Travelodge Hotel Belleville

Address
11 Bay Bridge Road, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, K8p 3P6
Telephone
613-968-3411
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Travelodge Hotel Belleville is located in Ontario's lovely Bay of Quinte district, the Gateway to Prince Edward County. Belleville's only full service hotel offers a delightful resort setting blended with the modern comforts that meet all of your expectations. Whether for a short stay or extended visit, this Travelodge Hotel's ambiance and efficiency will leave you well rested, refreshed, and eager to return again. For business or pleasure, let Travelodge Hotel reintroduce you to the luxury and comforts you so very much deserve.


Amenities
Complimentary wireless hi speed internet access
135 foot Waterslide Pool and outdoor HEATED pool, swim in 82 degree water year round!
Fitness Center and Tennis Court
On-Site Restaurant and Lounge
Room Service
Pet friendly hotel *daily fee*
100% Smoke Free!

CAA/AAA Approved
and recently TAG Approved!

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