NAV CENTRE

Address
1950 Montreal Rd, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada, K6H 6L2
Telephone
613-323-3089
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NAV CENTRE reflects comfort and amenities of a resort hotel. Situated on 70 acres of parkland adjacent to the St. Lawrence Seaway and 40 kilometres of recreational trails, the Centre is on the outskirts of Cornwall, less than an hour from Ottawa and Montreal, and five minutes from upper New York State.

An exceptional and versatile property, designed to accommodate groups and leisure travelers, we boast accomplished chefs and exceptional recreational facilities.

All guest rooms feature luxurious duvets and pillow-top mattresses, cable television and high-speed Internet access, and private bathrooms stocked with toiletries and plush towels.

NAV Centre is the ideal choice for your next stay.


We offer:

560 guest rooms
Indoor and Outdoor dining options
Irish Pub
Tuck shop
25m indoor lap pool
Large fitness centre
Gym
Saunas
Secure bike storage
Soccer fields, baseball diamonds, tennis and volleyball courts.

The NAV CENTRE is one of the few in North America to earn the coveted four-leaf status from the Audubon Green Leaf™ program, an international standard for environmental protection and energy efficiency in the hospitality industry.

Combined with dedicated staff, safe and secure bike storage, and serene setting you'll be sure to relax and enjoy your stay.

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