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Frequently Asked Questions

We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions from guests of our hotel. Hopefully you will find this information useful. If you have a question that is not on the list, please feel free to contact the hotel, it would be our pleasure to assist you.

1. Q: What are the restaurant hours?

A: The hotels restaurant, Elements on Stone Restaurant & Lounge, is open daily for Breakfast Mon-Fri 6:30AM-11:00AM (Sat-Sun 7:00AM-10:30AM ), Lunch 11:00AM-2:00PM, and Dinner 5:30PM-10:00PM.

2. Q: What are the pool and fitness hours?

A: The Pool is open Mon-Fri 7:00AM – 10:00PM & 8:00AM-10:00PM Sat-Sun, the Fitness Centre is open 5:30AM-11:00PM daily

3. Q: Do you allow pets?

A: Yes! We offer pet-friendly standard rooms. Please see our Pet Policy page for details.

4. Q: Do you offer Complimentary breakfast?

A: Yes, when you purchase one of our King Premium or King Executive rooms breakfast is included in the rate.

5. Q: Is there a charge for parking?

A: We offer plenty of complimentary parking that surrounds the perimeter of our hotel close to many entrances. We also have additional space for motor coaches and trucks.

6. Q: Do you have laundry facilities?

A: We offer an on site coin operated washer and dryer facility as well as same day dry cleaning services (Monday to Friday).

7. Q: Do you have a business centre?

A: Yes, we offer a complimentary business centre

8. Q: What are the hours of Room Service?

A: Room Service is available Mon-Fri 6:30AM-10:30PM & Sat-Sun 7:00AM-10:30PM

9. Q: Do you have dry cleaning services?

A: Yes, we have same-day dry cleaning services Monday to Friday.

10. Q: What is your check in and check out time?

A: Check in time is 3:00pm Check out time is 11:00am.

Guelph Weather

The weather and climate of our area of Ontario is moderate in both summer and winter with no considerable extremes in either temperature or the type of weather that might be associated with locations that are in close proximity to a landmass such as a body of water or a mountain range. 

Guelph typically experiences warm, humid summers, and cold, snowy winters. Normal high temperatures in June, July and August range from 23°C to 26 °C, while daytime temperatures in December, January and February are normally below the freezing mark. The city also normally receives 100-125 cm of snow during the winter months.

What To Pack


Early spring can be quite unpredictable in Guelph, with daytime temperatures in March and April near or below 10°C with the occasion chance of below freezing temperatures and snow. May brings a noticeable warmup, with daytime temperatures averaging near 19°C.

Autumn is quite mild in Guelph. Mid October usually brings the first frost.

What to pack:

  • Warm clothing that can be layered during the day
  • Light waterproof rain coat
  • Warm coat for the evenings


In the Summer months (June, July, August) Guelph experiences warm, humid summers.With high temperatures in the range of 23°C to 26°C.

What to pack:

  • Short sleeved shirts & shorts for the daytime
  • Light sweaters, and pants for the evening
  • Light waterproof rain coat or windbreaker


In the Winter months (December, January, February) Guelph experiences mild winters, with day time temperature typically in the range of 0°C to -2°C. Guelph normally receives approx. 100-125 cm of snowfall during the winter months.

What to pack:

  • Warm/Heavy coat
  • Waterproof boots/shoes
  • Gloves, scarf and warm hat

Guelph, Ontario

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Guelph, Ontario
Guelph, Ontario
Guelph, Ontario

Guelph is a city located in the Southwestern region of Ontario, Canada. Known as the Royal City, Guelph is roughly 28 km east of Kitchener-Waterloo and 100 km west of downtown Toronto at the intersection of Highway 6 and Highway 7. It is the seat of Wellington County but is, in many respects, politically autonomous from the county itself. Nevertheless, Wellington County is largely influenced by Guelph and, as one entity, Guelph and Wellington County have a population of 200,425.

Residents of Guelph are called Guelphites. Guelph also has a number of sister cities, which are selected based on economic, cultural and political criteria. Because of its low crime rates, clean environment and generally high standard of living, Guelph is consistently rated as one of the country's most livable cities. Moneysense magazine ranked Guelph fourth in the country to live in 2007 , and was also rated among Canada's ten best places to live by Chatelaine magazine.

Guelph and Wellington County have a rich and interesting history. Pride in that history can be seen in the downtown core of Guelph through buildings and the various monuments dedicated to the history makers of Guelph's past. Wellington County keeps its historical traditions alive and welcomes all to come and celebrate their roots. You can experience the story of Guelph and Wellington County through walking tours, museums and festivals.

Guelph is famous for its natural attractions and environment as well as historic limestone buildings in its downtown. Many downtown streets are lined with many old buildings, some of which are over a century old Church of Our Lady Immaculate' Roman Catholic Church, located downtown, is one of Guelph's major landmarks, and is designated as a National Historic Site in Canada.

Most of the natural attractions of Guelph are located beside the two rivers which pass inside the city, Speed River and Eramosa River. Some of these natural attractions include: Guelph Lake, University of Guelph Arboretum, Riverside Park: Located beside the Speed River at north of Guelph , York Road Park (beside the former Correctional Centre) , Hanlon Creek Park (Preservation Park) and Royal City Park and Wellington Street nature sites.

Music has always played a large part in the lives of people living in Guelph. From a Bell Organ factory to the opera singer Edward Johnson, Guelph has been a source of musical contribution. Today, Guelph is notable for its indie rock scene, which has spawned some of Canada's most important indie bands, including King Cobb Steelie, Royal City, The Constantines, Jim Guthrie, The Barmitzvah Brothers, Flashlight Brown and the Kramdens. Guelph is also home to the Hillside Festival, an indie music festival held at Guelph Lake during the summer, CFRU 93.3 FM, a campus radio station at the University of Guelph. Guelph is also home to Magic 106.1 FM and 1460 CJOY AM. Three Gut Records, the label responsible for The Constantines, Royal City, Jim Guthrie, Cuff The Duke, and others was based in Guelph. Other small and locally known labels/collectives such as Burnt Oak and Social Arts Club followed suit in supporting their own music scenes. The following notable music festivals take place in Guelph:The Guelph Jazz Festival , Hillside Festival.

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