About Us

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An aparthotel is exactly as it sounds – an apartment hotel. We offer a thoughtfully designed set of apartments that are built to provide your home comforts, with the added perks of hotel living. You can stay for a short or extended period of time, from one night to 365 nights.


Whether you are a family looking for a downtown stay, a business person looking for a home away from home, or an international traveller coming to the city for the first time, we have the place for you.


At Dwell Aparthotels we are passionate about breathing new life into each one of our uniquely renovated properties and providing our guests with an experience that exceeds their expectations. Our designs have been inspired by each location’s own characteristics. We are delighted to offer our guests authentic Kingston charm while staying in the heart of the downtown core.



Our accommodations are all centrally located near Skeleton Park, just steps from the bustling downtown core. Skeleton Park is a trendy up-and-coming area within the Inner Harbour Neighbourhood of Kingston, Ontario. Walk out your door and enjoy a picnic in the park, stroll down to the waterfront or hit the town.

What’s in a Name?

Skeleton Park (officially McBurney Park) earned its nickname due to its history as Kingston’s first cemetery. It opened in 1809 and quickly filled due to epidemics of typhus and cholera. Once the cemetery was full, it fell into disrepair. By 1893 city council finally decided to do something about it by changing it into the park that you see here today. Learn more about the history »

Skeleton Park in downtown Kingston


Beyond our beautiful city, the South Eastern Ontario Region holds much more for you to discover during your stay. The world famous 1000 Islands can be accessed by boat tour in Kingston, Gananoque, or Rockport and promises views sure to take your breath away.

Less than two hours west you’ll find Prince Edward County (PEC), a perfect destination for your next wine tour or beach day at Sandbanks Provincial Park. Kingston is also a central meeting point between Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa and the US border which are all within 300 kilometres. Explore activities in the surrounding areas »

Canoe on the lake