at all due to the intense humidity and mustiness in the room. It was so intense we didn’t feel well. We advised the front desk of the condition of our room. Their response was that all the bottom floor rooms are like that. So apparently it’s ok to run a hotel with rooms with no ventilation with toxic black mold and unhealthy levels of humidity. I STRONGLY advise not booking this hotel. There are many many better options in Fredericton.…
Great location for shopping ! Great restaurants on site. Comfortable rooms. Indoor pool and gym. I have stayed at the Fredericton Inn many times, both on business and pleasure. It is a family owned business where one can see some staff that have been there for many years. With reasonable prices and great food, I definitely recommend.
Honestly I was very disappointed, I've stayed at a lot of hotels because I travel for work and this was certainly in my bottom 5 especially for what I paid ($150 a night. The rooms are severely outdated, I'm talking dented furniture, archaic chairs, paint chips, cracks etc. The bathroom has blue stains at the bottom of the tub, hair was literally plastered all over the bathroom door, the toilet looks like it was installed in the 80s. The carpet had that smokey smell when you enter and was filled with stains which was noticeable. The only solace was that the bed was clean and comfortable however I would stay far away from this place -- go with a brand name even if it's more money.