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Chateau Moncton Hotel - Facade (Front View) - NB, Canada
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Experience Moncton's finest hospitality

Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, we are confident you'll agree that Château Moncton - Hotel & Suites exceeds the standard of excellence in Atlantic Canada. The hotel is conveniently located on Main Street in Moncton, New Brunswick. The Château Moncton - Hotel & Suites is just minutes from the airport and within easy walking distance to downtown and the shopping mall. Designed with travelers in mind, Château Moncton - Hotel & Suites has raised the bar on quality, service and comfort. Situated on the banks of the historic Petitcodiac River and its famous Tidal Bore, the hotel pays tribute to the importance the river played in the lives of the early settlers to the area, through its unique décor. Combining the essence of yesterday with the technology of today, our hotel delivers an unforgettable experience and ambiance. Château Moncton - Hotel & Suites wants every guest to feel like he or she is our most important guest. No effort will be spared by our friendly and helpful staff to ensure all your needs and expectations are exceeded. Our guests can enjoy free parking as well as a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast. Make your next visit unforgettable!

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