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Zimmer in den Studentenwohnheimen der Universitätsstadt St John’s

Reviews for St John's

4,2
Basierend auf 442 Bewertungen
Zimmer
4,1
Betrag
4,3
Essen
3,4
Service
4,4
Gesamt
4,3
★★★★★
267
★★★★
129
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4
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An excellent low-cost option. Warm rooms and great front-desk service.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

The easy proximity of the hotel to the university and the low price makes this site excellent for conferences. The student help at the registration desk was amazing. They were patient, extremely helpful, and very professional.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

Reception staff very friendly and helpful

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

Excellent facilities for our event, however, it would have been nice to hold our contests at the university as well.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

Wonderful trip. Clean facilities. Staff friendly and extremely helpful. Gold star! =0)

Paton College, St John's, NL

I thought my overall experience was very good. I don't believe that breakfast was included with the room and if it was I was not informed which would lessen my rating. I would definitely book here again if I am in NFLD. Thanks

Paton College, St John's, NL

I had a lovely room. It was so well set up for a student to feel totally at home . The room was quiet, clean and very private. Thank you.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

It was so very much appreciated that checkout time was extended for our group. It made such a difference for those of us flying out after 11am.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

Excellent accommodations and great price. Did not know there was breakfast included so not sure how to rate that....there was a Keurig coffee maker but there was usually a big line so we did not use it.

Macpherson College, St John's, NL

St John's Besucherinformationen für Gäste

St John’s is a city that was built around it’s harbour, a dramatic inlet approached through the 200m-wide channel known as The Narrows. There was a time when the port was crammed full of ships from a wealth of nations, but these days, there is less traffic to the port, and it attracts mostly container ships and oil construction barges.

This has not stopped the growth of a vibrant nightlife in the city, and rough houses that used to be found along the waterfront have now been replaced by chic restaurants, stylish shops and professional office buildings. The waterfront is the social hub, and features a smattering of bars which showcase the best of Newfoundland folk music. This is a great reason to visit the city in itself, another is that the city forms the backdrop of the hit Canadian TV show, Republic of Doyle.

The number of seafarers who inhabit the city is dwindling, and instead the city attracts white-collar workers, artists and students from all corners of Canada.

With the exception of Signal Hill, the attractions in the city are within walking distance of each other. Museums include the Railway Coastal Museum, Provincial Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador and the East Rider Motorcycle Museum.

Getting there

The city is served by St John’s International Airport. St John’s is also the eastern terminus of the Trans-Canada Highway, which is one of the longest national highways in the world.

Geschichte von St John's

St John’s is thought to be North America’s oldest city, as year round settlement is thought to have begun sometime after 1630, with seasonal habitation beginning long before that. The city is named St John’s because Sebastian Cabot and his father became the first Europeans to sail into the harbour on the feast day of St John the Baptist (June 24th).

St John’s has been the location of many transatlantic firsts due to it’s location on the east coast of Canada. Guglielmo Marconi received the first trans-Atlantic wireless signal in St. John's on December 1901 from his wireless station in Poldhu, Cornwall. The city was also the starting point for the first non-stop transatlantic aircraft flight by Alcock and Browen in a modified Vickers Vimy IV bomber in June 1919.

During the Second World War, the harbour supported Royal Navy and Royal Canadian Navy ships that were engaged in anti-submarine warfare. It was also the site of an American Army Air Force base, Fort Pepperrell, that was established as part of the "Lend-Lease" agreement between the United Kingdom and United States. The base was transferred to Canadian control in 1960 and is now known as CFS St. John's. The Knights of Columbus Hostel fire in December 1942, saw 99 military and civilian lives lost.

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