Looking to stay in Ottawa for an extended period of time, look no further! The Carleton Suite Hotel is the newest extended stay hotel in downtown Ottawa.
Whether you are relocating to Ottawa, traveling for business or needing temporary accommodation, stays at the Carleton Suite Hotel are instantly made memorable as our suites have been thoughtfully designed to ensure our valued guests feel at home while enjoying spacious work and living spaces. Settle in.
Free daily hot buffet breakfast
Welcome to the Carleton Suite Hotel. As an independent, locally owned all-suite hotel, we are delighted to offer everything you need for a worry-free, extended stay, with friendly service and all the comforts of home.
At the Carleton Suite Hotel, the well-being of our guests and the community is important to us. This is why we would like to inform you that our daily breakfast will now be a boxed breakfast, and delivered to our guest’s suites. This arrangement is a temporary as we are seriously monitoring the situation surrounding COVID-19.
Your commute to and from the office is now easier than ever. The hotel is conveniently located 400m, a 6 minute walk, to the nearest O-Train’s Confederation Line station (Parliament Station is located at the corner of O’Connor and Queen Street or through the atrium of the Sun Life Financial Centre.)
Meetings & Events
Guests love having their meetings here, and we can see why. We have nine meeting rooms (all with natural lighting), with 7,630 sq. ft. of space to choose from. Board meeting for 10? Reception for 200? No problem. Catering or special request? We’re happy to help.
Key Hotel Amenities
What to Watch For
Rideau Canal Skateway
JANUARY – MARCH, 2020
50th season! Every winter, 7.8 km (4.8 miles) of the Rideau Canal transforms into the world’s largest outdoor skating rink, as designated by Guinness World Records.
JANUARY 31 – FEBRUARY 17, 2020
A unique winter festival featuring snow and ice sculpture competitions, snow playgrounds, and skating and sporting events which transform Ottawa into a winter wonderland.
MAY 8 – 18, 2020
This annual world-famous festival centres around Ottawa’s love affair with the tulip, with a million tulips blooming in public areas, including 300,000 blooms in Commissioners Park near Dows Lake.