Our picks are quality hotels which can be reached on foot from the new Rogers Place arena.

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Editor's Top 6 Picks

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Book from ~$150 CAD
Elegant boutique hotel in downtown Edmonton, highly praised for its dining and location
Guests can reach the venue in 15 minutes on foot or 8 minutes by car or light rail transit.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, made-to-order breakfast, evening wine, fruit and cheese sampler, local calls
  • Rooms were very clean and well-appointed
  • Location was excellent-an easy walk to great dining, shopping, public transit and downtown attractions
  • Staff were friendly, attentive and professional
  • Breakfast was excellent
  • Madison’s Grill offered delicious food
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Parking is $20 (3 pm-11 am) and $30 for 24 hours
  • Some felt the free breakfast hours were too short
  • Some found the rooms small and not well set up for working at the desk
  • Guests were disappointed with extra charges
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Book from ~$138 CAD
Highly praised downtown Edmonton hotel with modern decor, restaurant and many freebies
The Matrix Hotel is a 16-minute walk or 6-minute drive to the arena. Light rail is only a 12-minute ride.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, parking, area shuttle, loaner bikes, wine tasting, bottled water, all day coffee, local calls, newspapers
  • Rooms were clean, comfortable and well-appointed
  • Location was convenient to restaurants, shops, Rogers Place and public transit
  • Staff gave friendly, kind and helpful service
  • Breakfast was generous and tasty with lots of variety
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Some found the elevators slow
  • Some guests had difficulty regulating their room temperature
  • A few guests did not like the room with the bathroom door facing the bed
  • Occasionally guests found the parking congested
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Book from ~$109 CAD
Comfortable hotel in downtown Edmonton with well-liked dining, river views and location
This hotel is a 9-minute drive or bus ride, or 17-minute walk to the Rogers Place.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, morning coffee, newspapers
  • Rooms were clean, spacious and well-appointed
  • Location was handy to good restaurants, Rogers Place and other downtown destinations
  • Staff were well mannered and accommodating
  • Guests enjoyed great views from some rooms
  • Good dining, breakfast and views from the restaurant on site
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good by guests
Cons
  • Valet-only parking is $30 per day
  • Some complained of small and slightly dated rooms
  • A few guests found the elevator slow
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Book from ~$229 CAD
Historic luxury downtown Edmonton hotel with indoor pool, restaurants & pet-friendly rooms
This hotel is a 9-minute drive or bus ride to the venue and guests can enjoy a healthy 17-minute walk on a fair day.
Pros
  • Free amenities: newspapers
  • Rooms were clean and comfortable
  • Location was excellent—an easy walk to restaurants and downtown attractions
  • Staff did a good job and were friendly
  • Guests often enjoyed the dining and room service
  • Guests loved the river valley views from their rooms and the restaurant
Cons
  • Wi-Fi $14.65 per 24 hrs for non-Club members
  • Self-parking is $35 and valet parking is $45 per night
  • A few guests complained of noise transfer from the hallways, nearby rooms and traffic
  • Some found the hotel, dining and parking expensive
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Book from ~$162 CAD
Well loved downtown Edmonton aparthotel on Jasper Ave with full kitchens & fast free Wi-Fi 
This hotel is an 8-minute drive or 19-minute walk to the venue. Guests can also ride on the bus or tram for 14 minutes.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, laundry detergent
  • Suites were very clean, spacious and well equipped
  • Location was excellent-an easy walk to groceries, restaurants, shops, public transit and the river valley trails
  • Staff were endearing and cheerful, offering good service
  • Good value and peaceful atmosphere at this hotel
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent by guests
Cons
  • Parking (outdoor) is $5 and (indoor) is $15, per night
  • Noise from heaters and traffic a mild disturbance for a few guests
  • Parking in the underground lot could be tight for trucks and larger vehicles
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Book from ~$128 CAD
Popular Edmonton hotel near Kingsway Mall with on-site dining and pool with waterslide
This hotel is 9 minutes' drive to the arena, 15 minutes with public transit or a 32-minute walk.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, parking, local calls
  • Rooms were clean, quiet and well equipped said guests
  • Great location for downtown, shopping, dining and various attractions
  • Staff were pleasant and concerned about your stay
  • Guests highly approved of the dining on site
  • Fun pool and great to have a Timmies on site!
Cons
  • Occasionally a guest said they could hear others in the hallways
  • On occasion guests found the parking lot a little congested

