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Food + Drink
Visit the Whalesbone on Elgin, the larger version of the original location on Bank Street. Serving all your brunch favorites, in addition to Ocean Wise sustainable seafood, dry aged steak, and Canadian oysters.
Lollo Salads & Coffee
A feel good all day salad and coffee spot.
A vibrant restaurant offering a progressive Canadian Cuisine with diverse and innovate wine selections and craft cocktails. Live jazz and weekend DJs.
A contemporary fine dining restaurant, e18hteen's seasonal menus focus on quality by using the finest ingredients and highlighting their natural flavours.
Tavern on the Hill
A seasonal outdoor patio + bar offering fun & delicious food + drinks with a killer view of the city's best sites.
Art + Culture
Art + Culture
Connect with the City and check out the Nation’s Capital Tourism page and view up to date local activities and festivals on the Event Calendar up to a year in advance.
The National Gallery of Canada
Home to the world's most comprehensive collection of Canadian art. Check our room packages for current gallery offerings.
More than an historic waterway, the Rideau Canal is a 202 kilometer route through nature with outdoor offerings kayaking, skating, cruises and more.
Immerse yourself in nature in Gatineau Park, the Capital's conservation and outdoor recreation park, just 15 minutes from the hotel.
Set your sights on Canada’s Parliament Building and discover how Parliament works and explore the new homes of the Senate and House of Commons. All guided tours are free.
Canadian Museum of History
Learn about Canada’s rich history via the museum’s eclectic exhibits, spanning a range of time periods.
National Art Centre
From theater, to dance, to musical performances, the National Arts Centre boasts exquisite events in a modern, glass-framed building.
Check out the Ottawa Tourism website to connect with the city and view up-to-date local activities and festivals on the event calendar up to a year in advance.
The Rogers Interzip connects Quebec and Ontario by a wire. The zip line, spanning 1,200 feet, takes riders from Gatineau to Ottawa at speeds of up to 40 kilometers per hour.