Address10640 100 Avenue Northwest EdmontonSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
One of a triumvirate of Edmonton boutique hotels, the Matrix claims to serve the 'sophisticated traveler,' and largely succeeds, with cool minimalist architecture punctuated with woody color accents and plenty of handy modern gadgets. In keeping with its boutique image, there's free wine and cheese every evening at 5:30pm.
Our independent authors have visited Matrix Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Edmonton.
Description provided by property
This modern Edmonton, Alberta hotel features on-site dining, a fitness centre and a flat-screen satellite TV in every room. Conveniently located, it is just a 4-minute walk from Corona city railway station.
Matrix Hotel serves a continental breakfast and offers evening wine and cheese tastings. Guests can enjoy fine dining at Wildflower Grill and cocktails at MZ Lounge. Starbucks is also on site.
A minibar, MP3-compatible CD player and free Wi-Fi are provided in the spacious, modern rooms at Hotel Matrix. There is also a granite work desk and a seating area.
Citadel Theatre and the Art Gallery of Alberta are 1 km from this hotel. Edmonton City Centre Airport is a 9-minute drive away.
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card is required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
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