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There are over 180 hourly rooms at the renovated Courtyard by Marriott Edmonton Downtown hotel, with wonderful views of the nearby North Saskatchewan River. Its downtown location puts numerous attractions within walking distance, including live performance venues and museums, while the hotel itself offers guests free Wi-Fi and on-site dining.
Range of Restaurants – Lovers of Italian cuisine should head over to the Sorrentino’s Downtown, which offers vegetarian options and is just minutes from the day rooms. Meaty treats including butter-topped beef are on the menu at Ruth’s Chris Steak House, whilst Czech and broader European fare including goulash and schnitzel can be enjoyed at Bistro Praha. Other styles in the vicinity such as Mexican, Portuguese, and Chinese are also available.
Live Performances – Just a little north of the hotel is the Citadel Theatre, a large venue with a quintet of performance spaces that host a variety of productions including musicals and plays, as well as live music. The Winspear Centre is just across the road, and is home to the city’s symphony orchestra.
Marvellous Museums – Delve into the history of Alberta, its people and land at the Royal Alberta Museum. The museum covers the geology of the area and its civilization, with exhibits on fossils, wildlife, and history of the First Peoples. The artistically inclined will find the distinctive architecture of the Art Gallery of Alberta hard to miss, and within there are works from both Canada and around the world.
Commonwealth Stadium – Sports fans may want to check out the Commonwealth Stadium, a 60,000 seat sporting arena and home to the Edmonton Football Team. In addition to hosting Canadian football, the venue also holds concerts, athletics events, soccer, and other sports.
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