We stayed two nights at the Delta Prince Edward the first weekend of August. We paid a discounted rate of $254 per night. Overall, I would say it is fine, but nothing special. You are paying for the location, in historic downtown Charlottown, the name Delta, and the convenience of online booking rather than for anything special at the hotel.
We arrived late, after 10pm, and the lobby was fully staffed. We were served with less than a two minute wait. There was only one robe in the room, and when I called for two more they were delivered within five minutes - a very impressive response time. We were a little disapointed by a concierge who seemed reluctant to make any reccomendations about anything. Whenever we asked his advice, he just kept handing us the toursit map of Charlottown.
We were a little disapointed that wireless internet was an additional charge, but I should have read that when I booked - it does say so on the hotel website - and the hotel provides a cable wire for free internet at the room's desk, so not a big deal.
There were no problems with our room and we got exactly what we booked. I would have loved a water view but I neither booked nor requested one - our unfortunate view was of the hotel vents. Still, the little window seat was nice. It rained the entire weekend, and there was plenty of room for three of us to spread out and use our laptops through the weekend. Good sized clean bathroom and comfortable beds.
The location couldn't be better. On the harbour, walking distance to every downtown attraction. Even in the rain, we were able to get out because nothing was too far from our room.
The hotel had a good sized pool and clean changerooms. A very relaxing whirlpool was nice, and the pool has the most comfortable chairs around.
The only negative was getting to and from parking, and the flood they had in the parking lot. There is only one small elevator to get down to the parkade - it had a lineup almost every time we needed to use it. The hotel uses sandbags to stop the water and one of them had opened. It made for a very muddy parking lot to walk through.
Other than the parking the experience was fine, but I wouldn't go there again simply because there were a lot of "character" hotels and B&Bs I noticed while walking around, and I just didn't feel we got anything special for the price we paid.
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