Comfort Inn & Suites
10425 100th Ave.
Edmonton, AB T5J 0A3
Phone: (780) 423-5611
Fax: (780) 425-9791
A venture of the Transcend Coffee, the Elevation Room is an intimate music hall. Located below Transcend's Jasper Avenue outlet, this venue attracts music lovers from all over. And given its proximity to the cafe, it goes without saving that it serves excellent snacks, and coffee, beers and other variety of drinks. For schedule and other details, call ahead.
The city of Edmonton is known to be inhabited by a large number of discerning art and music lovers and the Hydeaway is almost like a citadel that stands to support this fact. The Hydeaway poses both as an arts space as well an entertainment venue and is known to host some of the best exhibitions and artist performances in the city. Besides being a platform that aims to promote local talent and showcase the creativity of the community, the gallery has also earned extra brownie points from locals for being a venue that welcomes people from all age-groups and backgrounds. The Hydeaway also promotes appreciation of various creative arts, and also holds art workshops from time to time.
If socializing is your priority, here's where you have to be. Claimed to be one of Alberta's premier concert venues, this is where you can catch some live action in the form of music shows, book releases and cultural happenings. Many of these events take place in the venue's Victory Lounge, located a floor below, so patrons can go party-hopping within the same vicinity. Before you start off in the direction of this historic building-note that you can only join in the fun if you are a member. Hit the website for more information.
The City Centre 9 Cinemas is a hub for all movie buffs in the heart of downtown Edmonton. The multiplex cinema shows all the top releases. You will be seated in comfort and treated to the latest in digital technology. It has facilities for the hard of hearing.
If you're looking out for a place to catch the latest Hollywood blockbuster on a big fancy screen, then the Empire Cinemas is just the right place. The 9 screen movie-theater is located in the heart of Edmonton and features all the latest movies 3D and RealD 3D. The theater is also host to some of the biggest cultural events, regularly playing host to concerts, theater acts and plays. Do check out their Empire Party Kids packages, wherein you can celebrate your kids birthday parties at the theater, a perfect treat for the little ones! To know more, call ahead.
The Diamond Park was a former baseball stadium established in 1907. With a capacity of 1500, the stadium was home of the Edmonton Eskimos baseball team.
The Empire Ballroom, at the Fairmont Hotel MacDonald, enchants and delights one and all with its majestic magnificence. The artistic splendor this quaint, old-worldly hotel radiates will amaze you and make you want to come back time and again. The Sunday Brunches at the Ballroom are a grand affair with a passel of delicacies at your disposal. With over 50 mouthwatering dishes, including distinct specialty food stands to tantalize your tastebuds, you're guaranteed to come out feeling like a king.
Replacing John Ducey Park, Telus Field was opened in 1995. With 12 foot walls all around the stadium and seating capacity of 10,000, it is one of the famous ballparks in the whole of North America, and the second largest minor league baseball stadium in Canada. It is home to Edmonton Cracker-Cats of the independent Northern League. Club and general seating are built on top; and luxury suites stand below the ground level. Celebrities like Devon White, Gary DiSarcina, Tim Salmon and Ben Grieve have all been here and done that.
Classical theater thrives at this enchanting place called Maclab Theatre. Housed within the eminent Citadel Theatre in central Edmonton, Maclab caters to the refined tastes of its audience. From its classical interior decor and structured tier-seating to its beautiful garden and lobby, Maclab Theatre has elegance written all over it. The theater, on an average, houses 682 people. Shakespeare's plays at the Maclab are a top draw. A variety of music festivals and cultural events are also held here. Parking facilities and wheelchair access are available at the Maclab Theatre. Call box office for more information.
With its shining facade, The Citadel Theatre is one of the most noticeable structures in the heart of downtown Edmonton. With three theaters and a number of multi-purpose rooms available for rental, the Citadel Theatre is a popular destination for a wide range of audiences, hosting many different types of events.
An elegant structure in contemporary design, the City Hall of Edmonton is a renovated public building. Rebuilt in the year 1992, the structure is the work of the Dub Architects of Edmonton. The glass pyramid of the main building faces a grand fountain that is used as an ice skating rink in winter. The City Hall not only houses important government offices, but is also the venue for numerous public events. Facilities within the hall can also be hired for private functions. Visitors can take a break at the Kids in the Hall Bistro and make purchases at the souvenir store called Edmonton Shop.
Heritage Amphitheater is a cultural hub for it showcases some of the best "local" theatrical plays and musicals. Watching a show at grand venue is a unique experience for this is one of the few amphitheaters in the city. The sound quality and the throw of the voice of a musical or a play here is par excellence and you will not miss even a single whisper. Do try and watch one of the Shakespearean plays being staged here. To book your seats or even get more information on the place feel free to call them.