Saturday night (Queen's University - Kingston)
Kingston is situated on the shores of Lake Ontario, near the entrance to the St. Lawrence River and Thousand Islands, as well as the Rideau Canal.
Our Saturday night accommodations are at historic Queen’s University with its limestone buildings and expansive grounds. It’s within easy walking distance to Kingston’s waterfront, local pubs and downtown boutiques.
Included in your registration is one-night’s stay in updated dorm rooms, as well as Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast.
For those who indicate their food allergies during registration, we’ll have special items for you at dinner. At breakfast, just identify yourself to a server and the chef will discuss your options.
For more information on the campus, visit: Queen's University Website
Note: no smoking or vaping on University Campus - new for 2019.
Friday night (Algonquin College - Ottawa)
If you need a place to stay before the tour starts, the residences at Algonquin College are perfectly located at the start line.
These accommodations are not organized by the RLCT but all the info you need is here: Pricing->Algonquin Pre-Tour Accommodation. Note: There is limited availability.
For those staying at Algonquin College, you can also add Saturday breakfast to your RLCT registration:
- Fresh bite size cut up fruit
- Bananas (2 per person)
- Hot Oatmeal w/milk, brown sugar & maple syrup
- Strawberry & vanilla yogurt w/dried fruits and granola
- Mini muffins-bran, morning glory, apple, oatmeal and carrot
- Hard boiled eggs (1 per person)
- Coffee & Tea
To locate Algonquin, check out Getting to the Start - Parking->Algonquin.
Friday night (Perth)
For those riding the Century, you may prefer to stay in Perth where that tour starts. Here are two handy websites to help you find accommodations: