Come to Edmonton without spending a fortune if you stay at a low-budget Northern Lights Bed & Breakfast that offers rates at 73US$. Argyll Plaza Hotel is a good option for budget travelers seeking a hotel in Edmonton near St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
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Where to stay in Edmonton?
Best cheap hotels in Edmonton
Edmonton airports & Subway stations
For short-stay travelers to Edmonton there are 7 convenient hotels choices close to Edmonton airport, such as Super 8 By Wyndham Edmonton International Airport or Royal Hotel Edmonton Airport Trademark Collection By Wyndham. For budget options, take advantage of Edmonton's excellent subway and book The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton near Central metro station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to a valley and parks staying at Alberta Place Suite Hotel with rates at 158US$. Another nice 3-star option is Holiday Inn Express Edmonton Downtown in the downtown area. Guests planning to visit Northeast Edmonton district could consider booking a room at Century Casino & Hotel Edmonton, which is a short walk from Clareview Bible Chapel.
Courtyard Edmonton Downtown and Fairmont Hotel Macdonald are popular sites to check out next to Edmonton House in Edmonton. Nature lovers looking to leap into outdoors should stay at Doubletree By Hilton Edmonton Downtown, situated 15 minutes' walk from Clarke Park, within walking distance of a valley and a river.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Edmonton
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Families who are visiting Edmonton and are interested in staying at a home-like place should consider booking an apartment like Elegant 1 Bedroom- 1 Bath Executive Condo In The Downtown Core - Free Heated Underground Parking! next to Clarke Park. There are 75 B&B options in Edmonton, including Central Towers By Corporate Stays and Luxury Clean Spacious 2 Bedrooms Full Kitchen Best Location ,Up To 4 Guests. A good family-friendly hotel in Edmonton is Hampton Inn By Hilton Edmonton South, which lies adjacent to ISKCON Edmonton and features a golf course, a Jacuzzi and tubing. Mediterranean Edmonton B&B By Elevate Rooms is rated one of the best resorts in Edmonton, offering a Jacuzzi, complimentary parking and a sunbathing terrace.
City Guide: Discover the best of Edmonton
Edmonton is known as ''Festival City''.
It is home to more than 1000 festivals dedicated to arts, culture and sports. The most famous in the world the Edmonton Folk Music Festival rivals the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and offers an eclectic mix of blues, bluegrass, folk, jazz and symphonic music and on.
Whenever you travel to Edmonton there will be a festival for you and a comfortable hotel waiting for your arrival. The best thing to do is to book a room in advance at Booked.net. We have all hotels in Edmonton from cheap offers to luxury hotels all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Edmonton is eclectic not only about music, but dining too. Experience the diversity of more than 50 ethnic cuisines in one city. It has 3,500 restaurants with regional cuisine serving the world's famous beef and lamb, pork and so on. Edmonton is also famous for its honey that is usually served with fresh fruits and vegetables in local cafes.
Anyway, filling dining is not the only way to spend your money in Edmonton, but the shopping there is a real paradise for shopaholics. Edmonton is home to the largest shopping centre in the world - West Edmonton Mall with more than 800 shops and numerous attractions, for example Galaxyland and the World Waterpark. Other attractions include;
- Alberta Legislature, an impressive colonial-style building from 1911
- Art Gallery of Alberta offers selection of Canadian and international arts to explore
- Fort Edmonton Park, the largest living history museum in Canada
- TELUS World of Science, the largest science museum within the city
Sightseeing is only small part of what Edmonton can offer. This is a city called "The City of Champions" for its sports and a large number of athletes. As a result, Edmonton became a location for major sport events like the World Triathlon Championships, the 2001 IAAF World Championships in Athletics and the 2005 World Masters Games.
If sport championships play for the city's global reputation, oil and gas, agriculture, and banking make money for Edmonton. Today more than 758,000 residents busy with these industries in Edmonton making it the Canada’s sixth-largest city with the longest stretch of parkland for about 111sqkm.
The best time to explore all this parkland is from June to August, when temperatures are warm and the sunshine during the day, but no overheat of the land. The average temperature for these months is 22degC and drop to 12degC at night.
Regardless of the weather in Edmonton, your stay there is going to be comfortable with Booked.net.