HI-Edmonton is a great urban hostel located in the lively and historic Old Strathcona neighbourhood.
The hostel is just off Whyte Avenue, the coolest strip for shopping, pubbing and clubbing, live music, theatre and all your entertainment needs.
Rates quoted are for Hostelling International members. If you are not a member, a surcharge of 10% per person per night will be due upon arrival at the hostel.
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- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Bicycle hire
- Bicycle parking
- Cable TV
- Card phones
- Common Room
- Fax Service
- Free Parking
- Games Room
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Jobs Board
- Key Card Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Mini Supermarket
- Outdoor Terrace
- Pool Table
- Swimming Pool
- Tours Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Take the Sky Shuttle. The driver will drop you at the hostel front door! (about $18/one-way or $30/return).
Or: Take an ETS bus to Century Park Transit Centre; then take the LRT to the U. of A. stop; then take the #7 bus, which will drop you off on the corner of Whyte Ave. and 107 St.; then walk one block south, we're on the corner of 81 Ave and 107 St.
Fare: $5 one way; no transfer to regular ETS service.
Walk east to 101 Street, catch the #9 Southgate or the #7 Belgravia bus southbound. Get off at 82 Avenue and 109 Street. Hostel is 2 blocks east and 1 block south.
**If you don't mind taking a cab from the Greyhound Station, it should be known that it is usually better to be dropped off at the Southside Station as it is closer to the hostel.
Walk south for 4 blocks to Kingsway Avenue and take #12 Kingsway bus to Kingsway Mall. Take #9 Southgate bus. Get off at 82 (Whyte) Avenue and 109 Street. Hostel is 2 blocks east and 1 block south.
The University of Alberta, the RiverValley hiking and biking trails, tonnes of shops, pubs, restaurants, and all kinds of entertainment venues and theatres.