1 bedroom from$115/night
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101 Richmond is a new condominium building located in the eclectic area of Westboro Village. It is within easy walking distance to the unique Westboro shopping district, restaurants, cafés, and trendy boutiques. All our spacious executive suites come with a fully-equipped kitchen, in-suite laundry and you’ll get to enjoy free use of the on-site fully-equipped gym. No need to settle for a hotel with kitchen when you can have it all at 101 Richmond. Extended stay hotels do not compare to our fully furnished apartments.
- Quality Furniture and Contemporary Decor
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- Flat Panel TV
- Spacious Bedrooms
- Quality Bed and Bath Linens
- In-Suite Laundry Facilities
- Dedicated Workspace
- Fully Equipped Gym
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping
- Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Free Digital Cable
- Minimum 12 Months Stay
- Fitness Room
- Meeting/Entertainment Room in building
- Rooftop Terrace with Hot Tub and Outdoor patio with BBQ`s
- Indoor Parking available
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Making a Reservation
Westboro Village is a unique and diverse neighbourhood in the west end of Ottawa. It features tree-lined streets, quaint shops, beautiful outdoor spaces, and some of Ottawa’s trendiest dining spots
The Wellington Gastropub is constantly updating their menu to feature seasonal foods at the height of their glory. Find mains like braised beef shortrib with crushed turnips and potatoes with brown butter and garlic, or roasted cauliflower and kale risotto with cheddar, corn, smoked paprika oil and pangratta.
Pubs / Bars
Churchill’s is an upscale pub in the heart of Westboro with appetizers like homemade Mediterranean dumplings filled with chorizo sausage, chevre and sundried tomato pesto. If that’s too fancy for your taste buds, you’ll still find classic pub fare like fish & chips beer battered and served with chipotle tartar sauce. The Barley Mow serves up comfort food to contemporary dishes with daily specials like wing night and happy hour. They also feature live band and entertainment on weekends.
Cafés / Bakeries
Baker Street Café serves all-day breakfast with popular items like cinnamon buns and Monte Cristo sandwiches that often have patrons lined up out the door waiting for a table.
The Village Café serves up comfort food favourites, like eggs Benedict, French toast, rack of lamb, and pulled pork sandwiches, for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Food / Grocers
The Ottawa Farmer’s Market features more than 65 vendors selling everything from baked goods and preserves to meats and crafts each Saturday between 9:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from mid-May to the end of October, along the beautiful walking path of the Byron Linear Park.
The Natural Food Pantry is a specialty grocer offering a wide range of products, including gluten-free items, bulk foods, organic meats, homeopathy, natural body care products, home care products, eco-friendly products, sports supplements, and more.
Shopping / Retail
Westgate Shopping Centre is a small shopping centre in west Ottawa considered the city’s first shopping mall. Anchor stores include Canada Post, Royal Bank of Canada, TD Canada Trust and Shopper’s Drug Mart.
The Rideau Canal is the world largest skating rink. Each winter, the historic UNESCO World Heritage Site, becomes the Rideau Canal Skateway, winding its way through the heart of Ottawa, over a total length of 7.8 kilometres, stretching from downtown to Dows Lake.
Calypso Waterpark is Canada’s biggest theme waterpark. The 100-acre facility has giant state-of-the-art slides, a river run, Canada’s largest wave pool, rides and a whitewater experience.