Edmonton is the capital city of the province of Alberta. As such we have an international airport with flights coming in from all over North America. There are plenty of flights coming into Edmonton daily.
The conference is going to take place in the University of Alberta Fine Arts building Here
Transit from the airport is limited. But there is a shuttle that goes to the University very regularly. This is the ONLY affordable way to travel from the airport to the university and your accomodations. Taking a cab is about $50 each way to the university. The Sky Shuttle information is Here
- Basic room from $124.99/night (must be able to show you are a U of A student at check in). Rate includes continental breakfast, parking and Internet access.
- Hotel requires credit card at check in
- Staffed 24 hours
- Basic rooms starting at approximately $99/night
- Rates vary depending on the time of year
- Walking distance to LRT station
- Rate includes continental breakfast, parking and free WiFi access
- Daily dormitory accommodation (8 beds per unit) starting at:
- April 1 – May 31: $27 for members, $29.70 for non-members
- June 1 – Sept 30: $30 for members, $33 for non-members
- 20 minute walk or 10 minute bus ride from campus
- Rate varies depending on time of year
- See HI hostels across Alberta (above)
Phone (780) 421–9622
- Dorm-style rooms: $30/day (no co-ed dorms)
- Single rooms available per day or per week at varying rates
- Accommodation is available for men and women on separate floors. $10 deposit for key is required. Rooms are available on a first–come, first–served basis (cannot be reserved in advance but can be put on hold for up to two hours). Residents have access to a common room, swimming pool and a cafeteria.
- Women’s accommodations are on a secured floor
- Close to Churchill LRT station, 10 min. to campus
- 8 bed dorm from $25 per night
- 6 bed dorm from $27 per night
- 4 bed dorm from $29 per night
- Reservations recommended from May to September
- All dorm rooms have individual lockers for each occupant that are designed to hold large backpacks. You just have to bring your own lock.