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All Countries > Canada > Ontario > Kingston > Days Inn - Kingston

Days Inn - Kingston
33 Benson Street
Kingston, ON K7K 5W2
Nightly Rates (103.95 - 134.37)   2 Star

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Property Description
Conveniently Located at Exit 617 of Highway 401 (Division Street), Days Inn Hotel & Convention Centre is just Minutes away from all of Greater Kingstons Leading Attractions Featuring: Lobby Business Centre with Free Access to Computer and High Speed Internet Free Weekday Morning Newspaper Fitness Room; Outdoor Pool and Patio 9 Meeting Rooms 162 Modern Guest Rooms Feature Free Wireless High Speed Internet Access your Choice of King BedS or 2 Queen or 2 Double Beds; in-room Coffee Maker (First Pot Free) Pay Movies on-demand and Nintendo Free Parking; Free Local Telephone Calls Programs TripRewards; CAA/AAA; Senior Corporate, Government and Group. For 1000 Island and Fort Henry Packages Please Call 1-800-267-7888.




Amenities
  • AM/FM Alarm Clock

  • Bar/Lounge

  • Beach

  • Barber/Beauty Shop

  • Business Center

  • Coffee Maker in Room

  • Courtesy Car

  • 24 Hour Front Desk

  • Handicapped Rooms/Facilities

  • Express Checkout

  • Fishing

  • Free Parking

  • Free Local Telephone Calls

  • Golf

  • Golf

  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities

  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities

  • Free Newspaper

  • Pool

  • Parking

  • Restaurant

  • Safe Deposit Box

  • Shops/Commercial Services

  • Fitness Center or Spa

  • Tennis

  • Television with Cable

  • Laundry/Valet Services


  • Room Information
  • General Information

  • Guest Room

  • Our guest rooms offer you clean, comfortable, secure accommodation in a newly renovated (last major upgrade 2006) environment. We offer a selection of rooms featuring your choice of: two double beds; one queen bed; one king bed or two queen beds. In addition, 91% of our rooms are non-smoking for your enjoyment. Free local calls, free weekday morning paper, in-room coffee maker with first pot free and so much more.
  • Suite


  • Miscellaneous Information
  • Canadian Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 02:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT-5 

  • Opened in  1964 

  • Renovated in  1997 

  • 155  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 2  floors. 


  • Directions
    Take the Airport road East (left of Airport) until you reach Sir John A MacDonald Boulevard. Turn North (left) until you reach Counter street. Go East (right) until you reach Division street. Turn North (left) until you reach Benson street. Turn East (right). Welcome to Days Inn Kingston Hotel & Convention Centre. From Highway #401, take exit 617 (Division street) South. The first left turn is Benson Street. From Highway #401, take exit 617 (Division street) South. The first left turn is Benson street. Norman Rogers Airport, Pearson International Airport, Kingston Airport, Toronto Airport

    Guarantee Policy
    All reservations made via the Internet require a credit card to guarantee the reservation. Some reservations may require a credit card deposit.

    Cancellation Policy
    Cancellation penalties may apply if cancelled after the policy deadline. Please review the reservation details before confirming your reservation as policies vary.

    Restaurant Information
    Taco Bell Tim Hortons Arbys KFC McDonalds Pizza Hut Wendys Cafe Max Casa Domenico Clarence Street Grill Dennys Lone Star Cafe River Mill Restaurant Grizzly Grill Le Caveau Red Lobster Days Inn at 33 Benson Street Kingston, ON K7K 5W2 613-547-9774 North America's favorite family restaurant offering friendly service and quality food at affordable prices. Open 24 hours a day. AquaTerra Restaurbistro by Clark  10 minutes to Kingstons finest waterfront dining experience (n.b. Aqua has been renamed). Minos Restaurant  10 minutes to great Greek dining. Swiss Chalet  2 minutes to chicken at its best. East Side Marios  2 minutes to Italian cuisine.

