Executive living at its finest awaits you in downtown Moncton along the Petitcodiac River. The Assomption is a low-rise complex offering one and two-bedroom furnished suites. One bedroom suites boast 926 square feet of living space and two bedroom suites boast an incredible 1,115 square feet. Each suite is tastefully decorated and fully equipped with five appliances, including in-suite laundry facilities. Relax on your private balcony after a long day or on the common roof top balcony which has patio furniture and BBQ's available for your summertime entertainment. The property is pet friendly (certain restrictions apply and fees applicable in all instances). Assomption is within close proximity to Dieppe and Riverview.
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- In-Suite Laundry Facilities
- Entertainment Centers with TV, DVD and Stereo
- Hardwood Floors
- Quality Bedding and Linen
- 1 bedroom 926 sq. ft. / 1 bathroom
- 2 bedroom 1115 sq. ft. / 2 bathrooms
- Spacious Bedrooms with Queen Size Beds
- Dedicated Workspace
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping Service
- Complimentary High Speed Internet and Free Cable TV Service
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Monthly Rates Available
- Private Balconies and Large Roof-Top Common Balcony with BBQ's, and Patio Furniture
- Outdoor Parking Included
- Inside Parking Available
- The Property is Pet Friendly (Certain Restrictions Apply and Fees Applicable in all Instances)
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Moncton has long been known as the “Hub City” referring to the fact that it is so centrally located geographically in Atlantic Canada. You’ll experience the best of downtown Moncton living while staying at The Assomption. Located right along the Petitcodiac River, you are literally steps away from Main Street and all of the action.
Head to the Tide and Boar Gastropub if you are in the mood for creative cocktails along with their famous boar poutine. If you are more of the traditional pub type, The Old Triangle hits all the right notes of an Irish Alehouse. Moncton’s award-winning brewery The Pumphouse is a must-visit even if you don’t like beer. In addition to the brewery where you can get Blueberry Cream Ale and Muddy River Stout, they have a restaurant with an awesome patio and great food.
Head to the local Swiss Chalet for good food you know and love; a Canadian favourite.
If you are visiting the East Coast, you have to try the lobster. Catch 22 Lobster Bar serves it up 22 different ways to the delight of lobster lovers everywhere. Vegetarians, vegans and carnivores alike head to Calactus when they want to dine out meat or dairy free.
Also very popular on weekends in the Saturday morning Moncton Market for fresh baked goods, local product, fresh meat, cheese and eggs, arts and crafts or a good cup of coffee from 130 vendors. You can also get a good cup of joe at Moncton’s oldest independent cafe, Café Cognito, or sip your brew while taking in some live music or poetry at Café C’est La Vie.
Moncton has a history of great shopping at Champlain Place in Dieppe and outdoor sportsmen and enthusiasts from all over the Maritimes come to Moncton to shop at Cabela’s and the new Bass Pro Shop. For the best fashions in the city, head to Klozet Clothing Boutique or Colpitts.