Comfort Inn & Suites
10425 100th Ave.
Edmonton, AB T5J 0A3
Phone: (780) 423-5611
Fax: (780) 425-9791
10425 100th Ave., Edmonton, AB, CA, T5J 0A3
- Phone: (780) 423-5611
- Fax: (780) 425-9791
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.
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.
Francis Winspear Centre for Music is a seat of culture in downtown Edmonton. This impressive concert hall and arts complex seats in excess of 1,500 people. It is home to the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and has won a coveted Performing Arts Centre of the Year Award. Touring acts to date include the Rolling Stones, Paul Brandt, Holly Cole, and Tom Cochrane. Conference facilities and banquet rooms are also available.
Founded in 1920, the Granite Curling Club is the oldest in Alberta and it's considered to be one of the most go ahead too, scoring firsts with the introduction of colored rings, ice skating on the rink, man-made ice, and the concept of double knockout competitions. Major tournaments hosted at the club can draw crowds of up to 5,000. Out of season, a function room and a trade show area are available for hire. Check website for more details.
Expect comfortable seating and an enjoyable movie experience, with all the latest technology at this popular cinema, which is also available for special event rentals. The program features second run features, repertory pieces and numerous special events, such as the world-renowned Sing-a-Long-a Sound of Music. The Garneau is located just across the river, southwest of downtown Edmonton.
The premiere repertory theater of the city shows a wide variety of releases on two large screens and is available for private bookings and functions. Even if the movie is a disappointment, the theater's fully restored 1915 glory is well worth the trip. Expect comfortable seating and an enjoyable movie experience, with all the latest technology in traditional surroundings.
Opened in 1955 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Alberta, Jubilee Auditorium continues to host top-quality stars, events, and royalty. It is located next to the University of Alberta, just across the river from downtown Edmonton. It is hard to miss, since it is located on a five-hectare (13 acre) site and includes 4,000,000 square feet (200,000 square meters) of entertainment, reception, and conference space. There is parking for 1,000 cars, and from the upper lobby there is a fine view of the city. Call for booking.
The Commonwealth Stadium is located just to the northeast of downtown Edmonton. It is hard to miss this biggest stadium in Canada. Commonwealth Stadium was built for the 1978 Commonwealth Games, which Edmonton hosted. Now, the natural grass surface is home to the Edmonton Eskimos Football Team and host to major concerts throughout the year. The seating capacity exceeds 60,000. Admission varies widely depending on the event.
Formerly a part of the Famous Players group of cinemas, this four-screen multiplex was designed to enhance the movie-watching experience. Expect comfortable seating and digital sound amidst a fairly traditional cinema atmosphere. You can pre-book your seat on the day of the show. Westmount is located northwest of downtown Edmonton. The complex has facilities for the disabled and for the hearing impaired. Call for details on show timings.
Rexall Place is the home of the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League and the Edmonton Drillers of the National Soccer League. Located just northeast of Edmonton's downtown, the Skyreach Centre boasts a capacity of 19,000. You'll also find events such as basketball, boxing, exhibitions, concerts, and rodeos happening here.
This theater in the Odyssium is the first of its kind in western Canada. You will find interesting productions offered inside the easy-to-spot structure, located northwest of downtown. Educational, scientific and wildlife films are shown on a massive 13 by 19-meter (42 by 62-foot) screen, with six speakers belting out the sound. The Canadian IMAX Corporation invented this popular cinematic experience. Hours vary with show timings,
Designed by renowned architect Douglas J Cardinal, this stunning building, previously known as Odyssium, is difficult to miss. There's plenty to see and do, including interactive displays, shows, a learning center, observatory, IMAX theater, computer labs, birthday party hosting, several space and science galleries, as well as a café and gift shop. Since it opened in 1984, the massive science center has been attracting visitors in ever-increasing numbers. The current rate of visitors at TELUS World of Science is about 500,000 people per year. Opening hours vary according to season.