The Downtown core, made up primarily of Duckworth Street and Water Street, encircles St. John’s’ sheltered harbour. The heart of the town is bustling with restaurants, shops and the most pubs per capita in North America.
Jelly Bean Row, live traditional music and the striking seascapes of Signal Hill attract visitors from all over the world. During the summer months, accommodations are teeming with guests.
While the majority of hotels in St. John’s are clustered within walking distance from each other, that doesn’t mean that they are all the same. From recently renovated chain properties to luxury boutique havens, the hotels of Newfoundland and Labrador’s capital have a lot to offer.