    Meeting Facility
    9 Meeting Rooms Over the Years the Kingston Conference Centre at Days Inn has Earned an Outstanding Reputation for Service Excellence Let us make your Next gathering a truly Special Event

    Over the years, the Kingston Days Inn and Conference Centre has earned an outstanding reputation for service excellence. Let us make your next gathering a truly special event.




    Recreation Information
    * Downtown Kingston * International Hockey Hall of Fame * Tour Train * St. Lawrence College * Royal Military College Museum * Queens University * Market Square Farmers Market * Lake Ontario Park * Grand Theatre * Ft. Henry * Ft. Frontenac Museum * Canadian Forces Museum * Jones Fall * Kingston Family Fun World * Hershey Chocolate Factory
    7 minutes to a journey into our past.
  • 1000 Island Cruises

  • 5 minutes to board the best in the 1000 islands.
  • Queens University

  • 5 minutes to the Princeton of the north.
  • Bellevue House

  • 5 minutes to the home of Canadas first Prime Minister.
  • Museum Value Passport

  • Over 21 museums, galleries and historic sites.
  • The Boiler Room Climbing Gym

  • 4 Cataraqui Street Kingston, ON K7K 1Z7 613-549-0520 Test your stamina, strength and agility at our unique indoor rock climbing facility. 35 routes (3 stories high) plus the chimney... the highest indoor climb in Canada (100 feet)
  • Fort Henry

  • 10 minutes to a journey into our past. P.O. Box 213 Kingston, ON K7L 4V8 800-437-2233. Be on guard for soldiers staging mock battles daily. Listen to heart-pounding music of the fife and drum performed each day. Put on a red coat and join the Mustard Parade. Savour the sweet aroma of oven-baked goods from Fort Henry's own bakery. Explore hidden passages leading to museum rooms, scenic lookouts and more. 60th Anniversary Year. 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily Additional July and August; Wednesday, Sunset Ceremony at 7:30PM.
  • Kingston 1000 Island Cruises

  • 6 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1A2 613-549-5544 Step aboard on one of our Riverboats for a magnificent cruise of the 1000 Islands. Our distinctive vessels are equipped for your comfort and enjoyment and feature live entertainment, theater, food and dining options. 1 1/2 and 3 hour cruises. Daily lunch cruise with reserved seating. Sunset dinner cruises with nightly departures. Throughout the day and evening departing up to nine times daily.
  • Confederation Tour Trolley

  • 209 Ontario Street Kingston, ON. K7K 2Y6 All aboard! Hop on the Confederate Tour Trolley for a 50 minute exploration into Kingston's historic past! View Kingston's beautiful waterfront, and witness its charming limestone heritage, including highlights such as the Royal Military College, Fort Henry, the Penitentiaries, Olympic Harbor, Bellevue House and the campus of Queen's University. Seven days a week. Mid May to June 10AM to 5PM July 1 to Labor Day 10AM to 7PM Labor Day to Thanksgiving 10AM-2PM seven days a week, they closed after Thanksgiving. September Weekends only Tours depart hourly, seven days a week from Confederation Park across from City Hall.
  • Bellevue House

  • 35 Centre Street Kingston, ON K7L 4ES 613-545-8666 Home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. The restored Italian-style villa and Visitor commemorate his life and career. Staff in period costumes, mid-19th century house and gardens. April 1 to October 31
  • Pump House Steam Museum

  • 55 Ontario Street Kingston, ON K7L 2Y2 613-542-2261 A handsome example of Victorian architecture, the Pump House Steam Museum was built in 1849 and served as Kingston's first water-pumping station an important ally in the fight against cholera and fire. A 10 minute walk for downtown and located one block west of the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, the museum today houses multiple-ton monster engines, model trains and steam yacht. June 1st to Labor Day
  • Marine Museum of the Great Lakes

  • 55 Ontario Street Kingston, ON K7L 2Y2 613-542-2261 Tall tales, high adventure and mighty enterprise are part of the history of the inland seas. You'll hear it all when you visit the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, a historic waterfront shipyard that has been transformed into a year-round modern museum to showcase the shipping heritage of the Great Lakes. Alongside the museum you'll find the Alexander Henry, a 3,000 ton Canadian Coast GuardShip that is open for tours from mid-May to the end of September. Mid May to end of September
  • International Ice Hockey Federation Museum

