Days Inn Edmonton South

10333 University Ave, Edmonton, T6E 6N5, Canada
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Coffee Shop recommend ????

by dxbgirl


I plan to visit Edmonton soon to meet a very dear friend and will have only a few hours. Would like some recommendations on a nice quiet, cozy and comfortable coffee shop where we would be comfortable to sit, relax and chat for a few hours. Comfortable seating with privacy to carry a conversation and a relaxed atmosphere a must. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Will stay at the Crown Plaza so perhaps something nearby ? It has been many years since visiting Edmonton so I really need help !

RE: Coffee Shop recommend ????

by DavidKeeling

The Crowne Plaza has a delightful main-floor lounge which serves coffee, food, and alcoholic beverages if you like. It offers adequate space and privacy, and a superb view of the expanse of river valley to the south.
If you simply MUST leave the hotel for your meeting, I would recommend Lux.
It's a block north of your hotel, has a couple of booths which are segregated from the more "together" seating area, but it is a lounge, again. They serve coffee, food, and alcohol. If you enter by the front door, you must pass through the dining area to find the lounge.
You'll pass a Starbucks on the way there, but it's busy, in no way sedate, and conversation is shouted between patrons. The coffee shops in the area are not plentiful, so your best bet is the lounge. Very civilized.


RE: Coffee Shop recommend ????

by Babcia

If you don't mind travelling south of the river to Old Strathcona, the most comfortable coffee shop where you can sit for hours (they serve light lunches and enormous cafe lattes) is Block 1912 (10361 Whyte Avenue). The number 52 bus goes from downtown to Whyte Avenue - most direct route, or you could take a taxi.
If you want to try something different go for tea to Steeps, two locations, the bigger one is just south of the University of Alberta Campus on Whyte Avenue just east of 112th street, take the LRT - the Light Rapid Transit, from downtown to the Health Sciences stop, and then walk east (past all the construction for the new heart centre) to 112th steet then south past the CIBC bank and around the corner along the shops till you see the Steeps sign. It isn't as far as it sounds - takes about 5 minutes to walk from the LRT stop.

There are lots of other coffee spots, but they don't have as comfortable seating, & therefore won't be as comfy when sitting for hours. Leva Cappucino Bar (in the university area) and Tesoro's (just west of downtown in the Grant MacEwan College area) both have excellent coffee but not comfortable chairs.

RE: Coffee Shop recommend ????

by ltt

the nice thing if you wanted to venture to whyte avenue is that is lots of places to choose from if you want to move around a bit. i too was going to suggest meeting at block 1912. then once your coffeed out you could walk along the avenue and choose a different place for your lunch or dinner.

Travel Tips for Edmonton

North Saskatchewan River

by Tolik

The valley of the North Saskatchewan River attracted early human occupation for thousands of years, with its relatively abundant resources of water, food, and wildlife.
Two fur trading posts arrived late in the 18th century, one belonging to the Hudson‘s Bay Company and the other to its rival the North West Trading Company. They were rebuilt several times before Fort Edmonton was consolidated on the site now occupied by the provincial legislative building. When the two companies merged in 1821 the fort that had been established in 1795 by the Hudson’s Bay Company, known as Edmonton House, became the trading and administrative center of the northwest. The fort traded with the Blackfoot confederacy of the Indian tribes who together with the Cree then inhabited
the land. The Canadian government advertised in foreign papers in the 1900s: “Canada has free land”>. Until 1914 hundreds of thousands of immigrants poured in from Britain, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, and Poland, riding the long colonial trains that chuffed across Lake Superior’s northern shore into the Canadian West. Germans and Ukrainians were the largest ethnic groups (Ukrainian community in Edmonton itself is about 95,000); but there were many others, including Scandinavians, Russians, Poles, Austrians, Italians, and Icelanders. Immigration rose to a peak in 1914, came to standstill during World War I, and resumed at somewhat reduced rate in 1920s...

Edmonton's Ukrainian community

by Jefie

The area of Edmonton is home to a fairly large Ukrainian community and its influence can be perceived all across the city, especially through its beautiful architecture.

If you want to find out more about the story of Ukrainian immigrants in Alberta, you can visit the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village located about 50 km east of Edmonton.

Golf galore

by VTShounen

The city is riddled/blessed with loads of golf courses. Victoria Park Golf Course, just down the hill from downtown, is the country's oldest municipal golf course, and remains today a very popular golf course. There are dozens of others in and bordering the city.

Pictured here is the Victoria Park Golf Course (taken from mi casa! ^o^) with the U of A campus in the background across the river.

The North Saskatchewan River

by Tolik

The North Saskatchewan River snakes its way through the city with a long green belt of parkland running along both banks. This is North America’s largest stretch of city parkland, one long recreational area strewn with cycling paths and trails. Imagine a city park 30 km (19miles) long that has all kinds of facilities, including network of jogging, running and cycling trails. On the picture - Whitemud Park - is a part of the system and one of our favorites in Edmonton.

Whyte Ave... 82 Avenue from...

by glicko

Whyte Ave... 82 Avenue from roughly the U of A to 104 St.(the CPR tracks). This is the centre of Edmonton's nightlife. Some of Edmonton's best restaurants and most of its best bars are located on Whyte. Its proximity to the U of A and the HI Hostel ensure an eclectic and rowdy crowd.
The Old Strat(hcona Hotel): old time hotel beerhall like you'd find in the 'colourful' quarter of any western Canadian city. Caution: the amount of smoke in the air here is probably incredibly toxic, but the beer is cheap, and the patrons are entertaining.

The Iron Horse: huge nightclub situated next to the railway line at 104th. Good place to dance yer brains out.
...these two bars are just the extremes of a spectrum of bars on Whyte Ave. Take your pick, you're bound to find one that you like. From dirty and ragged to elegantly coiffed.


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 Days Inn Edmonton South

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Address: 10333 University Ave, Edmonton, T6E 6N5, Canada