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Rodd Royalty
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Reviewed October 3, 2011

If you haven't been invited to the party, this hotel is not for you! Yes, the hotel rooms have been haphazardly renovated (i.e. closet doors off their hinges) but you can't change the existing structure----small rooms, tiny bathrooms, dingy stairwells and people running up and down the corridors, in and out of the rooms at all hours of the night. Again it is the overall impression that counts and that includes all the small things that contribute to the entire experience. So here is our experience:

The television:
Good news: once you figured out how to make it work, there were many channels.
Bad news: figuring out how to make it work! When we called the front desk for instructions, we were told that we weren't the first guests to have a problem, although the desk clerk did say that she would find an empty room and see if she could "practice and guide us through the instructions". Well, we never heard back, so that evening called down again, only to be told that this was a maintenance issue and involved unplugging cables at the back of the television and moving them around. Eventually we gave up and managed to figure it out by day two.

Breakfast:
Good news that it was free.
Bad news is that it was terrible, what there was of it---boiled and peeled eggs in a hot water bath..okay, I know it was free but what was available was not replenished quickly at all (yoghurts, muffins, coffee, cutlery)....the eggs, however, were plentiful!

Parking:
good news, it was free
Bad news: almost impossible to find a parking space!

Staff:
Good news, they were all very friendly, especially the housekeeping staff.

Beds:
Very comfortable but still difficult to sleep with all the hall activity.

I think the problem is that this hotel markets itself to hockey teams (indoor pool with water slide should have been our first clue) and groups of people attending onsite parties. The renovations may have taken place but they seem to be more cosmetic. I am not sure what else could actually be done.

If price matters, this hotel is okay for a night or two but I think it might be worth it to check around and spend the extra money to stay at the Holiday Inn Express just down the road.

Room Tip: Maybe not in the main building?
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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2  Thank Katchapuri
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Reviewed September 25, 2011

My boyfriend and I travelled to the Maritimes for a week in September, and for both nights we stayed in PEI, we stayed at this hotel. We got a very good price for the room and would not hesitate to stay here again!

It has been recently renovated, so our room was clean, modern, and updated. The bed was soft and comfortable, one of the best night's sleep I have ever gotten in a hotel. There was a nice flat screen TV, and a couch and coffee table and small loveseat by the bed which was very nice. The room also had a fridge and microwave which was great for food on the go. The bathroom was smaller but once again, clean and updated. The pool was great, and the waterslide was a lot of fun, even for adults! The hot tub was new and nice. The staff were very friendly and helpful too.

The hot breakfast was pretty good. It was pretty standard, and the food was fresh and hot.

The location of this hotel is abotu a five minute drive from downtown Charlottetown. There is a Sobey`s right behind the hotel, and several other chain stores. Walmart is also a walk away from the hotel. We found this convenient as we got food from Sobey`s when we didn`t feel like going out for supper and forgot a few items for our trip we just walked over to Walmart.

Overall, I would 100% reccomend this hotel for the value and the modern updates! Definitiely would stay here again.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank alyssa9889
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Reviewed September 14, 2011

We stayed in this hotel in second week of Aug 2011.
This is a good hotel, the room are nice and clean, it seems are all renovated recently.
Pool is good with water slide. Gym is small but neat & clean.
Breakfast is included in room rent, now much choice. You must be very early at breakfast or you will find not much left.
Location is good.
Overall good experience.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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2  Thank Manjinder D
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Reviewed August 28, 2011

We recently stayed at the Rodd. We had a great experience here. This hotel is far superior in comparison to others in PEI. The rooms are clean and nicely decorated. The beds are very comfortable. The staff at the front desk are friendly and helpful. Hot breakfast is included and very good. Overall we have no complaints. Without a doubt we will go back to the Rodd Royalty Inn. Number 1 in our books.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank Kirkie161
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Reviewed August 20, 2011

Were. Surprise at the spaciousness of the room with it's own loft for the price. Rooms were clean and quiet. The pool area needed some attention. The slide was fun but the stairs are showing their age. The hallways look a little dated but the rooms are nice. Breakfast in the morning was one of e better continental breakfasts we had over our two week vacation. Staff at this hotel was also very friendly and helpful.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a loft
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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2  Thank Hugh792
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