Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Edmonton at the Mall

10017 179 A St., Edmonton, Alberta, T5S 2L4, Canada
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Edmonton at the Mall
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Excellent
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Very Good
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52
Average
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25
Poor
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Terrible
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  • Families63
  • Couples55
  • Solo80
  • Business56

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Nice hotel along with an excellent price

by spartan about Holiday Inn Express/Edmonton International Airport

This hotel is a first-class facility offering free airport shuttle service (24 hrs), a whirlpool, and exercise room. I was able to get an internet fare sale price of $82.50 (Canadian + tax)...which was not bad at all!!! This hotel offers a free deluxe breakfast bar with all kinds of goodies, free local calls, free parking (for up to one week), plug-ins for all stalls (for you non-Canadians...when it gets cold up here and I do mean cold, the plug-ins are used to attach an extension cord to the engine heater so that your vehicle can start up), free in-room coffee and tea.

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Standard of living in Edmonton

by yepeiyan

Hi!

I'm actually travelling over to Edmonton for an exchange program this summer. I'm curious about the standard of living in Edmonton. How much CND will I need to bring to enable me to live reasonably for 6 weeks?

Thanks!

Re: Standard of living in Edmonton

by YVRDave

I would think 150% of what your daily expenses are in Singapore. 200% would be a very good standard.

Re: Standard of living in Edmonton

by yepeiyan

Hmm.. so would CND$1,000 be enough for 6 weeks? As my meals will be provided by the residence and thus eating out will mostly likely be during the weekend. But then again, I would like to visit some interesting attractions too. =)

Re: Standard of living in Edmonton

by YVRDave

Do you drink alcohol? Are you a woman that gets drinks bought for them? Are you a man that buys drinks for women? Do you want to go out to nice restaurants? Do you prefer fast food restaurants?

Give me a lifestyle to price?

You have 6 weekends at $25/weekend day equals $300, at $50 = $600.
1 beer or drink = $4-6. A dinner plate at an average restaurant is $8-20

Re: Standard of living in Edmonton

by tdobb

Alberta is the quickest growing economy is Canada, many of the restaurants have shut down in the city and those that are open are very expensive even for street food. I've traveled all over Canada and found edmonton to be the most expensive for food and alcohol.

Travel Tips for Edmonton

Refresh at the fountains

by gubbi1

During my visit ot Edmonton it has been really hot, up to 37 degrees Celsius. It seems quite common that people go to the fountains at the Government Building as well as on the mainsquare to give a refresh to their kids.

Bungy Jump, West Edmonton Mall!

by jamiesno

At the water park in the West Edmonton Mall you can bungy jump!!!

I have to say for $80 I got a video and the thrill of my life. I was shacking for about an hour later, got wet from the waist up but I couldn't get the smile off my face for at least a couple of days. It was awesome.

It is a 106 foot drop!! Here is a picture I took of the tower recently at the mall. They have all the necessary equipment which includes the bungy cord.

The Francis Winspear Centre...

by Navihawk

The Francis Winspear Centre For Music

Performers from the ESO to the Rolling Stones have found a home in one of the world's most acoustically-sound halls.

#4 SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL SQUARE
EDMONTON, ALBERTA T5J4B2
Phone: (780) 429-1992

Schedule of Events


12/30
to
12/31 Winspear Centre Guided Tours
One of the most acoustically sound venues in the world hosts a guided tour of the downtown concert hall.
05/06 Bjorn Again
Abba Dabba Doo. The imposters from the land of Fosters return.
05/07
to
05/08 ESO On The Edge: Susan Aglukark
Canada's Arctic Rose touches down at the Winspear for a pair of mid-week shows.
05/09 Ricardo Lemvo
Congo goes Cuba with this world-music fusion artist.

Concert Hall Profile

Two people standing on the empty Francis Winspear Centre for Music stage can talk in normal voices, and someone else sitting in the farthest distant seat can hear their conversation.

The concert hall's flawless acoustics have won rave reviews from musicians, music fans, and appreciative audiences. The 1,932 seat main concert hall has hosted Edmonton Symphony Orchestra concerts, Jazz City concerts, choral revues, and opera. Construction on the centre, at the corner of 102 Avenue and 99 street began in 1995, and by summer, 1997, all the final touches on the $40 million complex were complete.

The Winspear Centre opened in September 1997 with a nine-day celebration of the centre's potential. Performers like Michael Burgess, Jann Arden, Herbie Hancock, The Chieftains and cellist Shauna Rolston helped highlight the performance hall's diverse uses. The main hall utilizes a wraparound design that creates an intimate relationship between performer and audience.

The Winspear's rehearsal hall has been used by touring groups, including the Rolling Stones, and the meeting and reception rooms are well utilized by corporate and community groups for various functions. The front lobby, with its high glass windows, is also used for wedding receptions, media launches and other functions.

Fargo's

by Carmanah about Fargo's

This is a large, modern, popular pub located on the lively Whyte Avenue. When I was there back in August it was completely packed full of people and they were open well after 2am. They were playing alternative rock and grunge... and it had a very positive, happy-go-lucky vibe. You could hang around the bar, sit in the booths, or mingle around the tables.

Note: Apparently Fargo's closed after I visited, and a new bar opened up instead a Canadiana Irish-type pub called "Hudson's". The atmosphere is casual and they don't inforce any dress code.

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Address: 10017 179 A St., Edmonton, Alberta, T5S 2L4, Canada