Best Western Cedar Park Inn
5116 Gateway Boulevard, Edmonton, AB T6H 2H4
Phone: 780/434-7411 | Fax: 780/437-4836 | 195 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 4:00 PM | Online Reservations
The West Edmonton Mall, Whyte Avenue and University of Alberta are all just a short drive away from our spacious newly renovated hotel.
Whether guests need easy access to the Government of Alberta or the Edmonton International Airport, this Edmonton hotel has everything necessary for a memorable stay. A convenient South Edmonton location, indoor saltwater pool, free parking and free Internet make guests feel right at home.
The annual Fringe Festival draws a large crowd. The West Edmonton Mall is a shopper’s paradise, and a game of Edmonton Oilers hockey at Rexall Place is the hot spot for family-friendly entertainment.
Top local attractions include the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Southgate Mall, South Edmonton Common, Shaw Conference Centre and the Edmonton EXPO Centre. Many guests are in town to visit Commonwealth Stadium, Winspear Centre, the Royal Provincial Museum or TELUS World of Science. A trip to Fort Edmonton Park, Muttart Conservatory or the Edmonton Folk Festival is guaranteed to be the icing on your trip.
Reserve a room at the Best Western Cedar Park Inn and enjoy the perks only a trusted brand can provide!
Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel, including all public areas
- Restaurant on-site
- Cocktail lounge with Video Lottery Terminals
- Exercise facility, 24-hour
- Weight lifting
- Stair stepper
- Indoor pool Heated
- Multilingual staff
- Executive/club floors/VIP services
- Safe deposit box
- 24-hour front desk
- Cold weather hook-ups
- Free parking 24-hours
- Parking for the physically challenged 24-hours
- Meeting facilities, 4 meeting rooms
- Outdoor parking 24-hours
- Truck/RV parking 24-hours
- Valet parking
- Banquet facilities
- Conference services
- Audio/visual equipment
- Photocopy services
- Fax services available for nominal fee
- Business center
- Interior corridor
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- Cable or satellite television
- Free high-speed wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Mail services
- Conference facilities, boardroom on-site
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Ice/vending machines
- Family suites
- Safe deposit box
- 24-hour security
- Movie rental
- Storage space, free
Best Western Cedar Park Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western cedar park inn in Edmonton, Alberta is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 53.488335 / Latitude: -113.493365
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: The North. Take Highway 16 (Yellowhead) and head east to Wayne Gretzky Drive, which turns into 75th Street, follow to Roper Road West, which turns into 51st Avenue. The Best Western Cedar Park Inn is on north side of the road.
From: The South. Follow Highway #2, which turns into Gateway Boulevard, and turn left at 51st Avenue.
From: The East. Take Highway 16 (Yellowhead) to Highway 14, then to Whitemud West and Gateway Boulevard north to 51st Avenue, we are on the west side.
From: The West. Take Highway 16 to Anthony Henday Drive then to Whitemud East. Follow Whitemud until the sign for Gateway Boulevard and go to 51st Avenue. We are on the west side.
Best Western Cedar Park Inn
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Built in 1954, the Crestwood Curling Club is located on Edmonton’s west end. The club features six sheets of ice and has been updated to accommodate its members multiple times. The Jamison Lounge, located within Crestwood, is a popular and convenient spot for members to socialize off the ice. The Lounge is available for group and corporate rentals in addition to the Club.
Crestwood Curling Club offers many leagues for a variety of ages and skill levels, including children. Bonspiels are held onsite for members to join in the fun of increased competition. For those looking to increase their skill level, Crestwood offers clinics and instruction as well. If you are looking for a place to curl in northern Alberta, Crestwood Curling Club is the perfect place.
Creating the largest urban park in Canada, The Edmonton River Valley Parks are a system of city parks along the North Saskatchewan River, winding through Edmonton, Alberta. The River Valley's 20 major parks cover over 160 kilometers and include Hermitage Park, Emily Murphy Park and William Hawrelak Park, all with varying terrain and amenities. William Hawrelak Park features Heritage Amphitheatre – known for hosting events like Edmonton Symphony Orchestra's Symphony Under the Sky Festival.
Summertime visitors to the parks utilize numerous golf courses, like Riverside Golf Course and Victoria Golf Course, as well as paved and unpaved hiking trails and walking trails. During Edmonton's long winters, the parks become a popular cross-country skiing destination and William Hawrelak Park fills with ice skaters.
Enrich your cultural experience while visiting downtown Edmonton. Attend a musical performance by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. This mainstay in the Edmonton community, has provided high quality symphony performances for over sixty years. Since 1997, the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra has preformed in the Francis Winspear Centre for Music, reminiscent of a 19th century concert hall.
On average, the symphony performs more than eighty-five concerts each year, featuring a wide variety of musical genres. The members of the symphony also perform for the Alberta Ballet and Edmonton Opera. As many as 30,000 students across northern Alberta, enjoy educational concert performances each year at the centre.
Alberta's original and only organic fruit cottage winery, en Santé Winery is near Lac Santé and Lac Brosseau, northeast of Edmonton. Founded by the Chrapko family, the winery specializes in saskatoon berry, raspberry, apple, rhubarb, wild cherry, and honey wines. It's a premier wine-destination in northern Alberta.
Group tours of the winery are available and include an up-close look at the orchard, demonstrations of grafting techniques, and even pottery demonstrations. en Santé was announced as "Winner of Best of Best Practices Renewal" by AgChoices in 2007 and Victor and Elizabeth Chrapko were named "Outstanding Organic Farmers of the Year" by the Organic Crop Improvement Association.
