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Edmonton, AB: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Only hotels in Edmonton are listed below. Search for the cheapest discounted hotel and motel rates in or near Edmonton, AB for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Edmonton, Alberta motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Edmonton area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Edmonton hotels. Group booking? Search Edmonton Group Hotel Discounts or Check out the best Edmonton meeting hotels

The Edmonton center point is about the area of Alberta Legislature Building and the area of Art Gallery of Alberta.

Ask a dozen people what they think Edmonton, Alberta, is about, and you'll likely get a dozen different answers. Some may know that Edmonton serves as Alberta's capital and second-largest city. Lovers of arts and culture may note that Edmonton is home to the second-largest fringe theater festival in the world. More from this guide...

Edmonton Hotels/Accommodations

Campus Tower Suite Hotel 11145 87 Ave., Edmonton, AB T6G0Y1 Website
  • 3-star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Read more
  • Friendly service
  • Good kitchenette
From$77
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Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre Edmonton 4520 76 Ave., Edmonton, AB T6B0A5 Website
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • Check-in time: 3.00 PM
  • Popular among business travelers
  • Reception staff were friendly and welcoming
From$100
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Matrix Hotel 10640 100th Ave., Edmonton, AB T5J3N8
  • The luxurious rooms of the Matrix Hotel are outfitted with wooden furniture. The rooms all have flat-screened TVs where you can watch a full spectrum of movies and shows via the satellite receiver. The rooms are also equipped fluffy beds that are covered with soft duvets. Choose from a variety of suites and guest rooms, all with unique touches. A fireplace and jetted tub is available with the Platinum suite and the deluxe guest rooms feature beautifully designed desks. All of the rooms have complimentary high-speed Internet access. The hotel's fitness center has a full selection of professional equipment, making it a great place to stay in shape. If you're traveling on business, you'll find that a 24-hour business center is available.
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • 20 suites in hotel
  • Staff was superb
  • Good side dishes
From$117
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The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald
+1-888-283-3404
10065 100 St., Edmonton, AB T5J0N6
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 3:00pm
  • Most guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
  • Gorgeous views from this historical hotel
From$182
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Varscona Hotel on Whyte 8208 106 St. Nw, Edmonton, AB T6E6R9
  • Affordable Suburban hotel
  • 4 suites in property
  • Shower can be a problem
  • Staff was incredible
From$118
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Metterra Hotel in Edmonton
+1-866-429-5787
10454 82 Ave., Edmonton, AB T6E4Z7
  • A business center, fitness center, and evening wine tasting awaits you at the Metterra Hotel on Whyte. In the mornings, you can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast, and your room is cleaned and freshened daily. The rooms and suites emphasize earth, air, water, and fire. The Fire and Water Suite, for example, has a jetted tub and a fireplace in the living room. The Air Studios have patios. Guest can select from among six room choices, including the basic Earth Rooms with a desk, chair and one king bed or two double beds. The hotel's prime location places it within close proximity to restaurants offering a range of international cuisines.
  • Four star Rural property
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Good breakfasts, wifi, bikes
  • Good internet service
From$100
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Home2 Suites by Hilton West Edmonton : 16675 16675, Edmonton, AB T5P4K8
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 127 suites
From$93
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Doubletree by Hilton West Edmonton 16615 109 Ave., Edmonton, AB T5P4K8
  • The Doubletree by Hilton West Edmonton offers 327 smoke-free guest rooms, a full business center and a fitness facility near many Edmonton attractions. Rooms with king or queen beds are available and suites provide separate living spaces, so guests can have more space. Suites with kitchens, Jacuzzis, and fireplaces are also available. The hotel provides a special place for children. Children suites have a Nintendo Wii and an entertainment system with a TV, VCR and DVD player. Bunkbeds are in one room and there is a separate room with a king-sized bed and a queen-sized sofa bed. The hotel offers guests several dining options and lounges, so they do not have to go far to enjoy good food and drinks.
  • Four star Convention Center property
  • Airport shuttle available
  • Bar is awesome
  • Clean hotel facilities
From$135
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Staybridge Suites West Edmonton - Edmonton 16929 109th Ave. North West, Edmonton, AB T5P4P6
  • 3-star property
  • Fitness + Health Center