  • York & Alfred Streets Kingston, ON K7L 4V6 613-544-2355 Hull, Orr, Lafleur, Tretiak, Howe, Gretzky, Lindros... and more. Add a new dimension to your holiday itinerary and relive great memories with your heroes of the past & present. Please inquire
  • Kingston Summer Festival

  • 218 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1B2 800-615-5666 A richly varied performing arts festival featuring daring, challenging, sometimes outrageous and always interesting theater, comedy, music.

  • Outdoor Pool


  • Fort Henry

  • P.O. Box 213 Kingston, ON K7L 4V8 800-437-2233 Be on guard for soldiers staging mock battles daily. Listen to heart-pounding music of the fife and drum performed each day. Put on a red coat and join the Mustard Parade. Savor the sweet aroma of oven-baked goods from Fort Henry's own bakery. Explore hidden passages leading to museum rooms, scenic lookouts and more. 60th Anniversary Year. 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM daily Additional July and August; Wednesday, Sunset Ceremony at 7:30PM
  • Kingston 1000 Island Cruises

  • 6 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1A2 613-549-5544 Step aboard on one of our Riverboats for a magnificent cruise of the 1000 Islands. Our distinctive vessels are equipped for your comfort and enjoyment and feature live entertainment, theater, food and dining options. 1 1/2 and 3 hour cruises. Daily lunch cruise with reserved seating. Sunset dinner cruises with nightly departures. Throughout the day and evening departing up to nine times daily.
  • Confederation Tour Trolley

  • 209 Wellington Street Kingston, ON. K7K 2Y6 All aboard! Hop on the Confederate Tour Trolley for a 50 minute exploration into Kingston's historic past! View Kingston's beautiful waterfront, and witness its charming limestone heritage, including highlights such as the Royal Military College, Fort Henry, the Penitentiaries, Olympic Harbor, Bellevue House and the campus of Queen's University. Seven days a week. Mid May to June 10AM to 5PM July 1 to Labor Day 10AM to 7PM September Weekends only Tours depart hourly, seven days a week from Confederation Park across from City Hall.
  • Bellevue House

  • 35 Centre Street Kingston, ON K7L 4ES 613-545-8666 Home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. The restored Italian-style villa and Visitor commemorate his life and career. Staff in period costumes, mid-19th century house and gardens. April 1 to October 31
  • Pump House Steam Museum

  • 55 Ontario Street Kingston, ON K7L 2Y2 613-542-2261 A handsome example of Victorian architecture, the Pump House Steam Museum was built in 1849 and served as Kingston's first water-pumping station an important ally in the fight against cholera and fire. A 10 minute walk for downtown and located one block west of the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, the museum today houses multiple-ton monster engines, model trains and steam yacht. June 1st to Labor Day
  • Marine Museum of the Great Lakes

  • 55 Ontario Street Kingston, ON K7L 2Y2 613-542-2261 Tall tales, high adventure and mighty enterprise are part of the history of the inland seas. You'll hear it all when you visit the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, a historic waterfront shipyard that has been transformed into a year-round modern museum to showcase the shipping heritage of the Great Lakes. Alongside the museum you'll find the Alexander Henry, a 3,000 ton Canadian Coast GuardShip that is open for tours from mid-May to the end of September. Mid May to end of September
  • International Ice Hockey Federation Museum

  • York & Alfred Streets Kingston, ON K7L 4V6 613-544-2355 Hull, Orr, Lafleur, Tretiak, Howe, Gretzky, Lindros... and more. Add a new dimension to your holiday itinerary and relive great memories with your heroes of the past & present. Please inquire
  • Kingston Summer Festival

  • 218 Princess Street Kingston, ON K7L 1B2 800-615-5666 A richly varied performing arts festival featuring daring, challenging, sometimes outrageous and always interesting theater, comedy, music.

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