Ottawa Tourism is offering to pay visitors to spend a third night in a hotel room this summer and fall.
The organization launched its “3rd Thursday’s Night on Us ad campaign encouraging visitors to stay longer and save money in Ottawa.
If visitors book a stay of three or more nights at a Participating Ottawa hotel prior to October 10, the third night will be charged by Ottawa Tourism.
“We are celebrating an outstanding year of culture and creativity in Ottawa,” said Ottawa Tourism President and CEO Michael Crockatt.
“There is an unmet demand for visiting festivals and museums, for admiring the fine arts and attending a live music show – all of which we have so missed in the last two years. We’re making it easy for people to choose Ottawa to get rid of that itch.”
For more information, visit the Ottawa Tourism website.
The offer comes as Ottawa’s tourism sector is gearing up for its first free summer due to COVID-19 since 2019. RBC Ottawa Bluesfest returns in July with Canada Day celebrations planned for LeBreton Flats and Zibi.
On Wednesday, the Fairmont Chateau Laurier offered rooms for $110 for 110 minutes to celebrate its 110th anniversary.th Anniversary.
Chateau Laurier says the promotion has resulted in “thousands of new guests”, adding that the promotion has been extended by an hour due to demand.