Staybridge Suites West Edmonton 16929 109th Ave. Nw, Edmonton, AB T5T3T2
  • Midscale Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 4 floors
  • Most guests were happy with the price of the breakfast
  • Accessible parking
Hilton Garden Inn West Edmonton in Edmonton 17610 Stony Plain Rd., Edmonton, AB T5S1A2
  • Mid-scale Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy See policy
From$169
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Holiday Inn Express Edmonton Downtown : 10010 104th St. 10010 104th St., Edmonton, AB T5J0Z1
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • 140 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$118
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Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel - Edmonton 10155 105 St., Edmonton, AB T5J1E2
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 300 rooms
  • Internet is average
  • Near to public transport, according to 100%
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Union Bank Inn - Edmonton 10053 Jasper Ave., Edmonton, AB T5J1S5
  • High end Downtown property
  • 5 floors in property
  • Tasty breakfast
  • Popular among couples
From$125
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Courtyard by Marriott Edmonton Downtown in Edmonton 1 Thornton Court, Edmonton, AB T5J2E7
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 177 rooms
  • About half of guests found the restaurant service to be good
  • Popular among business travelers
From$75
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Days Inn Edmonton South
+1-888-305-3366
10333 University Ave. Nw, Edmonton, AB T6J2L3
  • Two star Downtown hotel
  • Nearby shopping is top-notch and service staff are friendly
  • Most guests said the reception staff was ok
Days Inn Edmonton South - Edmonton 10333 University Ave., Edmonton, AB T6E6N3
  • Inexpensive Downtown property
  • Hotel has 4 floors
  • Bathroom is ok
  • Good amenities and breakfast
From$129
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Best Western Plus City Centre Inn - Edmonton 11310 109th St., Edmonton, AB T5G2T7
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 109 rooms in property
From$95
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Chateau Nova Kingsway 159 Airport Rd., Edmonton, AB T5G0W6
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
From$55
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Radisson Hotel Edmonton South : 4440 Gateway Blvd. Nw 4440 Gateway Blvd. Nw, Edmonton, AB T6H5C2
  • Guests at the Radisson Hotel Edmonton South will find high-definition TVs in the rooms, an indoor pool and spa, and convenient parking underground. A fitness center is on the property, and high-speed Internet is available. If you are traveling with pets, bring along your furry friends to this pet-friendly hotel. The hotel is near shopping at South Common Center and West Edmonton Mall, and it is located near other Edmonton attractions. For a little extra pampering the Jacuzzi suite or an Executive suite provides a few extra luxuries. The Radisson Hotel Edmonton South Hotel Restaurant is available for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or guests can have a drink at the Lions Head Pub. The Radisson Hotel Edmonton is situated near the Edmonton Valley Zoo, Southgate Mall, and Whyte Avenue Shopping District.
  • Affordable Suburban hotel
  • Check in: 3:00pm
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Delta Edmonton South Hotel & Conference Centre - Edmonton 4404 Gateway Blvd., Edmonton, AB T6H5C2
  • 3-star Suburban hotel
  • 237 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Shower was ok
  • Friendly service
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Sawridge Inn Edmonton South
+1-888-690-5247
4235 Gateway Blvd., Edmonton, AB T6J5H2
  • The Sawridge Inn has 136 rooms, a fitness center, and an event center. All of the rooms offer guests free local calls, wireless Internet access and in-room coffee or tea. An iron, ironing board and hair dryer are provided in the rooms. Room types include the Standard King, a Standard Double Queen, Jacuzzi suites and Executive suites. The hotel is near the University of Alberta, Edmonton Research Park, and South Edmonton Common. The Sawridge Inn also provides you with easy access to the Edmonton International Airport. In addition to having ample meeting space, the hotel offers a venue for banquets.
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00PM
  • Location is great
  • Servers were fantastic
From$115
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Chateau Nova Yellowhead in Edmonton 13920 Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, AB T5L3C2
  • Mid-scale Highway property
  • 3 meeting rooms in property
From$99
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Yellowhead Inn 15004 Yellowhead Trail, Edmonton, AB T5V1A1
  • Low priced Highway property
  • 8 floors in property
From$50
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Holiday Inn & Suites West Edmonton : 11330 170th St. 11330 170th St., Edmonton, AB T5S2X1
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 4:00pm
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The North Saskatchewan River bisects the city diagonally. Along its banks, you'll find green spaces, lakes, ponds, and hiking and biking trails spread across the most urban parkland of any North American metropolis.

