Welcome to the completely renovated Comfort Inn Fredericton, we are your premiere choice for Fredericton Hotels!
For guests seeking relaxing accommodations with a location convenient to all of the attractions in the Fredericton area, the Comfort Inn hotel is the perfect place to stay.
A New Level of Comfort!
- Completely Renovated Guest Rooms, Lobby & Breakfast Room!
- Free Hot Breakfast
- Free wireless high-speed Internet access
- Mini-fridge and microwave available in all rooms
- Pet-friendly hotel
- Fitness Room
- Guest Coin Laundry
- Free Local Calls
- Unlimites Long Distance and International Calling $5.00 per stay ( up to 5 nights)
Detour alert effective June 1st 2016:
When traveling from the East into Fredericton you won't take exit 294 anymore, you will act like you are heading towards Edmundston and take exit 281. Off of this exit you will turn left onto Hanwell road taking you to your first set of lights where you will turn right onto Prospect st and the Comfort Inn will be on your left hand side.
The Comfort Inn® hotel is conveniently located uptown near Fredericton Botanical Garden and Odell Park. The University of New Brunswick-Fredericton, St. Thomas University campuses and Downtown Business District are located within minutes as well.
Fredericton’s uptown offers endless shopping opportunities! The Corbett Centre is Fredericton's newest shopping and dining center offering a pedestrian friendly environment with ample parking. Located at the top of Regent Street, it’s anchored by big box stores Costco, Winners, Michaels, Pet Smart, and Bed Bath & Beyond, Gap Outlet, Carters/Oshkosh & more! For an indoor shopping experience, Fredericton’s Regent Mall features 115 stores and services including H&M, Bath & Body Works, Sears, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, Cineplex 10-plex cinema, Chapters, Starbucks and more.
The downtown district is home to over 30 restaurants, cafés, and one of a kind retailers. Fredericton has more working artisans per capita than any other City in Canada, making it an ideal place for discovering local treasures.
Visit our world-class galleries and artist run boutiques filled with unique products. From art to jewelry, pottery and home décor, downtown Fredericton has it all! The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, a gift to the people of New Brunswick from Lord Beaverbrook (Sir Max Aitken), features works by Canadian and British artists and a unique sample of works from international artists. The gallery is also known for the very large Salvador Dali painting, , Santiago El Grande that hangs in the lobby.
The Science East science center is perfect for families. Science East is an interactive science museum located in downtown Fredericton. It uses innovative, interactive science exhibits to demonstrate basic science concepts, prompt curiosity and foster interest and understanding of science among people of all ages.
Take the time to visit Fredericton Boyce Farmers’ Market and you won’t be sorry.
Fredericton's original market since 1951 is open every Saturday, 6 am to 1 pm with over 200 vendors and was recently named one of the top eight (8) Farmers' Markets to visit in Canada (Harrowsmith Magazine, June 2006). Farmers, artisans, craftspeople, and others offer a tempting variety of fresh meat, garden vegetables, home baked goods, maple syrup, and all sorts of other goodies from the farm, plus flowers, handcrafts, jewelry and more. Have a home cooked breakfast in the small café area or enjoy a taste of offerings from several unique and ethnic food vendors.
In the historic Garrison district, explore a charming neighborhood and enjoy a visit to the Lighthouse Adventure Centre. The Canadian Army was born in 1884 with the establishment of the Infantry School Corps, Company 'A' in Fredericton. Watch as period-dressed guard re-enact a drill ceremony to the beat of a piper and drummer. Maybe you will be selected to 'inspect' the guard!
Theatrical works are performed in the Fredericton Playhouse. Today, The Playhouse operates as a professional performance venue available for local, national, and international artists and companies. It also presents touring artists as part of its own professional series and offers a comprehensive education and outreach program.
Guests of this Fredericton hotel will also want to visit the Village of New Maryland, Oromocto, CFB Gagetown and King’s Landing for additional family fun during their stay. Just 20 minutes from Fredericton, nestled in a majestic setting in the St. John River valley, Kings Landing Historical Settlement depicts the one hundred year transformation of a young colony into a vibrant nation. Witness the bustle of farm life, and learn first-hand how ordinary people lived and worked in the 19th century.
This pet-friendly hotel offers free local calls and a free weekday newspaper. The hotel offers free hot breakfast and an exercise room is also available.
Business travelers will appreciate complimentary high-speed Internet access. Copy and fax machines are available for guest use at a nominal fee. A computer with Internet access is also available for our guest’ use at no charge.
All guest rooms at this Fredericton hotel come with 32-inch LCD televisions, irons, ironing boards, coffee makers and hair dryers. We are a completely non-smoking hotel.
A laundry room and valet cleaning services are available for guests' convenience. A friendly multilingual staff is on site to make each stay a pleasant one.
The new destination video for Fredericton by Fredericton Tourism does an amazing job to encapsulate the Fredericton spirit in the Summer.
This amazing video of one of the beautiful Saint Thomas University, was created by the very talented Michael Stemm.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallary are still taking in donations to reach their renovation needs. Take a peek at their beautiful plans and if you are inspired help them make their dream come true!
"Make this gallery your gallery. Let us say, our gallery. Make it our playground, our delight, our source of inspiration.”- Lord Beaverbrook, 1959
One of the best times of year is when its Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival time.
Adventure can be anywhere you look - especially right here in Fredericton! From tubing down the Nashwaak River and exploring the beautiful Saint John River, to soaring through the trees with TreeGo at Mactaquac Provincial Park, there are tons of adventures to be had in the capital city!