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Downtown Edmonton ranges from the historic neighborhoods of the Old Strathcona theatre district to the modern area of the city around the University of Alberta. Edmonton's long river valley provides many urban parks along the city, including connected accessible hiking, walking and biking trails. There are several large festivals held downtown throughout the year, earning Edmonton the name "The Festival City". The city is also home to many museums, including the Royal Alberta Museum, Telus World of Science and the Alberta Aviation Museum. In addition, Edmonton contains the Fort Edmonton Park, the largest living history museum in the country. The downtown Edmonton area is home to North America's largest shopping mall, the West Edmonton Mall, which contains an amusement park and water park among its many retail shops. Winspear Centre is a huge concert hall which houses the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. To get around, the Edmonton Transit System operates a light rail system as well as a network of buses throughout the city. Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Edmonton that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
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Courtyard Edmonton Downtown
One Thornton Court
Edmonton, AB T5J2E7 CA
Courtyard Edmonton is a European-style boutique hotel located next to the SHAW Conference Center and approximately five miles from Edmonton Airport... read more
Crowne Plaza Chateau Lacombe
10 111 Bellamy Hill
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N7 CA
Crowne Plaza Chateau Lacombe is located in the heart of downtown Edmonton and its comfortable Guest Rooms offer complementary Internet.... read more
About Downtown Edmonton
Edmonton, Alberta ranks as a town with something for everyone. Sports fans can take off to Rexall Place to watch the Edmonton Oil Kings skitter the puck down the ice. History buffs can wander the time-themed streets of Fort Edmonton for a day, chatting with period-costumed history interpreters, taking in the fur trade, the turn of the century shops and the 1920s carousel at the midway. The culturally minded can try a visit to Edmonton Opera or hear the symphony orchestra at the Winspear Centre, with its awesome acoustics. Those who love shopping will find their dreams at the West Edmonton Mall, one of the largest malls in the world. Outdoor lovers find miles of parkland pathways on the river, smack dab in the center of the city. Classy hotels and restaurants abound, and finding one to fit every pocketbook is not a problem in this fair city.
Getting from parks to zoos to mall to hotel is easy here too with the light rail transit and a bus system that covers the city. Stop in at the World Trade Center tourist center to pick up a day pass for transportation and while there, get a discount coupon book for the city’s attractions and save on entrance fees. Bicyclers find paths and trails, and travel by bike is encouraged in Edmonton. Most of downtown Edmonton can be easily reached by walking, or a quick hop on a bus or train. In winter, or inclement weather, the downtown area provides an indoor pedway that connects over 180 shops and stores.
Culturally diverse Edmonton allows visitors to check out not only a vibrant Chinatown area, but Ukrainian cathedrals and the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village just outside of town. Scots, Irish, East Indians, Germans and Chinese all made Alberta their home at various times, and their influences can be seen in Edmonton’s architecture.
As Canada’s premier festival city, Edmonton sports a variety of festivals every year, all year round. At any season, visitors to the city are likely to find an ongoing festival celebrating winter sports, visual and performing arts, film, music, dance and various cultures. Heritage Days delights for a weekend in August, all things winter enliven Deep Freeze, one of the city’s winter festivals in early January. Truly, Edmonton can satisfy everyone who gives this charming town a chance.