The contrasts continue in two of Edmonton's largest visitor attractions: West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping mall on the continent, and the vast emptiness that spreads across thousands of miles to the north of the city. All that variety means that Edmonton hosts residents and visitors with a diverse range of interests and priorities.

No matter what occasion brings you to Alberta's capital, choosing the right hotel is an important step in planning your trip to Edmonton.

When to Visit Edmonton, Alberta

If your Edmonton plans call for warm, sunny days, schedule your trip in the months of June, July, or August. High temperatures are usually in the 70s, but can reach into the mid-80s, and humidity tends to be low. The city is far enough north to enjoy long days in summer, with a full 17 hours of sunlight on June 21, the summer solstice and longest day of the year.

Locals and visitors make the most of summer by attending festivals — Edmonton's local nickname is "the Festival City" — including the Edmonton International Jazz Festival and Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival. They also might explore the 48-kilometer stretch of parks, trails, and golf courses along the North Saskatchewan River, called the River of Green.

Edmonton winters are long and filled with snow, attracting visitors who come for winter sports. From October through March, temperatures often hover around freezing and can dip below the freezing mark. In 2009, a temperature of -36.6 degrees Celsius made Edmonton the coldest place in North America that day. Still, winters here are milder than in cities like Ontario and Quebec to the east, and low relative humidity makes the cold more bearable.

Skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing are popular winter activities. However, if you plan to spend a significant amount of time outdoors during winter, take some precautions, especially if you're not accustomed to such low temperatures. Dress in layers of wool or synthetic fabrics and avoid cotton, which retains moisture. Pack warm gloves, hats, earmuffs, socks, and waterproof boots to stay warm and dry in freezing temperatures, and remember to stay hydrated and protected against the harsh winter sun.

Weather can be unpredictable in the spring months of April and May, and in September's autumn, warmer temperatures are often punctuated by occasional heavy snow and rain. These seasons tend to attract fewer visitors, however. As a bonus, if you're in Edmonton between August and April, you may catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Edmonton, AB:

seasonality of hotel rates in Edmonton

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs displaying average nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Edmonton, AB. Analyze these illustrations to determine the best time to make a reservation in Edmonton for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Edmonton, Alberta

4 Star Average Prices: $119.00

Edmonton visitors looking to splurge on a luxury hotel have several opulent choices. While the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald is in the center of the city, you'll feel like you're staying in a riverfront château.

This four-diamond heritage property opened in 1915 and features lush landscaped gardens and easy access to the urban park system along the North Saskatchewan River. The Fairmont is an eco-friendly property, and even has a Canine Ambassador, a Golden Labrador Retriever named Smudge, who will greet you upon arrival and is available to keep guests company on walks.

Only a three-minute walk from the Fairmont, you'll find the Union Bank Inn, a four-star boutique property for visitors in search of a more intimate hotel. The building features Renaissance-style architecture and is a historical landmark; it opened in 1911 as the Union Bank of Canada.

Today, the Union Bank Inn is home to 34 guest rooms divided into two wings. The Heritage Wing features specially designed rooms that pay tribute to the hotel's history, while the Modern Wing offers more contemporary décor. All rooms offer fireplaces and goose-down comforters, and your stay includes free Wi-Fi, a daily complimentary breakfast, and afternoon wine and cheese.

For those who prefer to stay a bit farther from the center of the action, the Edmonton Marriott at River Cree Resort can be found on the city's western border. The resort features five gourmet restaurants, a casino, and a sports complex for visitors who want to stay close to home. Guests can also take advantage of regular shuttle service to the West Edmonton Mall and airport.

Affordable Hotel Options in Edmonton, Alberta

3 Star Average Prices: $106.46

Save on lodging with an affordable hotel in Edmonton. Home2 Suites by Hilton West Edmonton offers clean, modern rooms, free breakfast, and an indoor pool. To keep dining costs down, some rooms have kitchenettes, and guests can use the available barbecue grills to prepare meals when weather permits. This Home2 Suites is close to the TELUS World of Science museum and to West Edmonton Mall.

