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Our Atlantic Canada Travel News

Overnight trip to Moncton

April 24, 2017

 

Took an unexpected trip overnight to Moncton, New Brunswick for business. Didn't get to see a lot of Moncton but needed to comment on the Comfort Inn East on Maplewood Drive where we spent a restful night and enjoyed a hot meal in the morning for breakfast.

Important to us with 2 dogs the place is pet-friendly and they don't charge extra (one hotel we called wanted a $200 deposit and $20 per dog per night).

Staff were very friendly and helpful with information on where to order pizza etc. and everything listed on their website, was in the room which was clean with a well-laid out bathroom.

We requested a room on the first floor with a patio door that made it very easy to get our "girls" (canine ones) out for a walk. There was a quiet residential area just behind the hotel which took us to a park which was an unexpected bonus.   

 

Karen & Gary