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About Prince Edward Island
We have chosen to present information on this selection of hotels because of their reputation for excellence in the hotel industry. By visiting the city sites you will find descriptions, information and photos of some of the following hotels.
Delta Prince Edward
Howard Johnson's
Comfort Inn
Econo Lodge
Quality Inn
Rodd Confederation Inn
Best Western
Dundee Arms
Holiday Inn
The Great George
Rodd, Charlottetown
Rodd Royalty Inn
Quality Inn Garden of the Gulf
Linkletter Inn and Convention Center
Econo Lodge

PEI is a great place to live and to visit. There are small communities throughout the Province and only two cities, namely Charlottetown and Summerside. The soil is red, and the terrain consists of gently rolling hills. There are no mountains on PEI. There are no tall buildings. The highest buildings has 6 floors. Most Islanders live in their own homes or in apartments. There is a public transit system in Charlottetown, the provinces capital. Most of the hotels in Prince Edward Island are located in either Summerside of Charlottetown although there are also few in the Cavendish Tourism area. Because the Island is quite small travelling to either end from these locations is just a short drive.

There are many fast food restaurants in the province including the many major fast food chains. You will also find many high quality restaurants many of which are staffed by graduates from the award winning "Culinary Institute of Canada" which is located in Charlottetown. One of the unique features of the Island is the abundance of fresh seafood and the number of places where you can order a "Lobster Supper"

There are three ways to come to the Province. The first is by the Confederation Bridge which links PEI to New Brunswick. It is the longest bridge over ice covered waters in the world. It takes about 12 minutes to cross the bridge. The second is by ferry using the route from Wood Islands Prince Edward Island to Caribou, Nova Scotia. It takes about 75 minutes to travel by ferry. You may also visit PEI by flying into the Charlottetown airport.

Prince Edward Island is known for the quality and abundance of its golf courses. Many of the courses are of championship quality and the cost of a golf vacation is very reasonable when compared to other golf destinations. A number of the courses are part of golf resorts with the first tees being only a few minutes away from your hotel. Most hotels can arrange tee times and transportation for you to the course of your choice. PEI is constantly being awarded "Best Golf Value in Canada" awards.