The Hotel Charlottetown seen in October 2012.
|Hotel chain||Rodd Hotels & Resorts|
|Location||Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island|
|Address||75 Kent Street|
|Owner||Rodd Hotels and Resorts|
|Management||Rodd Hotels and Resorts|
|Number of rooms||115|
|Number of suites||7|
|Number of restaurants||Chambers Restaurant & Bar|
Its most notable guests were Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh who stayed at the hotel during Prince Edward Island's centennial Confederation celebrations in July 1973.
Canadian National Hotels sold the property to Rodd Hotels and Resorts in the early 1980s. Since then, the hotel has operated as the Rodd Charlottetown, also known informally as the Charlottetown Hotel. Rodd funded a renovation and restoration project in 1999.
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