The Best Hotels to Book in Moncton, Canada

The Hopewell Rocks rock formations make a great day trip from Moncton
The Hopewell Rocks rock formations make a great day trip from Moncton | ©  Henryk Sadura / Getty Images
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7 December 2021

Brimming with old-school family-friendly thrills, from a water park to a zoo, Moncton is a popular stop-off for visitors traveling through the postcard-perfect Maritime provinces of Canada. On the outskirts of the city, dune-backed beaches are the perfect place to catch some rays in the summer, while the Bay of Fundy (a day trip away) is a year-round attraction with the highest tides on the planet. If you’re looking to explore this sublime spot, we’ve picked out the best hotels in Moncton, guaranteeing a comfortable night’s stay – bookable on Culture Trip.

Château Moncton Hotel and Suites, for a grand setting

Room at Château Moncton Hotel and Suites
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Styled after a French chateau, complete with a white-brick facade and red mansard roof, this hotel boasts an equally grand setting near the elbow of the river. The chic contemporary interiors are fit for New Brunswick royalty, and many rooms boast river views. On the dining front, there’s a free breakfast buffet; come nightfall, dip into cocktail bar Le Galion, where you can drain negronis or beers until the clock strikes midnight.

Rodd Moncton, for an outdoor pool

Room at Rodd Moncton
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Revel in a warm and friendly atmosphere at this classically styled hotel, located moments away from the river. Unfussy rooms are suited to business and leisure travelers alike, with lots of room to play with, warm neutral tones and desk spaces. There’s a sizeable outdoor pool and a breakfast bar dishing up steaming coffees. Much of the Moncton dining scene is within walking distance, including Japanese, Thai and Mexican options.

Hotel Moncton, for leafy views

Lobby at Hotel Moncton
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Framed by mature trees and manicured lawns, this 81-room hotel is a peaceful place to rest your head. The property features vast windows so you can soak up the leafy views. If you’re looking to explore further afield, you’re on the doorstep of several attractions here, including Magnetic Hill – a strip of tarmac that gives the illusion of cars rolling uphill – Magnetic Hill Zoo, a winery and the Magic Mountain SplashZone water park.

Canvas Moncton, for oysters and ales

Lounge space at Canvas Moncton
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Surrounded by some of the most popular restaurants in downtown, the Canvas Moncton is a natural choice for explorers who want to get to know the New Brunswick city. When you return from exploring, you’ll be welcomed by fun, funky rooms decked out with vibrant woodland-themed wallpaper frescoes, sunny scatter cushions and modern furniture. If you don’t feel like venturing out for dinner, the hip Gahan House Hub City restaurant serves Maritime oysters and crafted ales from the Canadian East Coast.

Hyatt Place Moncton / Downtown, to be at the heart of the action

Room at Hyatt Place Moncton / Downtown
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Arriving at Moncton by train? The location of Hyatt Place, strolling distance from the station, couldn’t be more convenient. While this hotel is in the heart of the action, the rooms are calming, with minimalist interiors in cool-grey tones. Kick off your day with a punchy coffee from the bar; come the evening, this space transforms into a meeting place where guests can enjoy a glass of wine or an ice-cold beer.

Delta Hotels Beausejour, to be near the Capitol Theatre

Room at Delta Hotels Beausejour
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Built in the 1920s, the restored vaudeville house that is the Capitol Theatre is a must-visit for travelers to Moncton. You’re only a three-minute walk away when you crash at the Delta Hotels Beausejour, so you could visit every evening if you fancied it. Along with a great location, this hotel wins with its colorful, contemporary interior design and brilliant indoor swimming pool complete with a water slide. To top it off, there’s also a spa that goes beyond the usual massage menu to offer teeth whitening and dedicated lip treatments.

Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown, for jogging tracks and squash courts

Room at Crowne Plaza Moncton Downtown
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There’s a full-on fitness offering at the Crown Plaza Moncton Downtown – a long pool for morning laps, a gym with rower and treadmill and nearby jogging tracks and squash courts. All the activity will come in handy, as Smoke’s Poutinerie restaurant is on the doorstep and you’re guaranteed to pile on the pounds feasting on Canada’s signature chips, cheese and gravy dish. Being at the fringes of the city center, you’re also well placed here for getting to the Bay of Fundy and other spots along the coast.

Four Points by Sheraton Moncton, for a kitchenette

Dining room at Four Points by Sheraton Moncton
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Just off the Trans-Canada Highway, Four Points by Sheraton Moncton suits business and leisure travelers alike – but especially those who are passing through the city on a short stay. You’ll have everything you need to make you feel at home for a night, including a gym for late workouts and a kitchenette for fixing early breakfast before hitting the road. Business travelers will appreciate the workspaces in the terracotta-hued rooms.

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