Comfort Inn & Suites

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

10425 100th Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0A3, Canada
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Costs about the same, but rated 19% higher than other 2 star hotels

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by Mark_B

Hi,we are coming to Canada in July and will be spending a few days in Edmonton.
Just wondered which hotel to stay in? We want to be close to restaurants,bars etc,any help would be great thanks Mark.

Re: Hotels?

by YVRDave

Sutton Place, Westin, Hotel Macdonald

Re: Hotels?

by SandiM

The hotels mentioned above are right downtown Edmonton. You can also try the West Edmonton Mall's Fantasyland Hotel. Or, party central is usually on Whyte Avenue in July, a 1 mile stretch of street where the party rarely stops (just kidding). Nicer hotels include the Scona Hotel, and another new one I think is called The Meridien (I could be mistaken on that!). Try looking some up on If you have a car, there are lots of properties on Gateway Blvd. Bars can always be found around here--it all depends on what age crowd you are after as it varies a lot here, too.

Re: Hotels?

by Karlie85

Downtown and Whyte Avenue (just south of the river) are the most popular places if you want to be close to bars and restaurants. I can highly recommend The Meterra on Whyte Ave. It's a boutique hotel and it's only a few years old. I stayed there once just for a nice weekend and also on my wedding night. The only one negative is that it is right on Whyte Avenue, so you can hear some noise from the street (because it's a party street!). Their sister hotel is the Varscona and it is only a couple of blocks away. I've never stayed, but have heard good things.

Whyte Ave is a little better for bars because they are all on the same avenue within about a 10 block strip, with the main concentration of them within 5 blocks. Downtown also has quite a few good bars, but they are a little bit more spread out.

Re: Hotels?

by Mark_B

Thanks people,probably book the Mettera.

Looking forward to coming over.

Regards Mark.

Travel Tips for Edmonton

See an Oilers Game, check out...

by juniperjune

See an Oilers Game, check out Whyte Ave, see a festival in the summer (there is at least one a week for all summer), check out the River Valley, Parliment Buildings and grounds. God, where do I begin? Riding my bike in Edmonton is one of my fondest memories. Their trails are like being in the Country, not a major city. You can leave it all behind, and the connect so easily throughout the city.
I found the people in Edmonton way more friendly than on Calgary. People are so much more down to Earth!
Ok, you might want to see West Edmonton Mall. It is the biggest, blah blah yah yah. Whatever. Tourist trap, expensive, boring, blah blah. Go somewhere else, see something cultural. It is over 10 blocks long, they have the same store multiple times. That is way too much for me. Plus for a city that has THE LARGEST MALL IN THE WORLD, let me tell you, there are a lot of shopping centers throughout Edmonton. Weird I tell you.

Canada's Texas?!

by Jefie

With its stampede, farms, ranches, oil, country music and pick-up trucks, it might be fair to say that Alberta sort of is Canada's Texas. And if you think it's only a myth, just look at this picture I took of two little boys in Edmonton. Yee-haa!

Biking with in city limits

by DSwede

Of all the cities that I've visited and lived in, I give credit to Edmonton for having some of the best biking trails.

Considering that Edmonton is located in the flats of Alberta, the river bluffs give some fantastic contour to the bike trails.

It does not matter if you like cruising, speed on a road bike or technical mountain bike, the trails exist here and are very close at hand.

There are paved and gravel paths that follow both sides of the river for many kilometers in both directions. There are also branches of these paths that go into Terwilliger and Mill Creek Ravine, etc. In my riding, I would say that there are at least 40km of paved trails that do not have any motorized traffic.

For those of you who like mountain biking on single tracks, do not be discouraged by the above. There are copious amounts of single track trails that weave in and out of the river park, running both flat parallel to the river and testing your skills with climbs into the river bluff hills.

If you don't have anyone to point you in the right direction, the bike stores here are very helpful. Bring your own bike and headlights (needed in the winter). If you don't have your own gear, contact either of these two shops and inquire about rentals.

Red Bike on the south side of the 109 High Level bridge, as well as Hard Core Bikes (82nd Ave & 100 St) are two that I'd recommend. They both have weekly rides every Monday and more aggressive rides every Wednesday 6:30pm.

Out in the oil patch

by Darby2

Out in the oil patch is definitely off the beaten path! Much of the oil and gas exploration in Alberta is based in Edmonton.

This is a view of Refinery Row on the east side of Edmonton on 17th street, with a field of blooming canola in the foreground. The huge Petro-Canada refinery is on the right and the Strathcona refinery is on the left. Downtown is more or less in the centre. Both are undergoing massive upgrades to meet the refining capacity needed for the oil coming from Fort McMurray's oilsands projects. Alberta currently produces more than 2.7 million barrels of crude per day.


by frankcanfly

Another Place I found in town was Ezmerelda's or 'Ezzy's' as the locals call it. A young crowd without much quality dancing, except on select days. The floor is large and the people are friendly (It IS Canada you know). Make sure you get some of that local beer, eh?......the dancers in the area usually go to 'Ezzy's' on Sundays.


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Address: 10425 100th Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0A3, Canada