Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Guelph, Royal Inn & Suites is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Royal Inn & Suites makes it easy to enjoy the best of Guelph.
Royal Inn & Suites is a budget friendly hotel offering 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, room service, and newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy a fitness center, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Guelph. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as The Sleeman Centre (0.1 mi) and St. George's Anglican Church, Guelph (0.2 mi) make Royal Inn & Suites a great place to stay when visiting Guelph.
If you like Italian restaurants, Royal Inn & Suites is conveniently located near Manhattans, Buon Gusto, and La Cucina.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Church of Our Lady Immaculate (0.2 mi), Guelph Civic Museum (0.3 mi), or McCrae House (0.6 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Royal Inn & Suites is sure to make your visit to Guelph one worth remembering.
This well-established hotel is located in Guelph’s downtown. You get to feel that the ride in Otis elevator will be the last ride as it struggles up the elevator shaft. The hallways are wide, but the carpet is well worn. Entering the room, you are greeted with a strong musty smell and a large and spartan room. If you are expecting comfort or basic human needs such a sleep, heat, phone, or waste bin try a hostel. The hotel is strategically located next to the “Trappers Alley” night club that is very popular, and the makeshift racetrack just happened to be below the room’s single pane windows, so the earliest you can expect to commence your sleep cycle would be 3:00 am. I was unfortunate to use this facility on garbage day where the reverse beeping of the garbage trucks beat my alarm, so I got a total of 3 hours of sleep. The Room was relatively clean but so cold that you could almost see your breath and no thermostat or heat source was available. The gaps in the dirty windows kept the single digit temperature efficiently low. The room’s bright spot was the upgraded wall mounted multi-shower heads, where I was able to warm up before going to bed. Next morning, I was pleasantly surprised to find my car intact in the hotels free parking. I paid more than triple than what the value of the room was worth. I will definitely not return.…
Do not stay in this hotel!! We arrived about an hour before the official check-in time, and assumed we could either check in early , or at least check in and leave our stuff at the front desk/lobby. The person at the front desk just said, "no, you can't check in early, those are the rules. My husband nicely said, "really? Oh, come on, can't you just check and see if the room is ready" she snapped back, "That's was I'm doing." She was so rude!! Sure enough, the room was ready , which seemed to anger her. She let us check in, but while checking us in, kept mumbling...."rules are rules for a reason." That was the best part of the whole stay. The room was a hole! Weird, bedding.....none matching...like they raided Grandmas closet.the bathroom was tiny no room for even a garbage can the shower was so low my husband had to have a shower on his knees! There were people smoking heavily in their rooms on our floor.....all weekend. The place reeks of smoke...not stale smoke. Horrible, horrible place. No place to put your stuff, either...no dresser.…
I went there to visit my son who is going to The University of Guelph. I am a woman by myself, clean and quuet. First at check in there was a mistake and I ended up walking into a room at 7 pm with a woman in it and she probably thought I was a burgular. Still I went back to the desk and she was already calling down and obviously upset. So they asked me for a damage deposit. 200 hundred dollars. I gave it on my debit card ot realizing I would never get ut back. I stayed for 2 nights and there was no damage period. Dawn decided ti check the room before returning my damage deposit. Alparantly the dyvet civer was dirty as I had some makeup on it. So here i am tryi g to catch my 709 am train to Toronto and Dawn is keeping my money to wash the duvet cover. EXTORTION. I MISSED MY FIRST TRAIN SINCE I WAS DISPUTING THIS. I BARELY CAUGHT THE SECOND TRAIN AS I TOLD HER THAT I WILL TAKE THE BLANKET WITH ME SINCE IT WAS COSTING ME 200 DOLLARS. SHE HELD ONTO THAT BLANKET LIKE LI NUS FROM CHARLIE BROWN. THE OWNER OF YHE PROPERTY SHOILD BE ASHAMED OF THIS CUSTOMER SERVICE. I WILL NEVER EVER GO BACK AND ALSO WARN U ABOUT THIS damage DEPOSIT AND DAWN the SO CALLED MANAGER. r…
Spent a couple of days to relax. I had access to most downtown locations, had a clean room and excellent food located in the lobby of the hotel venue. I recommend it, try it. Guelph is a campus town, but is rich in history, culture and heritage.
An all time for first a hotel or motel. Before we were permitted to check out, the front desk person surprised us by saying she would have to inspect our room and see whether she would need to deduct costs from our deposit. Upon returning to the room with the front desk person she stripped the sheets inspecting them, and the rest of the room. Never happened before and was weird and somewhat creepy. Our sheets were brought down to the manager for further inspection. really weird.