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Holidays in Prince Edward Island

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Prince Edward Island Vacation: Coronavirus Information

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Top hotels in Prince Edward Island

Delta Hotels Prince Edward by Marriott
Delta Hotels Prince Edward by Marriott
4 out of 5
18 Queen St, Charlottetown, PE
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$156 per night from 5 Feb. to 6 Feb.
4.4/5Excellent! (660 reviews)

"Friendly desk staff..............................."…"

Reviewed on 22 Jan. 2021

Delta Hotels Prince Edward by Marriott
Hampton Inn & Suites Charlottetown
Hampton Inn & Suites Charlottetown
2.5 out of 5
300 Capital Drive, Charlottetown, PE
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$108 per night from 1 Feb. to 2 Feb.
4.5/5Wonderful! (262 reviews)

"I was surprised that there was no safe for valuables in the room. But the excellent service from the staff made up for it. One lady that was especially professional and attentive was Stephanie."…"

Reviewed on 24 Nov. 2020

Hampton Inn & Suites Charlottetown
The Holman Grand Hotel
The Holman Grand Hotel
4 out of 5
123 Grafton St, Charlottetown, PE
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is AU$121 per night from 2 Feb. to 3 Feb.
4.6/5Exceptional! (618 reviews)

"Very clean and modern hotel. Comfortable bed. Especially loved the jetted tub! Will be staying again."…"

Reviewed on 10 Jan. 2021

The Holman Grand Hotel
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Top activities in Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island Holiday

Sample Gulf of Saint Lawrence oysters, look over the coast from 19th-century lighthouses and see the spot where Canada was born. Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest and least populated province, but it is also one of the country’s most famous and recognizable locales. The small island was popularized in the well-known 1908 children’s novel Anne of Green Gables. Today hundreds of thousands of tourists come to see its Victorian-era fishing villages, 19th-century lighthouses and windswept coastline.

In addition to being the capital of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown is considered Canada’s birthplace, because the Canadian Confederation was planned here in 1864. The Government House, where the island’s lieutenant governor lives, stands near Victoria Park. After you’ve explored historic Charlottetown, get a taste of daily life in the redbrick shopping and restaurant district of Victoria Row or at the city’s biweekly Farmers Market on seasonal Wednesdays and year-round Saturdays.

Visit Cavendish on the island’s north shore. This popular locale was the setting for Anne of Green Gables. The book’s author, L.M. Montgomery, lived here close to the Green Gables House, which inspired the story’s setting. Drive 30 minutes east to nearby Prince Edward Island National Park. Stretching across a thin peninsula in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, this park features rare sand dunes and some of the island’s best beachfront.

Browse the island’s many small, historic fishing villages, sampling local oysters and lobsters caught fresh daily. Bike or walk along parts of the Confederation Trail, which spans the island from Tignish to Elmira and passes through many small towns and scenic landscape. Look for antique lighthouses with round, square and octagonal shapes. The island’s oldest lighthouse at Point Prim on the south shore was built in 1846.

Fly into Charlottetown’s airport from one of many large Canadian cities. Otherwise, drive from the Canadian mainland along the Confederation Bridge, spanning the 8-mile (13-kilometre) channel, which is covered with ice for part of the year. Arrive in late June to see the island covered in blooming wildflowers.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Prince Edward Island holiday package cost?
Chart your own course with our Prince Edward Island holiday packages, which start from a low . Handpick the hotels and flights that fit your travel plans. Then, add on a couple of enriching experiences for an amazing escape.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Prince Edward Island holiday package?
Don’t stress if you’re rethinking your Prince Edward Island holiday package — it’s possible to cancel or amend your booking. And if you’ve booked it within the last 24 hours, you may be able to do it for free. However, bookings made more than 24 hours ago may incur a fee from your airline, hotel or car rental company. We know your circumstances can suddenly change, so look up our Customer Service Portal if that occurs. When you’re ready to make changes, we’re ready to help.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Prince Edward Island?
Bundle your flights and hotels, add on extras such as tours, and save up to $200. A Prince Edward Island holiday package makes getting away on a budget a breeze. You won’t just score impressive discounts on your escape — you’ll have loads of choice within your reach too. When you book through Expedia, you’ll have your pick of over 400 air carriers and 1 000 000 hotels around the world. Your next epic adventure starts right here, right now!
When is the best time of year to visit Prince Edward Island?
If you love the atmosphere of peak season, you’ll enjoy visiting Prince Edward Island in August, July, June. If you’re chasing a calmer vibe, January, November, December is a better time to visit. Watching your budget? Perhaps avoid July, when things like airfares and hotels go up in price. March is generally when you’ll land the best deals.
How far in advance should I book my Prince Edward Island holiday?
To land discount prices, book as early as you can. Air carriers generally advertise flights, along with some of the lowest fares, around 12 months in advance. Hotels, activities and car rental should also be booked early to avoid disappointment. If you’re in need of a last-minute getaway to Prince Edward Island, there are always lots of great deals on Expedia. Check them out now!
What does an Expedia Prince Edward Island travel package include?
With Expedia, you can select a combination of car rentals, hotels and flights to build your perfect Prince Edward Island travel package. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add on the fun stuff like tours and experiences. Remember — the more you bundle, the more cash you’ll save!
What should I know before booking a Prince Edward Island travel package?
A travel package can be customized for your circumstances and is a simple way to make your budget go further. What you include is up to you. Rental cars, hotels and flights — come up with a combination that suits your plans.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Prince Edward Island holiday packages?
Any good trip can become expensive, so it’s reassuring to know that Expedia is able to make things easier. Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, you can now get the most out of your hard-earned dollars with a Book Now, Pay Later holiday package.
Can I choose my airline with a Prince Edward Island Expedia holiday package?
Most definitely. Expedia has over 550 partner airlines to choose from around the globe. With such a huge range of choice, finding the perfect carrier to take you to Prince Edward Island shouldn’t be hard.