Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites West Edmonton
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites West Edmonton
Travel Blogs from Edmonton
This five week Camino journey has been almost two years in the planning, and it is hard to believe we are now at the final day before departure. Is it odd that I still feel unprepared?
This morning I put on pantyhose for a business breakfast gathering. It occurred to me that I won't need to fuss with them again for over a month! Happy dance.
- We are ...
... in Edmonton before we made our journey back to school, which we arrived at 6:30. All in all, it was a really great trip, especially since the roads were safe the whole time. I also have one more update on my Tim's Roll Up Challenge, as I didn't win this weekend, and so that puts my total to 4 for 18. Which I won 3 times during the break, winning a coffee and two donuts. Thanks for reading my updates during the break, and may God bless the rest of your year. ...
... both said "You Kiwis always have the best kit." So that was an interesting perspective. We got back to the hotel and while the telly was on the Wild Channel (thank GOODNESS we don't have such a thing at home - OMG, he wouldn't move from the couch - it's all about duck/goose shooting, hunting, tips and tricks, kit - nightmare - he's loving it) I did some work and we pondered where to for dinner. We wandered close to the hotel (coz one of us ain't up to wandering far) and found a ...
... my father had so loved. Dad was a bush pilot in the Arctic in the 1950s-early '60s, and I remember his saying they were the best flying years of his life. Many of the place names on the maps and charts sound familiar to me, having heard them at home – Frobisher Bay, Inuvik, Resolute, Fort Chimo, Tuktoyaktuk, Norman Wells, Coppermine. I thought a lot about my dad ...
... could do.
After hiking around Iceland, we started to notice the magnitude of different surfaces and things we were walking on, and got the idea to take pictures of all the places we walked around the world.
It started to be a fun activity that eventually helped us to realize just how many different places, ...