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Property Rates

Weekly Stay

1 bedroom from$179/night

2 bedroom from$189/night

Monthly Stay

1 bedroom from$115/night

2 bedroom from$150/night

all rates in CAD

Property Details

50 Laurier offers furnished corporate accommodation in a high security building with one bedroom and two bedroom suite options some with beautiful panoramic views of the Rideau Canal, Confederation Square and the city skyline. This executive building is equipped with a full complement of amenities; fitness room, pool, steam spa and sauna area provide you with the opportunity to work out and relax after a long day at the office. In addition, the rooftop terrace, patio areas with BBQ's are also available for your entertaining pleasure. 50 Laurier - The Art of City Living.

  • Amenities

  • Quality Furniture and Contemporary Decor
  • Fully Equipped Kitchens
  • Flat Panel TV
  • Spacious Bedrooms
  • Quality Bed and Bath Linens
  • In-Suite Laundry Facilities
  • Dedicated Workspace
  • Fitness Facilities and Heated Pool/Sauna/Steam Spa
  • Meeting/Entertainment Room in building
  • Rooftop Terrace and Outdoor patio with Barbecues
  • Also Provides

  • Bi-Weekly Housekeeping
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet
  • Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
  • Free Digital Cable
  • Minimum 7 Night Stay
  • Indoor Parking available

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Neighborhood Details

Canada’s capital city sits on the Ottawa River next to the U.S. border. At the heart of the City is Parliament Hill with grand Victorian architecture and museums like the National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa is the political and technological centre of Canada, making it a very attractive city for tourists and great place to live and work.

Restaurants

The Sandy Hill Lounge & Grill is an under-rated gem serving up reasonably price, delicious comfort foods like crab cakes benedict, pork schnitzel, and pie.

Cafés / Bakeries

Fleur Tea House serves more than a spot of tea. They serve an experience complete with music, art and chocolate cake to invigorate your senses. The breakfast and lunch menu features a wide selection of breakfast sandwiches, egg dishes, pancakes, muffins, smoothies, paninis, wraps and desserts.

Food / Grocers

The Byward Market is one of Canada's oldest and largest public markets. Located George Street and York Street, you can find quality food products, fashions, health and beauty products and services, and cutting edge trends.

Main Farmer’s Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. between May and October outside of the Canadian Museum of Nature. You’ll find products from local farmers and producers nearly all from within 160km of Ottawa.

Shopping / Retail

CF Rideau Centre is is Ottawa's leading shopping destination.. Located in the heart of downtown, it is home to the biggest names in fashion, beauty, dining, electronics and more.

Sparks Street is home to many trendy clothiers, jewelry boutiques, national chain stores and local businesses.

The Byward Market is one of Canada's oldest and largest public markets. Located George Street and York Street, you can find quality food products, fashions, health and beauty products and services, and cutting edge trends.

Recreation

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.

Attractions

Parliament Hill is a suite of buildings that are home to the Parliament of Canada. The National historic site attracts approximately 3 million visitors each year, who come to tour the iconic buildings, watch the changing of the guard, experience the sound and light show, and celebrate Canada Day and other special occasions.

The National Gallery of Canada is one of Canada’s premier art galleries with exhibitions and collections of art from the Middle Ages to contemporary art. Activities, tours, events and school programming are also part of the Gallery’s offerings.

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.

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