BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn
4103 56th Street, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 1V2
Phone: 780/312-7300 | Fax: 780/312-7302 | 28 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM | Check In: 4:00 PM | Online Reservations
Located in the historic town of Wetaskiwin, the BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn combines small-town comfort with modern-day amenities. Whether your travels are for business or leisure, you're sure to find just what you need at this Wetaskiwin hotel.
You'll find plenty to keep you busy during your stay in Wetaskiwin. History buffs can pass hours on end at one of the town's many museums. Learn about the "Spirit of the Machine" at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum. Within walking distance from the BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn, this museum contains thousands of aviation, transportation and agricultural artifacts. Other local attractions include Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame, the Wetaskiwin & District Museum and the Alberta Central Railway Museum.
Wetaskiwin offers plenty of ways to take in the great outdoors - from walking paths through historic downtown to scenic golf courses. It's only a short drive to Pigeon Lake's Ma Me O Beach, a popular summer escape. And each year, country music fans flock to the Big Valley Jamboree, which draws some of country's biggest names.
Centrally located between Edmonton and Red Deer, this Alberta hotel offers modern convention and banquet services that can be customized for a group of three to 300 in one of several meeting rooms. Our professional staff will cater to your group's every need.
Our on-site restaurant, O'Brian's, offers casual family dining in a relaxed atmosphere. Barney's, the BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn's pub, let's guests kick back at the end of the day with upscale pub fare, video gaming machines, off-track betting and keno.
The BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn is one of the most accessible hotels in Wetaskiwin, conveniently located on Highway 2A, Wetaskiwin's Auto Mile. Other conveniences include an on-site exercise room, free wireless Internet and a business center. We are also among Wetaskiwin's pet-friendly hotels!
Book your stay at the BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn today and discover all that this Wetaskiwin hotel has to offer! Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Bar on-site Barney's Pub and Grill offers an unique upscale pub menu, cool drinks and a great atmosphere.
- Coffee shop O'Brians Restaurant. Full Service, Steak House, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, O'Brian's Restaurant offers casual dining in a relaxing atmosphere. Whether you are looking for a satisfying breakfast, a great steak or sampling our buffet.
- 24-hour front desk
- Exercise facility
- Universal gym
- Game room, video gaming machines
- Safe deposit box
- Ice/vending machines
- Children's activities
- Cold weather hook-ups
- Truck/RV parking
- Free parking
- Meeting facilities
- Banquet facilities
- Fax services
- Photocopy services
- Conference services
- Interior corridor
- Free wireless Internet available in public areas; free in-room wireless Internet access; free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms.
- Conference facilities
- Complimentary newspaper
BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western wayside inn in Wetaskiwin, 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: 52.962035 / Latitude: -113.389795
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Edmonton. Take Highway 2 south to the Highway 2A turn off on the outskirts of Leduc. Proceed approximately 30 minutes south. The BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn is located on the left side of the highway with in the city limits of Wetaskiwin.
From: Red Deer. Take Highway 2 north to the Highway 2A turnoff. Proceed north approximately 30 minutes. The BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn is located on the right side of the highway with in the city limits of Wetaskiwin.
From: Camrose. Take Highway 13 west to the Highway 2A turnoff. Proceed left (south) appoximately three kilometers. The BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn is on the left side of the highway with in the city limits of Wetaskiwin.
From: Ma Me O Beach. Take Highway 13 east to the Highway 2A turnoff. Proceed left (north) approximately two blocks. The BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn is located on the right side of the highway with in the city limits of Wetaskiwin.
BEST WESTERN Wayside 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
A four-day music festival, the Big Valley Jamboree has been thrilling music fans in Camrose since 1993. Music lovers from around the world have flocked to the Big Valley Jamboree to hear their favorite country music artists perform on stage. The Jamboree was voted the Country Music Event of the Year throughout the years by the Canadian Country Music Association.
Plan to attend this incredible event, not only to hear the biggest country music stars sing, but for the tradeshow, fun in the casino and the songwriters workshop. Grab your pen and paper and hang out in the autograph tent to meet your favorite performer in person. There's plenty to do in this 400-acre mini village. Make the most of your time in northern Alberta.
Covering 251 acres, the Edmonton International Raceway is located in northern Alberta in Wetaskiwin – a suburb of Edmonton. Formerly Speedway Park, the raceway features Test Drive & Race School Certificates, and is ideal for birthdays and corporate events.
Amateur racers can try the Osman Auction Nascar Feature Stocks, and the Osman Auction Future Stocks for kids. Other races include the Lanko Glass Hit To Pass, Nascar Modifieds, Evolution Racing Mini Cups, and Nascar Thunder Cars.
Ready for some Alberta history? Check out the Reynolds-Alberta Museum, located in Wetaskiwin. It features an expansive collection of aviation, transportation and agricultural artifacts since opening in 1992. Visit the museum to see the wonderful collection of automobiles, aircraft, motorcycles, bicycles and tractors. Enjoy a day touring this wonderful northern Alberta museum and grounds.
Stroll through the Aviation Display Hangar, browse the Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame, the "Highway Through Time" and view the world's oldest dragline, a 1917 Bucyrus Class-24 dragline. Take your time in the main building's Exhibition Gallery and view the 100 large artifacts on display. The 1920s grain elevator is a must-see.
Learn about area settlers with a visit to the the Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum. It preserves the heritage of the Wetaskiwin area. Visit the museum to learn about the rich history of the area's settlers, their lifestyles and businesses. The Fur Farming, Vintage Shoes and Period Hats are a few of the exhibits on display at the museum.
During the school year, elementary students enjoy the museum's Children's Legacy Center, with hands-on, learning activities. They learn to make butter, wash clothes with a scrub board, shop in the vintage store and visit the one-room schoolhouse. Enjoy your time in northern Alberta with a tour of the Wetaskiwin & District Heritage Museum.
More Area Attractions & Services
BEST WESTERN Wayside Inn
Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Wetaskiwin. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
24th Annual Big Valley Jamboree
One of the Alberta's biggest country music festivals is back, set to feature headliners like Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, and more TBA. The festival is held in the town of Camrose – just a short drive from Edmonton.
2016 Edmonton International Street Performers Festival
A unique festival to say the least, this annual event is sure entertain and delight, as a collection of puppeteers, artists, and other eclectic performers take to the streets of Edmonton for over a week.
2016 Grand Prairie International Street Performers Festival
For three days, Grand Prairie hosts a free downtown get together, featuring tons of the region's greatest street performers. Play your trip today.
Alberta communities continue to celebrate street performance and ecclectic arts, this time in Red Deer. CentreFest features everything from contortionists to jugglers to comedians at Red Deer City Hall Park. Start times are TBA.
2016 Kaleido Family Arts Festival
Alberta celebrates ecclectic family-fun this summer, as the Alberta Avenue Arts District fills with unique performances, displays, and more.
2016 Sonic Boom
An alternative music festival held in beautiful outdoor Edmonton. Grab your tickets today.
2016 Edmonton Comedy Festival
Get your 'lol' on across six different Edmonton venues for several days this fall. Start times and comedians vary by day and venue. Check the schedule and plan your trip today.
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