Radisson Hotel Ottawa Parliament Hill
402 Queen Street
Ottawa , ON K1R5A7
Ideal for government travellers, Radisson Hotel Ottawa Parliament Hill is one kilometre from Parliament Hill and less than a kilometre from the Supreme Court of Canada and the office complex of Constitution Square. Coming to the city for fun? Several of Ottawa’s top attractions are also less than two kilometres away, including ByWard Market and the CF Rideau Centre. After a morning of shopping, tourists can take a deeper look at the country’s history by visiting the nearby Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of History.
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Hotel amenities & services
At the Radisson, our Guest Services Department can make travel easier by helping you arrange a rental car, reserve theatre tickets or locate professional services. Additional amenities and services include:
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Our rooms & suites
When you reserve one of our 176 guest rooms and suites, you can kick back on the bed to watch the 37-inch flat-screen TV or catch up on emails via free Wi-Fi. In the morning, open the windows to let in some fresh air before starting your day. Standard room highlights include:
If you’re in the area on state business, take advantage of our government hotel rates and enjoy easy access to Parliament Buildings, the Supreme Court, the Library and Archives Canada, and other government offices and embassies.
Where to eat while you’re here
You can enjoy a delicious meal anytime at Gibson's on Queen. Located on our property, this restaurant prides itself on serving flavourful food made with natural and real ingredients. They offer an extensive selection of entrees, including burgers, artisan sandwiches, steaks and salads. After a day of meetings, you can gather with colleagues in the bar to watch a sports game while sipping a local craft beer.
Things to do in Ottawa
From our prime downtown location, you can easily visit Ottawa’s top attractions, including the Canadian Museum of History and the National Gallery of Canada. Don’t miss these other favourites during your stay:
Canadian War Museum – A 15-minute walk from the hotel, the Canadian War Museum boasts an impressive collection of three million artefacts as well as exhibits that emphasise the human aspect of war. For an additional fee, you can take one of five guided, themed tours.
ByWard Market – One of Canada’s oldest and largest public markets, ByWard Market is a four-block square of shops, restaurants, galleries, salons, museums and cafes. The market is just two kilometres from the hotel so you can easily walk or drive.
Parliament Hill – Located just one kilometre from our property, Parliament Hill is the seat of Canada’s government and the site of the Centennial Flame and Peace Tower. While there, you can take a self-guided tour of the buildings or get tickets for a free guided tour.
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Groups & meetings
When hosting a business meeting, a bridal shower or a birthday celebration for up to 80 people, choose the Radisson in downtown Ottawa. We are just 20 minutes from the airport and a 10-minute walk from Parliament Hill, which makes it easy for guests to find your event. Giving a presentation? Each of our three meeting rooms is outfitted with audiovisual equipment and free high-speed Internet.
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Please note: Limited on-site parking is available at the hotel for $22 plus tax per night. Parking garage height is six feet.
Explore government buildings in downtown Ottawa
Whether you’re touring Canada’s famous government buildings or you’re travelling on business, the Radisson in Ottawa provides an ideal location about one and a half kilometres from Parliament Hill. We also offer Canadian government hotel rates, and Club CarlsonSM members can earn rewards like free hotel nights, room upgrades, airline miles, plus other exclusive privileges at more than 1,000 hotels worldwide.
From our hotel in downtown Ottawa, you can walk to Parliament Buildings, the Supreme Court, Library and Archives Canada, and other government offices and embassies. When you have time to explore some of the area’s tourist attractions, check out places like the Canadian War Museum and the pedestrian Sparks Street Mall, which is home to several restaurants, stores and outdoor festivals.