Residence & Conference Centres - Welland

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555 First Ave, Welland, ON, Canada, L3C 7L4
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905-732-9700
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Thank you for your interest with our Residence and Conference Centres - Welland property located on Niagara College. We offer affordable summer accomodations to groups and transient guest's each year. We are also central to local popular bike trails, attractions and wineries in the Niagara region.

Each of our spacious guest suites features:
- Two separate bedrooms, each with its own double bed, cable television, telephones with free local calls, voicemail and high speed internet.
- Kitchenette with microwave and refrigerator
- Private three piece washroom
- Air-conditioning with individual climate controls

Additional Amenities Include:
- Complimentary on-site parking
- Housekeeping service including towel and linen service
- Common kitchen
- On-site laundry facilities - card operated
- Business centre and fax/photocopy and internet services
- Ice / Vending machines
- On-Site meeting facilities, games room and movie theatre room can be reserved at an additional charge. In addition we can also arrange on-site catering.

Guests also enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast served daily from 6:00am – 9:00am featuring a variety of breads, cereals and hot and cold beverages. (May through August)

For a virtual tour of our property, please click on the following link: www.stayrcc.com/welland


In Hospitality,

Mike Parente
Sales Manager
Residence & Conference Centres - Niagara-on-the-Lake/Welland

137 Taylor Rd
NOTL, ON
L0S 1J0

phone: 905-641-4435 Ext 2009
email: mparente@stayrcc.com

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