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Loft in Southwest Edmonton
Entire Loft, Whyte Ave, University, Great parking
Best location in Old Strathcona, steps from Whyte Avenue, river valley and University of Alberta campus and University Hospital and clinics; This main level suite with 14 ft ceiling is secure, quiet and private. It has everything for a quiet comfortable stay. Completely separate suite no shared areas and keyless self entry with unique code for each guest. Whether you're visiting, on business or going to school here, you'll appreciate the convenience and cleanliness of this private suite.
$42 per night
Condo in North Central Edmonton
Best location, tasteful, non-smoking 1BD+parking
Licensed, non-smoking, central, well lit, comfortable 1 bedroom in a great neighborhood. Tastefully renovated, constantly improving. Two blocks from Jasper ave and one from 104 ave for transit routes. 5-mins drive to Roger's Place Arena, or choose to walk! Well equipped kitchen, grocery store chains within walking distance. Minutes by foot to Oliver Square and the Brewery District, lots of great restaurants and coffee shops. Beautiful in the summer.
$44 per night
Condo in North Central Edmonton
Manhattan - Industrial & Modern Apartment by LRT
Located in the basement floor of an older three floor building. This renovated condo is just across the road from Commonwealth Stadium and next to a main LRT train station for quick and easy access into downtown and other areas. ★ 4 MINS TRAIN - Downtown Edmonton ★ 9 MINS TRAIN - Edmonton Expo Center ★ 13 MINS TRAIN - University of Alberta ★ 8 MINS WALK - Supermarket (Save-on-Foods)
$42 per night

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Stay near Edmonton's top sights

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Winspear Centre97 locals recommend
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Muttart Conservatory219 locals recommend
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Kingsway Mall46 locals recommend
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University of Alberta87 locals recommend
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Southgate Centre82 locals recommend
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Royal Alberta Museum164 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Edmonton

Loft in Downtown Edmonton
Unique Romantic Loft in the ❤️ of Downtown
$97 per night
Condo in North Central Edmonton
Inspired Penthouse Downtown Amazing Views
$74 per night
Home in Northeast Edmonton
Inviting Private Suite 1 Bedroom Getaway Northeast
$33 per night
Loft in Downtown Edmonton
Urban 2-LVL Loft w AC, Patio and Available UG Park
$117 per night
Guest suite in North Central Edmonton
Parkdale Cozy Treehouse
$48 per night
Private room in Southwest Edmonton
Clean and quiet, walk U of A (not for quarantine)
$26 per night
Guest suite in Southeast Edmonton
Modern Garage Suite Near Whyte & University
$49 per night
Private room in Northwest Edmonton
Master Bedroom✔10 Min to DT✔Long term stays
$33 per night
Loft in Downtown Edmonton
Downtown 1 Bdrm Loft w/Parking + Pets
$42 per night
Condo in North Central Edmonton
No Cleaning Fee | Trendy | Cozy | Great Location
$77 per night
Guesthouse in Strathcona
Covid safe private guest house in Old Strathcona.
$59 per night
Private room in North Central Edmonton
Downtown River Valley Home! license 340735686-003
$34 per night

Your guide to Edmonton

All About Edmonton

A vibrant city in the heart of the Canadian wilderness, Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta province as well as a popular access point for exploring Western Canada’s waterfalls, canyons, and glacier-fed lakes and the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The North Saskatchewan River carves through the heart of the city, and Edmonton’s river valley and extensive parklands offer nearly 100 miles of trails to explore by foot, bike, canoe, or snowshoe. Just east of town is the vast boreal landscape of Elk Island National Park. Or you can simply spend an afternoon strolling around the Alberta Legislature, a marvel of Beaux-Arts architecture, whose grounds are dotted with benches and picnic areas.

Not just a city for lovers of the outdoors, Edmonton has a celebrated restaurant scene and a thriving downtown Arts District as well as two major museums, the Royal Alberta Museum and the Art Gallery of Alberta. Rogers Place hosts sporting events and touring music groups from all over, and the adjacent ICE District is where the city’s nightlife clusters.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Edmonton?

Alberta’s four seasons are dramatic ones, shaping the entire trajectory of your visit to Edmonton. Edmonton’s summers aren’t just epically warm; the sun rises as early as 5 a.m. and sets at 10 p.m. Cooler fall temperatures bring vibrant expanses of gold and red to the river valley. Grab a coffee, take a walk through the city's vast parklands, or visit the Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market on Saturdays for food and goods from local artisans. Edmonton gets cold — deeply, bone-chillingly cold — and snowy during the winter months, with snow as early as November and as late as March, so if you’re visiting during this time, pack extreme-weather outerwear.

What are the top things to do in Edmonton?

Elk Island National Park

An hour’s drive from downtown Edmonton, Elk Island National Park is a place to spend a day hiking, canoeing, or cross-country skiing. The rolling landscape of aspen woodlands, prairie meadows, lakes, and wetlands is home to bison, moose, deer, and more than 250 species of birds. Part of the Beaver Hill Dark Sky Preserve, the park offers stellar stargazing — the ideal spot for spotting the aurora borealis (Northern lights) in winter.

4th Street Promenade

The revitalized 4th Street Promenade neighborhood downtown is lined with restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, coffee shops, and even chocolatiers. You can easily spend hours exploring the local businesses. One of the more distinctive: the Neon Sign Museum, a collection of 20 restored neon signs that date back decades.

Royal Alberta Museum

The Royal Alberta Museum, Western Canada’s largest museum, has more than 82,000 square feet of exhibition space, allowing it to display a choice selection from its massive collection of artifacts highlighting the province’s natural and cultural heritage. If you’re keen for more history, you’re only a short walk from the Art Gallery of Alberta and Churchill Square.

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