River Valley Inn

Address: 9710 105th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 1A4, Canada | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located in the North Central Edmonton area of Edmonton, is near Athabasca Glacier, Alberta Legislature Building, Crypt Lake Trail, and Edmonton Public Schools Archives & Museum.
Map this hotel

Travel Blogs from Edmonton

Day 36

A travel blog entry by yorkessue on Oct 31, 2014

34 photos

... to a good ole Country dance bar, Cook County Saloon, very similar to the Woolshed. Nearly didn't get in as I didn't have ID - pfft who'd have thought I'd need it. ( I guess they can't tell a witches age!)
Great music, mechanical bull (no I didn't get on it) more shots and yes danced with my sis ( to ACDC!)
Moved on further but the lines were quite long, everything ...

Family, Surprised Family, and Red Lobster

A travel blog entry by adelleg on Sep 05, 2014

4 photos

... visit in. Got back on the road around 1:00 pm, ready to cruise our way into Edmonton. The general traffic was astoundingly ridiculous and just as we seemed to be getting past the slowest contingent everybody came to a relative stand still. Nobody was able to pass anybody in either lane. It took nearly half an hour of painstaking progress to discover the cause: there was a police car at the head of the pack keeping everybody in check. Nobody wanted ...

T-minus 1 Day until Takeoff

A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv on Jul 28, 2014


... I had Mexico on the brain.

The second thing event was that I had borrowed a book from the library by Stan and Jan Berenstain called The Day of the Dinosaurs right after returning the book in which I had read about the Chicxulub Crater. I must have read that book cover to cover at least four or five time on that first day--they weren't hard books to read, but mostly I was engrossed by the colours: vibrant pinks and purples and sorbet oranges streaking the sky and ...

The Train

A travel blog entry by d-traveler on Jun 07, 2014

While deciding how I was going to get from the west coast to the east coast, i debated transport. Upon deciding that we were gonna take the train, it was between three: the Amtrak (across America), the Rocky Mountaineer (which let off in Jasper), or ViaRail. No one knows how difficult this decision is from such limited knowledge and not using ...

Home Sweet (cold, snowy) Home

A travel blog entry by meganholley on Jan 07, 2014

3 photos

... home instead of carrying it. It's our last treat of by passing the long line up at the Westjet counter and through security. I am still wondering if it's ok to take turns wearing it on all of our holidays????

When we landed in Edmonton Richard went and dug the car out of the mounds of snow, thank goodness it started and the heater was working! We made it home on the icy roads which was great since I had bare legs.

A huge thank you to my wonderful neighbor Margaret ...

Other places to stay in Edmonton