We stayed 3 nights, starting on July 29th, the stay was enjoyable, the park was great, I have already shared all of our positive experiences with friends, the only down side was the air conditioner had quit working the second night so on our way out for the day we informed the desk of this, we returned around 10 pm that night to find our room very hot, nor had the room been made up, It took awhile to get moved to another room but were settled in by midnight, I am sure we disturbed the other guests on our late night move to another room, but the night auditor and lady working at the desk tried very hard to make things, work, even though we had to prop open the door to the new room for the move as they couldn't get the card keys to work, we survived.
Thank you to all for our 3 days away
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Selkirk is located in Fort Edmonton Park and is a reconstruction of an 1920's hotel that was originally located on Jasper Avenue. Hotel Selkirk plays a vital part of the Park and is a fully functioning modern hotel with guest rooms available from May 20th - September 2012. All guest rooms have WiFi, En-Suite, desk, coffee machine and some rooms overlooking the 1920's streets.A complimentary admission to Fort Edmonton Park is included with your night's accommodation. You can go back in time and ride the stream train, walk amongst the local villagers making bannock, sample fresh baked goods and fudge at the Jasper House Bakery, from only a few steps from your hotel room. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Selkirk Hotel Edmonton