Everything was great. Room was very nice. They're still renovating a bit but I'm sure it's going to be very nice once the renos are done. Parking is ok but best set up for smaller vehicles. If you have a Suburban or big truck, DON'T go in there (for your own reduced stress).
Traveller from Outside Edmonton
In the heart of Edmonton's business and government districts, the hotel is surrounded by shopping and restaurants; the …More
In town for concert at rogers place, was a bit of a walk, definitely not 10 mins like other reviews had stated. There is a courtesy vehicle but not sure the details of it, wasn't offered and we didn't inquire. Although not a fault of the hotel, being awaken at 1am by screaming and yelling next door sucked and it carried on longer than it should have. The free parking and free breakfast were great but I can't say I'd have paid $200+ for the stay had they not been. Overall, the hotel was clean and nice, front desk were polite, the Starbucks downstairs was nice. I'd stay again.
Traveller from Slave Lake, Alberta
This hotel is centrally located in Downtown Edmonton. It is 2 blocks from the Legislative Assembly, 6 blocks from the Art …More
Even though this place was under construction for updates there are plenty of restaurants around that are very good. Bed was comfortable. Staff very friendly and always ready to accommodate due to current situation with construction. Not as fancy as the more pricey but just right for the overnight stay
Located in Downtown Edmonton, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Art Gallery of Alberta and within 3 mi (5 km) of University …More
Excellent value with free valet parking, free wi-fi, free breakfast and pre-dinner wine and cheese. Drawbacks include heavy traffic noise, and a basic air-conditioning system which is unable to provide heating to counter the air-conditioned chill during summer cold snaps!
This would not deter us from returning.
One of Canada’s fastest-growing areas, downtown Edmonton is experiencing a renaissance, thanks to a booming oil economy. Light rail runs down bustling Jasper Avenue, home to galleries, shops, and restaurants. Parks and golf courses line the North Saskatchewan River south of downtown. Leafy green space surrounds the provincial capital buildings, 2 km (1.5 mi) from the urban core