Visit Edmonton soon and head for Gallagher Park. This charming park is located near the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton. If in Edmonton in August, be sure to visit Gallagher Park during the four-day Edmonton Folk Music Festival. Music fans love spending time in the park, while listening to bluegrass, folk, blues, gospel and Celtic music, performed on six stages.
Partake in all-season fun at the park. Whether relaxing, hiking or cross-country skiing, the park is the perfect venue to enjoy spending time outdoors. While in Northern Alberta, make the most of your time by exploring, seeing, and doing as much as you can – Gallagher Park is an ideal place to start.
A member of the Northeast Edmonton Agriculture Producers, Horse Hill Berry Farm serves as a rural respite bestridden against the North Saskatchewan River, minutes northeast from the center of Edmonton, in northern Alberta.
Family owned and operated, Horse Hill Berry Farm specializes in "U-Pick" raspberries, inviting summer visitors to roam eight acres of land – pick from raspberry bushes lined in neat, grassed rows. Enjoy some time out and about in nature with a visit to Horse Hill Berry Farm – ideal for wine lovers visiting Edmonton.
Canada's oldest nature center, John Janzen Nature Centre is located in the River Valley of Edmonton. For 34 years, the center has provided educational interactive exhibits and educational opportunities for those ready to explore their natural surroundings. Enjoy learning about the animals and natural habitats, at the Tegler Discovery Zone and Prairie Pond. Stroll along the interpretive trails and learn more about the natural spaces of northern Alberta.
Children love attending the school programs, camps and courses offered at the Nature Centre. Celebrate a special occasion or birthday at the centre, for a wild time. The Natural Treasure Program, an outdoor scavenger hunt, is a fun way for kids to learn about nature.
Visit Edmonton soon and see some history. Old Strathcona is a wonderful historical area in Edmonton. Northern Alberta visitors have enjoyed the variety of services in Old Strathona, for more than 100 years. The Old Strathcona Foundation was formed in the 1970s when Edmonton citizens joined together to save many of the old buildings from being demolished.
Stroll through Old Strathcona to enjoy shopping, listening to live music, sipping your favorite coffee along the street or satisfying your appetite in one of the many restaurants. The Edmonton Pass is a perfect way to see all of the local sights, including selected events at Old Strathcona, at a discount price. Enjoy a wonderful night's rest before continuing your journey.
A multi-use venue, the Rexall Place is the official home of the Edmonton Oilers of the NHL, the Edmonton Rush of the National Lacrosse League, and the Oil Rush of the Western Hockey League.
The arena opened in 1974, making it one of the older arenas in the National Hockey League. The renovations throughout the years has kept it current.
The legendary Wayne Gretzky, the "greatest hockey player ever," played for the Oilers in the Rexall Place from 1979 through 1988.
The Oilers won four Stanley Cups, while Gretzky was on the team. Visit the arena to see the statute outside of Gretzky holding the Stanley Cup, a premier attraction in northern Alberta.
Established in 1998, the South Edmonton Common is located in southern Edmonton in northern Alberta. An open-air retail complex covering over 320 acres – and containing more than 2.3 million square feet of retail space – SEC is one of the largest shopping centers of its kind in North America.
The South Edmonton Common featuring over 100 stores containing everything from fashion to electronics, sporting goods, home and office needs, and health. Restaurants, banks, bars, and more are also found onsite.
Built on the bank of the North Saskatchewan River, Sunridge Ski Area is a snowy getaway at the northeastern edge of Edmonton, Alberta. Just across the river from Rundle Park, the ski area is accessible from 17th Street, at the entrance of the Strathcona Science Park.
Sunridge Ski Area gives skiers of all skill levels their choice of 12 runs, varying in difficulty from beginner couses to Black Diamond trails – known for steep grades of 40% or more. Less experienced skiers can receive lessons from Sunridge instructors on both skiing and snowboarding, while parents with younger children can hit the powder on snow tubes.
University of Alberta campus
Established in 1908, the University of Alberta is known to be one of Canada's premier universities. Located in downtown Edmonton, the university encompasses 50 city blocks in more than 90 buildings with a population of over 38,000 students. In total, there are four campuses in Edmonton, one if Calgary and one in Italy.
Students attend this public research university to pursue an undergraduate or post-graduate degree with a choice in eighteen faculties and two colleges.
The Faculty of Arts, Alberta School of Business, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Law are just a few available on campus. Make the most of your next visit to northern Alberta.
North America’s largest shopping mall, the West Edmonton Mall – or WEM – is located in northern Alberta in western Edmonton. Also the 10th largest mall in the world, the three-story WEM covers nearly 500,000-square-metres, and features more than 800 stores.
Drawing nearly 30 million annual shoppers, WEM also features family-friendly attractions like Galaxyland, World Waterpark, Sea Life Caverns, and the NHL-regulation Ice Palace.
WEM even includes mini-golf, blowing, pool, arcades, movie theatres, and restaurants – plus themed neighborhoods within the mall like Europa Boulevard, Chinatown, and Bourbon Street.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 3.00 kilometer(s) from Old Strathcona District
- 4.00 kilometer(s) from Fort Edmonton Park
- 7.00 kilometer(s) from Muttart Conservatory
- 8.00 kilometer(s) from Edmonton Space and Science Center
- 14.00 kilometer(s) from Provincial Museum of Alberta
- 30.00 kilometer(s) from Elk Island National Park
- 35.00 kilometer(s) from Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
- 16.00 kilometer(s) from West Edmonton Mall
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Southgate Shopping Center and Golf Dome
- 8.00 kilometer(s) from Millwoods Golf Course
- Choose from a wide selection of restaurants near this Edmonton, Alberta hotel.
- Season's Lounge, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, fireplace and Video Lotto Terminals, serving pub food, 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday
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