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Where to stay in Edmonton

There are 331 vacation rentals available in Edmonton, and we’re confident you’ll find a property that fits your budget for your next getaway. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of homes from leading travel companies like Vrbo, HomeAway,, and many more. Affordable vacation rentals in Edmonton start at a nightly rate of $39, with 20% of properties priced under $58 per night. Whether you’re travelling on your own, spending quality time with your significant other, or planning a trip for a group of 8 family members or friends, we can match you with a rental in Edmonton that meets your needs. Plus, staying in Edmonton will give you close access to popular local attractions like Wolf Willow Stairs and 100 Street Funicular. Finding your dream vacation rental at a reasonable price has never been this easy! Start planning the trip you’ve been itching to go on with VacationRenter.

Where Is Edmonton, Canada?

Standing as the capital city of the Canadian province of Alberta and North America’s northernmost city, the city of Edmonton lies as peaceful as can be with a modern population of one million. Located on the North Saskatchewan River, this city also has an urban appearance as the center of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region and is surrounded by Alberta’s Central Region. Edmonton is the largest city within Alberta and is the fifth largest municipality within Canada. As a cultural, governmental, and educational hub, Edmonton provides all the best that Canada has to offer within a tiny, neat and lovely package.

What Is Edmonton Known For?

Widely known as Canada’s Festival City, Edmonton plays host to several festivals year-round, including North America’s oldest and largest summer Fringe Festival and the world-famous Edmonton Folk Music Festival. The capital city of Alberta provides much to do and see, including providing Canada’s largest living history museum, Canada’s largest historical park, and North America’s largest mall. Catch the culture bug and have a look at the many things Edmonton has to offer, no matter the weather and no matter the mood.

A Quick Guide Around Edmonton

  • West Edmonton Mall: Partake in a bit of retail therapy at North America’s largest mall. Spanning over 490,000 meters, with over 800 stores and services, you could literally get lost in this shopping center. With over 32 million annual visitors, there are plenty of amenities and attractions to experience other than the stores, including restaurants, cafes, theme parks, a water park, a miniature golf course, four movie theatre complexes, an entertainment center, and an indoor skating rink!

  • Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village: Odd as it may seem, Edmonton is in fact, home to a huge Ukrainian population. This open-air museum is a provincial historic site that serves a slice of the history and culture of the Slavic motherland. With over 30 historic buildings, gardens, and monuments, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village paints a vivid picture of the lives and times of the original settlers between 1899 and 1930. With traditional costumes on show and carrying out old-fashioned activities such as tending gardens and baking bread, the workers within the village contribute to creating detailed, realistic, and educational scenes.

  • Fort Edmonton Park: Visit the largest living history museum in Canada in the form of Fort Edmonton. With historical structures that transport you back to the early days of Edmonton, and costumed historical interpreters, Fort Edmonton Park takes you on a journey through the history of the city, from the times of post-horse indigenous people to the end of the First World War. Interactive and informative, Fort Edmonton Park is a perfect place to have fun and learn something you didn’t know before.

Popular Destinations Near Edmonton

  • Elk Island National Park: Located 40 minutes away, Elk Island National Park provides a sanctuary, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Different from Banff and Jasper National Parks, which are normally full of tourists, Elk Island provides less crowds and just as much beauty! Whether you hike or bike, a trip to Elk Island is unmissable.

  • North Saskatchewan River: Is there any better way to spend a nice, warm summer day floating down the river, taking in the stunning Canadian scenery? Rent a canoe, jump off from Devon or Genesee, soak in the idyllic scenes and have the time of your life!

Best Neighborhoods in Edmonton

  • Strathcona: It may be over 100 years old, but the neighborhood of Strathcona has managed to keep up with the times! Known for its hustling and bustling farmers’ market that holds an ever present place throughout the entire year, Stratchona has regularly taken the number one spot as the best neighborhood in Edmonton. With an abundance of trendy shops, diverse restaurants, funky bars, and vibrant nightlife, the streets of this historic district are paved with a good time.

  • Oliver: For over 100 years, the neighborhood of Oliver was the most heavily populated neighborhood in the city and has continued to be so. Thanks to its diversity, classic and historic homes, close proximity to the downtown areas, gorgeous view of the river valley, and an expansive list of retail and leisure activities, Oliver still retains its popularity.

Home-types in Edmonton

Edmonton has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Edmonton: