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Red Deer, AB: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find the perfect hotel in Red Deer using our hotel guide provided below. Find discounted hotel accommodations in or close to Red Deer, AB for your upcoming personal or group trip. Discover the most favored Red Deer, Alberta hotel and motel rooms. Browse the Red Deer area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Red Deer hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Red Deer Group Hotel Discounts or Book a Red Deer Meeting

The Red Deer center point is about the area of Red Deer Hospital and 1 mile east of Great Chief Park.

As Alberta's third biggest city, Red Deer has a population of just over 100,000 people. The city has many theatres, art galleries, and music venues, adding arts and culture to the overall city experience. Many of Red Deer's most popular activities are outside, where people get to enjoy the gorgeous Canadian scenery. Bower Ponds, the Kerry Wood Nature Centre, and City Hall Park are all locations where you can spend a leisurely afternoon in nature. More from this guide...

Red Deer Hotels/Accommodations

Super 8 Red Deer City Centre
4217 Gaetz / 50th Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N3Z4
  • Inexpensive Rural hotel
  • 100 rooms in hotel
Baymont Inn & Suites Conference Centre Red Deer : 4311 49 Ave. 4311 49 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N5Y7
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • Best AC
  • Most guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites City Centre : 4124 Gaetz Ave. 4124 Gaetz Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N3Z2
  • Cheap Downtown property
  • Check in time: 1400
Sheraton Red Deer Hotel : 3310 50 Ave. 3310 50 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N3X9
  • 4 star Rural hotel
  • 14 floors in property
  • Including setting
  • Fantastic service
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Black Knight Inn - Red Deer 2929 50 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4R1H1
  • Three Star property
  • 7 suites in hotel
Sandman Hotel Red Deer in Red Deer 2818 Gaetze Ave., Red Deer, AB T4R1M4
  • 3-star Convention Center property
  • Gym is available on property
Travelodge Red Deer - Red Deer 2807 50 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4R1H6
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • 133 rooms in property
  • Whole building in need of upgrade
  • All guests liked the proximity to shopping
Holiday Inn Express Red Deer 2803 50th Ave., Red Deer, AB T4R1H1
  • 3-star Suburban hotel
  • 91 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Good location and nice reception
  • Breakfast bar was excellent
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Quality Inn & Conference Center Red Deer in Red Deer 7150 50th Ave., Red Deer, AB T4N6A5
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 114 rooms
  • Pool is below average
  • Staff was fairly friendly
Radisson on 67 Street - Red Deer 6500 67 St., Red Deer, AB T4P1A2 Website
  • 3-star Suburban property
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Close to malls
  • Regular internet service
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Holiday Inn Express – Red Deer North : 6433 Orr Dr. 6433 Orr Dr., Red Deer, AB T4P1A6
  • Affordable Highway hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
Super 8 Red Deer 7474 50 Ave., Red Deer, AB T4P1X7
  • 2 star Downtown hotel
  • Free breakfast
Ramada Red Deer Hotel & Suites 6853 66 St., Red Deer, AB T4P3T5
  • 3-star Suburban property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • Fair breakfast prices
  • Included meal
Comfort Inn & Suites - Red Deer 6846 66th St., Red Deer, AB T4P3T5
  • 3-star Highway property
  • 6 suites in hotel
  • Hot breakfast included
  • Room was quiet
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Towneplace Suites by Marriott Red Deer : 6822 66 St. 6822 66 St., Red Deer, AB T4P3T5
  • 3-star Highway hotel
  • Free breakfast available
Best Western Plus Red Deer Inn & Suites 6839 66th St., Red Deer, AB T4P3T5
  • Three Star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Learn more
Motel 6 Red Deer 5001 19 St. #900, Red Deer, AB T4R3R1
  • 2 star hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
Days Inn Red Deer : #1000 5001 19th St. #1000 5001 19th St., Red Deer, AB T4R3R1
  • Two star Downtown property
  • Pool area filthy
  • Rooms are ok
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Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Red Deer South 33 Petrolia Dr. Gasoline Alley, Red Deer, AB T4E1B3
  • Affordable Highway hotel
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Great Knowledgeable staff
  • Rather comfortable
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Howard Johnson Inn in Red Deer 71 Gasoline Alley East, Red Deer, AB T4E1B1
  • Low Cost Downtown hotel
  • Free breakfast
  • Very pleasant young lady at the front desk
  • Good accessibility by car
Empire Inn & Suites in Red Deer 23 Gasoline Alley East, Red Deer, AB T4E1B3
  • Two star Suburban hotel
  • 55 rooms in hotel
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Red Deer in Red Deer 128 Leva Ave., Red Deer, AB T4E1B9
  • Midscale Highway property
  • 110 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • Breakfast was delicious
  • Loved the pool and breakfast
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Microtel Inn & Suites Red Deer 126 Leva Ave., Red Deer, AB T4E1B9
  • Cheap Highway property
  • Free complimentary breakfast
Microtel Inn & Suites 6021 Parkwood Rd., Blackfalds, AB T0M0J0 ~7.77 miles north of Red Deer
  • Two-star Highway hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
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Comfort Inn & Suites Sylvan Lake : 13 Beju Industrial Dr. 13 Beju Industrial Dr., Sylvan Lake, AB T4S2J4 ~11.64 miles west of Red Deer
  • Mid-scale Highway hotel
  • 2 conference rooms in property
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Red Deer also has some interesting tourist attractions which highlight unique aspects of the city's history. Check out a tour of the Cronquist House, pick some fresh-grown food at the Jungle Farm, or learn some Canadian history at Fort Normandeau.

When to Visit Red Deer, Alberta

Because many Red Deer activities happen outdoors, including some of its festivals, summer is a popular time to visit Red Deer. The warmest month is July, and highs typically hit the low 70s, which means midsummer isn't too hot for doing lots of hiking, swimming, and other fun outdoor activities.

Alberta has lovely fall foliage, so if you're planning a trip to Red Deer in the fall, try to hit September or October to see the best of Red Deer's colorful leaves. Winter in Red Deer is cold, with daily highs rarely reaching above freezing. If you can stand the cold, you won't have to deal with as many crowds at this time of year.

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

seasonality of hotel rates in Red Deer

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs displaying average nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Red Deer, AB. Analyze these illustrations to evaluate the cheapest seasons to book in Red Deer for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Red Deer, Alberta

You won't find five-star luxury resorts in Red Deer, but the upscale hotels this city has to offer will surely pamper you and keep you comfortable during your Red Deer stay.

The Sheraton Red Deer Hotel is a 3 1/2-star property offering suites with king beds and whirlpool tubs. Feel like a celebrity by getting your hair done at the hair salon before renting a town car or a limo for a drive around town. When you get back, spend some time in the sauna or dip into the spa tub to relax your muscles. In the evening, head to the indoor pool with poolside bar for a drink, then change into your best outfit for a night at the on-site nightclub.

Stay at the three-star Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Red Deer South for spacious rooms, modern styling, and the option to upgrade to executive suites with separate living areas. Previous guests have found the Holiday Inn to be a delightful location for a Red Deer stay, citing the pool and water slide, the great customer service, the ultra clean rooms, and the great location as highlights. At this property, you can enjoy free Wi-Fi, a business center, fitness facilities, a restaurant, and a sauna.

When you book at the three-star Black Knight Inn, you can expect rooms with Keurig coffeemakers, wet bars, and separate working areas. Guests have loved staying at this location, writing glowing reviews that encompass the location, service, comfort, and overall value. The property is designed to feel upscale, with a fireplace in the lobby, a garden, an on-site cafe, a business center, a bar, and a heated indoor pool. Enjoy a spa tub, free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk, and tours and ticket assistance.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Red Deer

Affordable Options in Red Deer, Alberta

3 Star Average Prices: $107.87

Red Deer offers many affordable options for the budget-savvy traveler, with room rates that will make you feel awesome for your successful bargain hunting. The Howard Johnson Inn Red Deer offers extremely affordable rates that start below $50 a night, depending on when and how you book. Enjoy free amenities like Wi-Fi, breakfast, self-parking, and a casino shuttle. The hotel also offers laundry facilities and a 24-hour front desk. You're welcome to bring a pet as long as you pay the accompanying fee.

The Econo Lodge Inn & Suites offers rates comparable with the Howard Johnson Inn Red Deer. Each room features a kitchenette, a desk, and cable TV. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and free self-parking. Laundry facilities, a 24-hour front desk, an ATM, and a spa tub are there for your comfort and convenience.

Check out Red Deer Travellers Inn for rates that dip below $50 a night if you qualify for discounts like AAA or AARP. This hotel offers a spa tub, laundry facilities, free local calls, express check-out, luggage storage, kitchens, and free Wi-Fi.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Red Deer

2 Star Average Prices: $76.24

2 Star Hotel Prices in Red Deer

Red Deer: Real Discounts

Many of Red Deer's hotel properties offer government, AAA, and senior discounts to help you save on already great room rates. At the Radisson Hotel Red Deer, government rate saves you the most, while the AAA and senior rates (for age 60 and over) will still save you considerably. The Quality Inn North Hill offers a government rate that cuts over $25 from your nightly rate, and AAA and AARP rates that save you almost $10. Book at the Days Inn - Red Deer for a great AAA discount.

