Places to stay in Edmonton, Alberta
We currently have 138 accommodations in and around Edmonton with other regional listings available for Campgrounds, Inns, Hotels, Motor Inns and other properties.
Edmonton, Alberta, is a city which thrives in all of its four distinct seasons with a host of exciting indoor and outdoor facilities, attractions and activities. The region features more than 40 attractions of interest, including galleries, museums, zoos, and historical sites. Places to eat in the region include Happy Palace Restaurant, Sunterra Market, All Happy Family Restaurant, and Noodle Noodle Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Edmonton is located close to Armstrong Industrial, Norwester Industrial, Bannerman, Ramsay Heights and Pylypow Industrial.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Edmonton
Overtly nice hotel. Quiet location. Large rooms. Good selection for continental breakfast. However no amenities nearby. No place to get small items. Like batteries, Tums, Housekeeping staff very nice but desk staff non helpful. They didn't know they had maps until pushed. They were not very helpful .....
This hotel has been newly renovated so the furniture, bedding, towels, etc. are all new and in good shape. That said, the room did smell a bit of cigarette smoke even though it was supposed to be a non-smoking room. The hotel staff was friendly, except that they were confused by the online booking .....
Bed & Breakfast located 3km from the center of Edmonton.
The house is conveniently located in the heart of the university district, south of the North Saskatchewan River, close to the University Hospital, the Jubilee Auditorium, the Butterdome, and Foote Field.
Hotel located 1km from the center of Edmonton.
The Inn on Seventh is located in the heart of downtown Edmonton business district. Our excellent location on the light rail transit line puts you minutes away from all major attractions. West Edmonton Mall is one bus ride or a 10 minute drive.
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Also worthy of a visit is the North Sakatchewan River Valley. This scenic lush park system provides a natural corridor for all season recreation.
Other local Edmonton information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -113°29'27.336
- Latitude: 53°32'39.800
Agnes Bugera Gallery Inc - 12310 Jasper Avenue Nw
The Agnes Bugera Gallery is located in the heart of the Gallery Walk district in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Featuring artists from across Canada and one artist from Louisiana, the gallery houses a large collection of original contemporary paintings such as landscapes, abstracts and still life in oil, acrylic, watercolor or mixed media. The collection also features sculptors working primarily in bronze and steel and select pottery.
Alberta Pioneer Railway Association - 24215 34 Street Nw
The Alberta Railway Museum, located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, houses an impressive collection of vintage railway equipment and buildings,
Bearclaw Gallery - 10403 124 Street Nw
The Bearclaw Gallery carries a diverse selection of Canadian First Nations art including traditional Native and Inuit arts and crafts, original paintings and sculpture. The gallery features works by internationally acclaimed First Nations artists Daphne Odjig and Norval Morrisseau (both of whom are recipients of the Order of Canada), Alex Janvier, Jane Ash Poitras, George Littlechild, Roy Thomas, Maxine Noel, Jim Logan, Aaron Paquette and many other Canadian native artists and Inuit artists.
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