If you’re a foodie: Union Bank Inn

Be close to the action at the Union Bank Inn. This boutique hotel inside a former bank features newly renovated guest rooms and the on-site Madison’s Grill. Hotel guests are a quick stroll from the restaurants and specialty food shops of the 4th Street Promenade, including Jacek Chocolate Couture and Credo Coffee.


If you’re a culture-lover: Fairmont Hotel Macdonald

Few buildings in the city are as iconic as the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, which has overlooked the North Saskatchewan River since 1915. Built in a Chateau style and faced with Indiana limestone, “The Mac” is a 10-minute walk to the Arts District, and features two on-site restaurants and a lush public garden.


If you’re on a budget: Crash Hotel

Located downtown besides Rogers Place arena, Crash Hotel is a unique experience in the city. The themed rooms offer a variety of accommodations and various price points, including standard rooms, hostel-style options and the Party Bunk Room, where you can share a classic bunk bed with a buddy.


If you’re with your family: Matrix Hotel

The Matrix Hotel’s comfortable rooms mean there is plenty of space for the family— plus, there’s loads of shopping, restaurants and attractions within walking distance. Free breakfast, nightly wine tastings and complimentary Wi-Fi will keep everyone entertained.