The Algonquin Resort – St. Andrews by-the-Sea

184 Adolphus Street, St. Andrews, New Brunswick , E5B 1T7

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Overview

Formerly the Fairmont Algonquin Hotel & Resort and situated on the Passamaquoddy Bay, you’ll find this Canadian seaside resort, which offers luxurious accommodations, a full-service spa, an award winning golf course, outdoor pool, and 24-hour room service. Enjoy rooms that range from a cozy standard stay with two double beds, a queen or a king, or book a one-bedroom suite, which offers guests a private patio, wood-burning fireplace and whirlpool tub. All rooms come with flat-screen TV’s and complimentary Internet access.

Enjoy outdoor activities on the beach, where you can build a sand castle or play volleyball. The children’s program is available from July through August, along with seasonal activities for families and a playground for kids.

The resort offers two onsite eateries. Braxton’s Restaurant and Bar dishes up classic flavors three times day that are fit for any palate. The Clubhouse serves only lunch and dinner and is perfect for a casual bite with the family or a surf-and-turf dinner with friends.

Our Editor Loves

  • Luxurious accommodations and services
  • Seasonal activities for families
  • Playground and children's program available

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Sailing

Family Amenities

  • Babysitting
  • Children Programs
  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Historic, good service & price

by Hockeybo

All good as in tittle and room had a great view and seemed to have been recently redone, BUT the walls are too thin and we could hear the guy next door snoring and then his family talking. I know these old hotel may not been well sound proofed but still frustrating. Nice public area that has board games. Overall nice historic hotel with very good service. Restaurant was good as was their staff. What’s up with a dog in lobby? Heard him growl and snap and someone not everyone likes dogs.

Not bad, not great

by Expedition285420

We wanted to stay at a grand resort hotel and included this on our Maritime tour. The drive up and walk around the grounds reminds one of the grandeur that these places once commanded and the locale was charming and quaint.
The room was upgraded but it was at the end of a long hall and seemed the room hadn’t been used in a while as there were lots of dead flies by the windows. The pillows also had an odour to them and we asked to have them replaced. Not sure if they were changed or if just put back on the bed as the “new” ones had a similar scent. Ended up leaving them on the couch.
A beautiful setting and nice village, but next time might take a pass on the “upgrade”!

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