Campus Tower Suite Hotel is an excellent choice in the southcentral neighborhood, home to the University of Alberta. The property incorporates eco-friendly policies, such as minimizing disposable food and beverage containers, offering paperless checkout, and encouraging guests to go car-free through the airport shuttle and nearby public transportation. Wi-Fi is complimentary, and coin-operated laundry is available, so you can pack light and save on checked bags.

Thanks to its central location, the Days Inn Edmonton Downtown lets visitors save on the cost of a rental car. Take the free airport shuttle to and from the hotel, and walk or take the LRT, Light Rail Transit, to popular nearby destinations, such as the city center, Francis Winspear Centre for Music, and the Shaw Conference Centre. If you have a car, hotel parking is complimentary.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Edmonton

2 Star Average Prices: $74.96

Edmonton, AB Hotels with Discounts

Get more hotel for your money by looking for properties that offer discounts. The Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown Edmonton has discounts for AAA and AARP members and military personnel. The Westin Edmonton is an upscale property with rates to match, but by taking advantage of the available AAA discount, you may find affordable luxury here.

If you are planning an event or organizing travel for a large group, look for hotels offering group rates. The Home2 Suites by Hilton West Edmonton is not only an affordable choice for solo travelers and small families, but it also offers a group discount of almost 20 percent. Chateau Lacombe Hotel caters to groups with a discount of more than 13 percent and a complimentary room for every 20 rooms booked each night.

Best Value Options in Edmonton, Alberta

Visitors looking for the best combination of amenities and price can choose from among Edmonton's value hotels. The Hilton Garden Inn West Edmonton offers brand value and gives guests complimentary amenities, such as parking and Wi-Fi access. Use the in-room mini-fridge and microwave to save and reheat leftovers, or you can make simple breakfasts and snacks if you choose to save on dining.

Chateau Nova Yellowhead is a newer property that caters to business travelers. Three meeting rooms and a group discount make it a good option for small conferences. Fast Internet and an on-site restaurant allow you to work and dine on-site, plus you'll still have plenty of time to unwind in the fitness room or visit attractions in Alberta.

Discover More Places to Stay and Shop in Edmonton, Alberta

The West Edmonton Mall is the most popular visitor attraction in Alberta. About 30 million visitors come to the mall each year — nine times the province's population. If you are among those visitors, enjoy the novel experience of staying at one of the mall's two hotels.

The aptly named Fantasyland Hotel, set in the West Edmonton Mall, offers 235 traditional and newly renovated guest rooms for less adventurous visitors. You can also book one of the hotel's 120 themed rooms; select a room with a Roman, Polynesian, Hollywood, or igloo theme, among others. Depending on which you choose, you can sleep in a circular king-size bed or put the kids to sleep in bunk beds and savor a soak in your own four-person Jacuzzi.

The West Edmonton Mall Inn is a more casual, affordable option, steps away from a wealth of activities. In fact, since this budget hotel is so close to everything the mall has to offer — directly across the street — you may feel like you're staying at a resort property without paying resort prices.

This mall is about more than shopping. In addition to the more than 800 shops, you'll find a water park, aquarium, ice rink, golf course, Imax theater, and more. You and your family can easily fill several days here and never see the same scene twice.

Whether you come to Edmonton for a summer festival, a winter ski vacation, a trip to the famous mall, or simple to get a change of scenery, the right hotel makes all the difference. Spend some time thinking about what you want to do with your time here and choose a property that complements the experience during your visit.

Travel overview of Edmonton, AB

The jovial events that the Festival City hosts every year, tourists have been drawn to the interesting history and rich culture of Edmonton that manifests in the heritage sites and numerous museums that come in different sizes and types. Discover what the town can offer and have the best of it during your visit. If you are into artifacts and memorabilia, visit the city's museums that houses collections of different items that have historical significance. The Royal Alberta Museum is the largest and gives shelter to millions of relics owned by aboriginal tribes. Other prominent similar interests include Alberta Aviation Museum, Telus World of Science and Telephone Historical Centre. Share with the fun and be merry at the numerous large festivals held by Edmonton annually which are usually held at Sir Winston Churchill Square. Marvel at the masterpieces by local artists in The Works Art & Design Festival or catch amazing performances by talented individuals in the Edmonton International Street Performance Festival. Put on your cowboy hats and have fun watching or competing for the prestigious Canadian Finals Rodeo. With so many things to do and places to go in Edmonton, you will not be bored for even a minute.

