We’re located in Kingston’s historic downtown, just steps from Lake Ontario’s scenic waterfront and within walking distance of the city’s best attractions.
The Hotel Belvedere is just a few blocks from City Hall and Queen’s University, as well as theatres, art galleries, museums, sports and entertainment venues, specialty shops and boutiques, cafes, fine dining, and nightclubs.
We are also conveniently close to Old Fort Henry, CFB Kingston, the Wolfe Island Ferry, and Thousand Islands cruise departures.
Kingston is a short drive to the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the beaches and vineyards of Prince Edward County.
Kingston is midway between Toronto and Montreal. The city’s downtown core, which is where you’ll find the Hotel Belvedere, is just minutes south of Highway 401 (the Macdonald–Cartier Freeway). See below for typical travel times.
If you’re travelling:
- By car – We’re about three hours from Toronto, Montreal, and Syracuse, NY, and a two-hour drive from Ottawa.
- By train/bus – Kingston’s Via Rail station and Greyhound Bus terminal are both short taxi rides (10-15 min) to the Hotel Belvedere.
- By air – Toronto Pearson Airport has scheduled Air Canada flights to and from Kingston’s Norman Rogers Airport, which is located a short distance from the downtown core.