The Radisson Hotel Red Deer is a three-star property less than half a mile from Canyon Ski Area. It offers lots of on-site conveniences like an ATM, a 24-hour business center, a coffee shop, a computer station, a steam room, and a restaurant. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, an indoor pool, a hair salon, and a health club. Accessible bathrooms and roll-in showers are available at this location.

When you book at the Quality Inn North Hill you'll be treated to amenities like a nightclub, a spa tub, tennis courts, a garden, an indoor pool, and a casino. The hotel offers a cafe in the lobby, 24-hour fitness facilities, a 24-hour business center, laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, and free breakfast.

The Days Inn - Red Deer has a 24-hour front desk and a 24-hour business center. Take advantage of fitness facilities, a picnic area, laundry facilities, an indoor pool with a water slide, and free parking. Free Wi-Fi and free breakfast add extra perks to your stay.

Best Value Options in Red Deer, Alberta

Stay at the Holiday Inn Express Red Deer for a hotel with fair nightly rates and a long list of great amenities. The Holiday Inn Express Red Deer offers standard rooms and suites with enough bed configurations to fit the needs of you and your family. A 24-hour front desk with a safe-deposit box, a business center, fitness facilities, indoor pool, spa tub, and steam room are a few of the amenities you'll have at your disposal while you stay here. Enjoy a free hot breakfast each morning, which includes eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, and more.

The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Red Deer offers great rates that are even more affordable if you qualify for a AAA discount. If you're the kind of traveler who wants to make sure previous guest reviews are positive, then the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Red Deer is sure to impress you with its great reviews. Guests have rated all aspects of the hotel quite highly, so you're sure to find the room, cleanliness, and amenities all to your taste. Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, an indoor pool, a convenience store, fitness facilities, and a 24-hour business center will make your trip more convenient.

Both properties offer accessible bathrooms and in-room accessibility.

Make Your Hotel Room an Office in Red Deer, Alberta

If you're traveling on business, stay in the Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Red Deer. Affordable rates mean you won't overspend your business budget when you travel. This property offers dry cleaning and laundry services as well as laundry facilities, so if you need to refresh a few outfits, the option is there. Free Wi-Fi, an ATM, a business center, and two meeting rooms make this a great place to stay for business. A 24-hour front desk and express check-out ensure that when you're ready to leave, your exit will be timely and you won't miss your flight.

At the Towneplace Suites by Marriott Red Deer, a separate working area in your room gives you space to spread out, plug in, and get some serious work done. In fact, the hotel offers special Home Office Suites that are designed to make business travel easier. Connect to the free Wi-Fi in your room, or head to the business center. In the morning, free breakfast ensures you're fed and ready to attend meetings, go to networking events, and meet new clients.

The Best Western Plus Red Deer Inn & Suites offers spacious suites with enough room to work, and there are comfortable pillowtop beds to ensure you get a good night's rest. A 24-hour business center and 24-hour front desk cater to all the business night owls — or those dealing with time zone changes! Connect to free Wi-Fi, enjoy free breakfasts while you sit by the lobby fireplace, and if you need to relax and take a break, make sure to visit the spa tub.

The Red Deer hotel of your dreams awaits your booking. For those traveling with groups, like school trips or wedding parties, many Red Deer hotels are willing to offer reduced group rates that will save your whole party considerable money.

'I've seen times when people around here weren't ready to call me a doctor. Things have changed a fair bit, I suppose. Now they call me nothing but a doctor!

C. L. Huskins, a noted English geneticist who made Red Deer, Canada his adopted home, fondly shared his memories of the town in these quirky words. Much like Dr Huskins, countless other men and women of distinction have been born and/or raised in Red Deer in a quiet, subdued and unassuming manner that only harsh, cold reality of life can teach people. 

In that sense, Red Deer stands true to the only test of quality “ longevity. For many centuries “ starting from Native American settlers to British colonizers, the town has seen upheavals of legendary kind. For many of these, the geographical location of the town itself is responsible, while the rest of them seem to have originated from the conflicts of the British Empire. 

But that apart, Red Deer of today offers much more than this bits and pieces history. It is a proper example of well-nurtured tourism culture that seems to wield a good deal of enticement over its visitors. 

Finding Cheap Hotels in Red Deer

Red Deer is located, administratively speaking, in Alberta State of Canada. At about 100,000 mark, its population is among the highest in the state, next only to Calgary as well as Edmonton. 