"Edmontonians, as always, have been very, very generous," said Can Man Dan, a Canadian philanthropist. "A lot of donations have come in at all hours of the night. We're going to help feed a lot of people in need, so I'm very excited."

With nearly 27,000 acres of parkland spread across the river valley, the city is blessed with enough greenery to attract tourists. Hotels in Edmonton are busy throughout the year with the many summer festivals and mountain parks. Biking enthusiasts, golfers, trekkers, and cross-country skiers all arrive at different times to enjoy open spaces and trails existing for hundreds of years. The city plays host to nearly 30 different festivals and with its downhill skiing hills is an all-weather resort.

3 Affordable Hotels For Travelers

The city attracts so many visitors it is bound to have some really good cheap hotels catering especially to travelers who look to make the most of their visits to Edmonton. Cheap hotels are found in all the districts with some offering highly-affordable tariffs. Best Western Cedar Park Inn - The nearly 50-year-old renovated hotel provides comfortable stay with complimentary breakfasts. It has a good location with popular restaurants and shopping centers nearby. Days Inn Edmonton South - Air-conditioned rooms are offered at this clean hotel close to University Hospital. The service is excellent, and the hotel serves elaborate breakfasts. It also has a romantic package for couples. Courtyard Edmonton West - Close to West Edmonton Mall, the busy hotel has ample parking space both in front and at the back. The convenient hotel is counted among the best cheap hotels for businesses with spacious rooms and bathrooms. Rooms also have working tables and sofas. Other amenities include conference rooms, a well-equipped gymnasium, hot tub, and a pool.

2 Convenient Luxury Hotels for International Visitors

Convenience is the key with the busy airport managing a large number of international business and leisure visitors. Hotels in Edmonton close to the airport offer lucrative luxury deals. Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel - The hotel has a luxurious hot tub and indoor pool. Visitors and business visitors can make full use of the seating area and desk. Comfort Inn & Suites Edmonton International Airport - Located at a distance of around 24 km from the city, it is one of the top Edmonton hotels with a shuttle service to the City Center as well as the international airport, which is around 4 km away. It has an indoor pool, large restaurant, well-equipped gymnasium, and spacious rooms with working space. A conference room is available for business meetings.

Great Outdoors With Festivals and Wildlife 

Downtown Churchill Square is known to play host to famous summer festivals including The Works Art & Design Festival as well as Edmonton International Street Performer's Festival. Spectator sports like Farmfair and Canadian Finals Rodeo take place on November. Other attractions are Edmonton International Film Festival, North Saskatchewan River Valley Park system, and the Edmonton Heritage Festival. Popular museums like Royal Alberta Museum and Telus World of Science showcase huge collections. Mid-range Edmonton hotels are focused around downtown areas, while luxury hotels are found all across the city.

What did travelers think of the city of Edmonton?

Below are reviews of the city of Edmonton, AB from an actual visitor's perspective.

"All Good!"
Score 4.0 / 5

The mall was pretty incredible. The band festival we attended was phenomenal and the best educational experience that I have had for students at an out of area trip. The police were incredibly rude. The Muttart Conservatory was definitely worth the trip!

Jessica H., from 17-Apr-2017
"Great Location "
Score 5.0 / 5

There for soccer tournament - roads and eateries nearby were great and plentiful

Chris L., from 26-Jul-2016
"Nice"
Score 5.0 / 5

I personally liked the hockey amenities

Ryan K., from 25-Apr-2016
"Denny's"
Score 4.0 / 5

The North West Denny's (at the Flying J) gave us a great deal, and great service when we had to make last minute changes.

Mark H., from 18-Mar-2016
"Great City for Groups"
Score 5.0 / 5

West Edmonton Mall was very fun, especially the World Water Park.Telus Center of Science is an ideal school field trip stop and The legislature is a beautiful part of our Alberta government.

Benjamin B., from 25-Jun-2015
"So Pleased"
Score 4.0 / 5

The downtown area was clean and welcoming.

Cathy H., from 18-Jan-2015
"Shopping"
Score 5.0 / 5

Shopping was great. Busy as heck but very good.

Carolyn C., from 03-Dec-2013
"Very walkable"
Score 4.0 / 5

Walking distance to good restaurants/museum/shopping.

Kit B., from 28-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Edmonton, AB shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 8 reviews
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