Located on the St. Lawrence College, Kingston Campus
Residence & Conference Centre – Kingston is a convenient hotel alternative for those looking to experience the greater Kingston area, whether guests are traveling for work or leisure. Surrounded by the beauty of Lake Ontario Park and many scenic trails, RCC – Kingston is ideal for joggers, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts.
Our fully-furnished single and double suites are available May through August, and provide the comfort and amenities guests expect from other Kingston hotels, at affordable, all-inclusive rates.
Located on the St. Lawrence College, Kingston Campus, RCC – Kingston is a short drive from Kingston event venues, historical sites, and the beautiful Kingston waterfront.
- Single and double suites with single beds
- Refrigerator in each suite
- Air conditioning
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Onsite laundry (additional fees)
- Bicycle friendly accommodations
Groups & Teams
Our Kingston hotel alternative is a one-stop shop for event planning! RCC – Kingston’s dedicated sales team works with groups and teams to help organize accommodations, meetings, break-out rooms, and catering, all on the St. Lawrence College, Kingston campus.
St. Lawrence College conference services provides a full range of event spaces from dining rooms and classrooms to a large 400 person banquet centre. The St. Lawrence College conference services team offers exceptional experience with reasonable prices, ensuring your event in Kingston will be a success.
Whether you are planning an event with catering and guestrooms, or simply looking to host overnight accommodations for your team, RCC – Kingston and St. Lawrence College have event spaces, services, and guestrooms at an excellent value compared to hotels in Kingston.
Kingston is located on the northeastern side of Lake Ontario, surrounded by stunning trails and lakefront views. It is a city rich in history and studded with gorgeous limestone buildings giving it the nickname ‘Limestone City’.
There is plenty to explore in Kingston, Ontario, from the bustling downtown filled with restaurants and patios, to the surrounding natural beauty of cottage country. Guests to the area enjoy learning about Canada’s history at the many landmarks and historic sites, including Murney Tower, Kingston City Hall, and Bellevue House.