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Welcome to the Comfort Inn Fredericton, New Brunswick!

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)
 

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.

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