6 Other Hotels Close to Rogers Place

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Book from ~$123 CAD
Pet-friendly but dated downtown Edmonton hotel with indoor pool and on-site dining
Location
Located in downtown Edmonton, the Sutton Place Hotel is connected to the Edmonton City Centre Mall, and a number of business offices, via a skywalk pedway system. Rexall Place is a 12-minute drive away.
Getting Around: Public Transit
Churchill Station is a 6-minute walk from the hotel and from there you can catch the LRT to the stadium, for a total trip time of approximately 13 minutes.
Money-saving
Ticket holders are offered special rates by booking directly with the hotel.
Pros
  • Free wireless Internet, free newspapers, free mineral water, and free in-room coffee
  • Many guests found the location of this hotel convenient for accessing downtown attractions
  • A few guests described their rooms as clean, well-appointed, and spacious
  • A few reviewers complimented the pleasant views of the city from their guest rooms and the penthouse pool area
Cons
  • Self-parking is $31 and valet parking is $39 per night
  • Many guests found the on-site parking rates to be expensive and the parking facility confusing to locate
  • Several reviewers thought that the hotel was in need of upgrades
  • Several guests described feeling unsafe in the neighbourhood immediately surrounding the hotel
  • A few guests were disturbed in their rooms by noise
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Book from ~$142 CAD
Comfortable downtown Edmonton hotel with indoor pool but extra Wi-Fi and parking fees
Location
Located in downtown Edmonton, the Westin is an approximate 13-minute drive from the stadium.
Getting Around: Public Transit
About 2 minutes away on foot is Central Station, where guests can take the LRT directly to Rexall Place. Total travel time is approximately 12 minutes.
Money-saving
Promotions for certain dates or events can be found at this hotel, but an inquiry with the hotel must be made directly.
Pros
  • Pets stay for free
  • Executive rooms and suites include free shoe shine service, free wireless Internet, free local calls, and free long-distance calls in North America
  • Many guests complimented the staff for their friendly and helpful service
  • A few reviewers complimented the views from their guest rooms
  • Many guests found this hotel conveniently located for accessing downtown attractions on foot
  • Many reviewers described their rooms as clean and their beds as comfortable
Cons
  • Wi-Fi costs $9.95 or $12.95 per 24 hours
  • Self-parking costs $29 and valet parking costs $35 per night
  • A couple of guests were disturbed by noise in their rooms
  • Many guests were displeased with the extra fees charged
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Book from ~$61 CAD
Edmonton hotel next to Northlands Ice Coliseum with restaurant, bar and free parking
Location
Located on site at the Northlands Complex, the Coliseum Inn is less than a 2-minute walk from Rexall Place.
Money-saving
Concert and Oilers packages are available for purchase through the hotel and include the price of your ticket and room in one.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi and free parking
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean
  • Many reviewers found the location convenient for accessing Rexall Place on foot
  • Several guests thought that the staff were friendly and helpful
  • Several reviewers thought that their rooms were well-appointed
  • Several guests thought that the room rates were reasonable
Cons
  • Several guests were disturbed in their rooms by noise from the on-site bar
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Older northeast Edmonton motel with cheaper rates and free breakfast but mixed reviews
Location
Located on the main street, 118 Ave NW, the Eastglen Inn is a 5-minute walk or 2-minute drive from Rexall Place. 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, breakfast, parking, local calls, newspapers
  • Some found updated and clean rooms
  • Location was convenient to Northlands Coliseum and Expo Centre
  • Staff were friendly and accommodating
Cons
  • Several guests complained of not being given the room pre-booked
  • Some complained of poor cleaning, bad odours and amenities not working
  • No working AC in rooms said guests
  • Old TVs and no coffeemakers in rooms
  • Wi-Fi had poor ratings
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Accommodating and pet-friendly north Edmonton hotel with restaurant and jacuzzi suites
Location
North of the city on a major thoroughfare, 97 St NW, is Rosslyn Inn & Suites. Rexall Place is an 8-minute drive away.
Getting Around: Public Transit
Getting to Rexall Place from the hotel will take guests an approximate 30 minutes in travel time. Bus #16 stops about a 3-minute walk away, and then travellers will need to connect to bus #8 at 118 Street to get to the stadium.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, parking, newspapers
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and quiet
  • Many reviewers found their beds to be comfortable
  • Several guests said that they would recommend this hotel to others
  • Several reviewers complimented the food quality and service at the on-site restaurant
Cons
  • A few guests described unpleasant odours in their rooms
  • A few reviewers complained about a lack of hot water in their rooms
  • The older section of the hotel has dated rooms and old TVs
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Book from ~$57 CAD
Clean but dated east Edmonton hotel with restaurant, bar-casino and mixed reviews
Location
Located in a commercial / industrial area, this Travelodge is an approximate 8-minute drive from the stadium. 
Getting Around: Public Transit
Bus #8 can be found at the doorstep of this hotel, getting you to Rexall Place in approximately 14 minutes.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, breakfast, parking, local calls, newspapers
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean
  • Several reviewers thought that the room rate was reasonable
  • Several guests found the location convenient for accessing major highways
Cons
  • Several reviewers thought that the hotel was in need of upgrades
  • Some guests complained about smelling cigarette smoke in their non-smoking rooms
  • A few reviewers were disturbed in their rooms by noise
  • Some reviewers described feeling unsafe in the area immediately surrounding the hotel