This high a population is good enough to bring a good deal of variety when it comes to Red Deer hotels and the overall hospitality business here. 

Talking about hotels in Red deer, it becomes imperative to discuss cheap hotels first up, because a large share of our readers take an active interest in optimizing their economic resources while travelling to various places. 

While there are not too many cheap hotels that we could draw from, Quality Inn Spring Hill and Super 8 Inn & Suites are two options that stood quite well to intensive comparison criteria that we use while carrying out the research. 

Accommodation value for money, property location, facilities made available, staff behavior and food are some of the basic criteria used here.

Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Red Deer

On one hand if it was difficult enough to find affordable Red Deer hotels, it is not an easy walkover when you try looking for some well and truly luxury resorts here, either! 

The reason that most tourists choose to go with luxury resorts is to make sure that their tour plans fall in place and no unpleasant surprises dawn upon them. Keeping that motive in consideration, these two luxury hotels in Red Deer are fine choices for any tourist who is looking for a comfortable stay that goes up without any hiccups! 

Country Inn & Suites Red Deer is our top-most choice in this particular segment. There are quite a few properties owned and run by the Country Ground in North America, and like most of them, Country Inn & Suites Red Deer offers the best of hospitality that tourists can hope for. From exquisitely spread complimentary breakfast spreads to in-house spas, gyms and bars, everything that one needs to make their vacation memorable can be found with ease here. 

Sheraton Red Deer Hotel follows Country Inn & Suites quite closely. While there is no need to present any proof of Sheraton's reputation in the global hospitality business, it must be put on record with clarity and in no uncertain terms that a stay at Sheraton Red Deer will turn your otherwise great visit to Red Deer into a truly memorable and grand visit! 

Hotel Ramada Red Deer is a good alternative to the ones mentioned before. Quite interestingly, it also happens to be a shade less expensive than them, as well! 

What to Do/See in Red Deer? 

Red Deer is perched quite beautifully in the eponymously named county in Alberta Province of Canada. Because of this very location that seems to blend accessibility with seclusion quite emphatically, Red Deer has been blessed with a number of natural as well as manmade tourist attractions. 

If you are a sports fan “ especially a hockey fan “ Alberta Sports Hall of Fame should be your very first pit stop in the sightseeing roster of Red Deer. Sprawling over a huge expanse of over 6,000 sq. ft. this Hall of Fame documents and exhibits the best of the sporting legacy of Alberta. 

Kerry Wood Nature Centre is a famous bird watching haven in Red Deer. A number of species of local as well as migratory birds can be observed here, provided that the seasons are conducive for bird watching. 

Gaetz Lake is a famous lake that comes within the border limits of Kerry Wood Nature Centre. A calm and serene ambiance around this lake often attracts throngs of tourists who wish to lose themselves in the incredible beauty of nature that wild Canada is world-famous for. 

Red Deer and District Museum and Archives can be a great follow-up for the activities and sites listed above. This museum covers much of the recorded history of the region through various artefacts and specimens. 

Apart from these sites, various outdoor activities can be undertaken in and around Red Deer. Hiking, skiing, water sports and forest exploration are popular activities around here. 

Do's and Dont's of Sightseeing in Red Deer 

  • Do make sure that you are carrying enough layers of clothing, regardless of the weather forecast. 
  • Do know that Red Deer is a naturally and ecologically sensitive region. 
  • Don't wander into the wilderness without local guidance. 
  • Don't miss out various local food joints that serve authentic blends of French and British foods. 

Getting Around in Red Deer 

Being a mid-sized city, Red Deer is rather short on efficient public transport options. The municipality run bus service, however, is just about good enough to help tourists get from one point to another without much hassle. 

A few private taxi services operate in and around the city, and are available on call. 

Recent traveler reviews of Red Deer, AB

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

"Great Stay!"
Score 4.0 / 5

It's quaint and easy to get around with a lot of choices for eating.

Rhonda W., from 24-Jan-2018
"A Very Exciting Place"
Score 5.0 / 5

Tons of parks, easy to navigate and well established hospitality amenities.

Blair W., from 07-Jun-2015
"Beautiful City"
Score 4.0 / 5

Red Deer is a beautiful city with wide streets and lots of parks/trees.

Cathy L., from 02-Mar-2015
"Red Deer Soccer Association were great"
Score 5.0 / 5

Had a horrible snow storm that weekend so unfortunately there was not much I liked - the folks at the Collicutt Centre and Red Deer Soccer Association were great!

Sandy S., from 21-Nov-2013
The average traveler rating of the city of Red Deer, AB shown above is 4.5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
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