Delta Fredericton

A gracious, comfortable home from home

Fredericton is one of the most beautiful cities with vibrant festivals, must-see highlights, the historical Kings Landing settlement and also the town is adorned with tree-lined streets, impressive Victorian homes and more than 70 kilometres of trails and ample rolling green space and its all on your door-step at the Delta Fredericton. For your comfort the hotel benefits from a swimming pool with an outdoor Dip Pool Bar & Grill. There is also a delicious buffet at Urban Grill when you are on the run or kick back for drinks and pub-style fare in the cosy DJ Purdy's Lounge.

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Guide Price

 £1,159  per person
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Tripadvisor rating 857 Reviews
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Hotel highlights

  • Restaurants and bars
  • Comfortable accommodation
  • Swimming Pool

Hotel Features

General Information

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  • 222 rooms

Main Facilities

  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

For Families

  • Babysitting

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Delta Fredericton

857 Reviews 91% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 534
  • Very Good 235
  • Average 57
  • Poor 20
  • Terrible 11

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness


Nov 05, 2019

Love the hotel and staff!!!

Miramichi, Canada

My family and I always enjoy our stays at Delta Fredericton, the hotel is our favorite stay in New Brunswick! Sara and her staff are second to none, they are always friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable and warm. The hotel is well situated on the banks of the Saint John River and is close to the downtown area. The rooms are always exceptional clean and very modern and we always make sure we eat at the restaurant as the food is amazing! Can't wait to stay again!
Oct 14, 2019

Not as good as it used to be!

Toronto, Canada

We have stayed at the Fredericton Delta many times over the years: it has a convenient location (within easy walking or driving distance of the down-town core), it has a great setting (overlooks the beautiful St. John River), up until now it has always maintained a reasonable level of amenities (to usual business standards), and it has always seemed welcoming before (we've never had problems prior to this with reservations or getting quickly into our room). But things seemed to have changed when we stayed there last a little over a week ago. Firstly: When we arrived in late afternoon there was a huge line-up to get to the desk (a number of tourist buses were said to have arrived at the same time). In spite of this, the problem was not apparently anticipated and no extra staff were obviously put on to accommodate the large volume of people trying to check in at the same time. Secondly: After more than a half hour in line, we were told when we did arrive at the desk that there was no room available for us (this in spite of having paid in advance through Expedia for our entire stay). They somehow made us feel it was our fault when it subsequently became clearly apparent that they had overbooked the hotel. While at first they only offered to arrange for an inconvenient place to stay in another hotel (not "for free" as they seemed to imply, because after all we had in fact already paid), eventually they gave us an upgrade at no extra charge to a more expensive room (which was available). However, to get this upgrade (which should have under the circumstances been offered right away) we had to push back very strongly about how our case was being handled and refuse to move until it was properly resolved. (Under the new passenger bill of rights airlines have to pay very substantial penalties for analogous overbooking). Thirdly: While acceptable and clean, our room appeared rather out-dated and a little bit shabby. Fourthly: The in-house restaurant was closed for renovations, although the Diplomat and Sunshine restaurants are an easy walk away across the parking lot and the street respectively. They are good for simple or moderate-quality meals. Fifthly: No copier was present in the lobby for printing online boarding passes. To do this I had to inconveniently e-mail them to the front desk so they could print them for me. Sixthly: I don't remember paying for parking before. Twelve dollars per day may not be much by big-city standards, but it was self-parking outdoors. And all of the many attendees at the various wedding receptions that took place while we were there did not have to pay (had their parking for free in other words). While we would still consider staying at the Fredericton Delta, in view of the above we may well go elsewhere our next time in town. You just have to wonder if the change of management from Delta to Marriott has lowered the quality of the place.
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