Tips For Staying Near Rogers Place

Location
Rogers Place is Edmonton's new multi-use arena, replacing Northlands Coliseum as the home of the NHL's Edmonton Oilers. It is located downtown in the newly named Ice District and opened in September 2016.
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Getting Around
The Yellowhead Trail Highway, the northern leg of the Trans-Canada Highway can be reached in a 15-minute drive. The Edmonton International Airport (YEG) is an approximate 36-minute drive away.
 
The 
stadium is easily accessible by public transit. The MacEwan Station LRT is a 4-minute walk from the stadium and the bus stop is only a 1-minute walk. Cash fare is $3.25 per ride, or a day pass can be purchased for one adult and up to four children under the age of 12 at a cost of $9.50. Edmonton transit also sells tickets online and a booklet of 10 tickets offers a saving of $7.75. Route planning and maps can be found on the Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) website.

Edmonton, as in most major cities, is safe during the day. At nightfall, being cautious when walking anywhere in the city is recommended. There are many taxi companies serving the city area and after any sporting event or concert, taxi's can be found surrounding the Rogers Place.
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Parking
Parking Panda offers 100% guaranteed online parking reservations for Rogers Place in surrounding lots and parkades, and shows real-time parking availability. Your parking pass can be printed at home or otherwise presented from your smartphone upon entry.
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Dining
Of the many concession stands throughout Rogers Place, options include pizza, hot dogs, veggie and regular burgers, chicken tenders, smoke brisket sandwiches and ethnic dishes.

Fans will find concessions or prepared food on the Main Concourse, Upper Concourse, the PCL Loge Level and on the Mezzanine Club Level. The Curve Restaurant offers dining for ticket holders and by reservation only.

Molson Canadian Hockey House is located inside Ford Hall and offers a place to watch the game while enjoying casual dining. It opens 3 hours prior to the game and closes 2 hours after, giving fans plenty of time to visit with friends. Best of all, it is open to non-ticket holders.
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Entertainment
Rogers Place is home to the Edmonton Oilers and also hosts concerts and ice shows yearly. A schedule of events is available on the Rogers Place website.
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Other Tips
Smoking is not allowed inside and guests are not allowed to exit and re-enter the stadium during events. Guests are allowed to take non-flash, still photography but recording videos is not permitted.

The venue also prohibits certain items including outside food and beverages, selfie sticks, large bags and backpacks of any shape or size, seat cushions, roller blades and inappropriate attire. To read more about the arena's rules, or for more information visit their website.
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