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Kingston's got it all. Set against the backdrop of beautiful Lake Ontario, Greater Kingston boasts a blend of big-city panache, world-class hospitality and proud Canadian heritage that makes it a favourite year-round destination for holiday travellers. Our accomodation mix--from historic bed & breakfasts and charming downtown inns to full-service hotels loaded with resort facilities--guarantees the best in home-away-from-home comfort. You'll fall in love with Kingston's unique blend of homey hospitality and cosmopolitan flair, which you can savour three times a day at any of the city's bistros, outdoor cafes or delightful family and international restaurnats. The scholastic traditions of Queen's University and Royal Military College, together with the rich cultural community of local performers and artists, provide an exciting programme of events that will bring you back time and again.

Kingston - City Hall

Steeped in three centuries of grand Canadian history, Kingston is the oldest city in Ontario and served as the first capaital of the Provnce of Canada. Today, a bustling urban community comprising 140,000 people, Greater Kingston is strategically located along the wealthiest business corridor in the country and is the major city for commerce, education and health services in Southeastern Ontario.