Hotels

Whether you’re looking for a stay with all the bells and whistles or something no-frills, Downtown has somewhere for you. Check out our list of hotels in the core to decide on accommodations for your next trip to Edmonton. 

Comfort Inn, 10425 100 Avenue
The no-frills rooms are great value, especially if location matters. The hotel is within walking distance of several bars, cafes and restaurants along the popular 104 Street Promenade.  

DoubleTree by Hilton Edmonton Downtown, 9576 Jasper Avenue
Located in The Quarters, this hotel is down the street from the Edmonton Convention Centre, the Edmonton Downtown Farmer’s Market and steps from the Ociciwan Contemporary Art Centre. All rooms feature comfortable sitting areas. Don’t forget to have one of their famous cookies. 

Chateau Lacombe, 10111 Bellamy Hill Road
Rooms on the concierge floor have access to a lounge area, personalized service and upscale in-room amenities. Hotel guests and visitors should definitely dine at La Ronde, Edmonton’s revolving restaurant. Located on the 24th floor, La Ronde features stunning bird’s-eye views of the river valley.  

Crash Hotel, 10266 103 Street
Keep the party going after a show or game at Rogers Place at this hip boutique hotel. Each room features its own style and décor and meant for night owls who prefer to frequent the lobby bar or the nightclub in the same building.  

Coast Edmonton Plaza, 10155 105 Street
Small touches like bathrobes and slippers make all the difference. So does the location. Down the street, you’ll find a dog park and two local breweries. Enjoy regionally inspired cuisine at the hotel’s restaurant or head to 104 Street for plenty of dining options.  

Courtyard by Marriott, One Thornton Court
99 Street and Jasper Ave This newly renovated hotel is conveniently located next to the Edmonton Convention Centre. Enjoy panoramic views of the river valley while sipping on a summer cocktail. During the winter, the hotel’s patio is home to heated domes where you sip and socialize. Just a couple blocks up the street is the Arts District, where you can catch a play at the Citadel or exhibition at the Art Gallery of Alberta. 

Delta Hotels by Marriott, Edmonton Centre Suites, 10222 102 Street
This hotel, located within City Centre Mall, makes it easy to access shopping, movie theatres, transit and business services. Rooms were recently renovated to include rain showerheads and work stations. Dine on local fare at District 102, the hotel’s restaurant, which also has free pool tables and video games.  

Days Inn, 10041 106 Street
Enjoy a comfortable, no-frills stay blocks away from the Alberta Legislature. The bustling 104 Street Promenade and several LRT stations are within walking distance. For a convenient breakfast or lunch, dine at Cora’s, the hotel’s adjacent restaurant. 

Holiday Inn Express, 10010 104 Street
Conveniently located next to the Red Arrow bus terminal and a block away from the LRT, this hotel is a great place to stay when you’re without wheels. Enjoy a light complimentary breakfast with your stay. 

MacEwan Residence, 11050 104 Ave
Yes, MacEwan Residence is mainly for students, but did you know there are guest rooms for booking? From individual travel to long-term stays, there are a variety of accommodations and services suited for personal or business travel during the summer months. 

Fairmont Hotel MacDonald, 10065 100 Street
For a truly memorable experience, book a room on the Fairmont Gold floor which features a private check-in and lounge area. All guests have access to the hotel’s Clefs d’Or concierge for help with recommendations and restaurant reservations. The Confederation Lounge is a popular spot for classic cocktails or a nightcap and has one of the best patios in the city with unmatched views of the river valley.  

JW Marriott, 10344 102 Street
Beyond the luxe, modern rooms and suites, the amenities truly are the biggest draw at JW Marriott. Break a sweat. Break a sweat at Archetype, a fitness centre which feels more like a private members’ gym, complete with workshops and trainers. Take a dip in the fifth floor leisure pool or soak in the whirlpool. There’s no denying that one of the biggest draws is the food and drink offerings by famed Canadian restaurant group Oliver and Bonacini which operates four eateries in the hotel - Braven Restaurant, Kindred Food + Drink, the Lobby Bar and Alchemy, the hotel’s speakeasy which is a damn good place for serious cocktails and top-notch tipples. The hidden bar opens to a 120-seat heated patio, the perfect place to be on summer nights. 

Matrix Hotel, 10640 100 Avenue
This boutique hotel is located close to the Alberta Legislature grounds, which is a beautiful place to explore any time of year and is great for an Edmonton staycation. Rooms are stylish and modern, and guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet each morning. Borrow a bike to get around Downtown or request the complimentary Lexus town car service. 

Sutton Place, 10235 101 Street
Situated within walking distance of the Arts District and Ice District, Sutton Place is a great place to stay if attending a hockey game, concert or theatre show. There are plenty of restaurants nearby, but reserve a spot at Chop, the hotel’s steakhouse. Rooms have recently been renovated. 

Union Bank Inn, 10053 Jasper Avenue
Located in the historic building erected in 1910, this boutique hotel has 40 guestrooms with upscale amenities, including wine and cheese room service, fireplaces and jetted bathtubs; perfect for that weekend staycation. Be sure to dine in the renowned Madison’s Grill restaurant.

The Westin Edmonton, 10135 100 Street
Stay in the heart of the city, right next to Churchill Square, the Arts District, and the newly renovated Stanley Milner Library set to open in 2020. The hotel is walking distance from plenty of bars, restaurants, cafes, the Edmonton Convention Centre and City Centre Mall and has been recently given a huge facelift. You can also dine at Share, the hotel’s restaurant also went through updates, including a menu that focuses on local fare.