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Nuestro distrito ha como excelencia ser lo estado das artes. Con comodiades para reuniones, lo Fairmont Hotel Macdonald ofrece uno cena espectacular con lo sabor canadense. Jardines explendidos y totalmenet equipoado con uno club de saludes y academia. Cada cuarto es equipado con las suites de boato, para su conforto total. Lo Fairmont Hotel Macdonald ofrece Internet de Alta Velocidad Access la todos los alojes eviajantes la negocios.
Servicios del Fairmont Hotel Macdonald
Servicios del HotelEstacionamiento, Restaurante, Acceso Minusválidos, Admite Mascotas, Business Center
Recreación y esparcimientoGimnasio, Sauna, Health Center, Piscina Cubierta
AdicionalesServicio de Lavandería, Guardería Infantil, Tiendas
Condiciones de Compra del Fairmont Hotel Macdonald
Horario de entrada15:00 hs
Horario de salida12:00 hs
CondicionesAlgunas restricciones aplican, ver detalle en la página de pago.
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- Servicios 9.3
- Edificio 7.5
- Ubicación 8.8
- Limpieza 9.1
- Precio/calidad 6.7
Thought we would treat ourselves for our 40th Wedding Anniversary and spend the night at The Hotel MacDonald. Parking expensive. Small room overlooking tall buildings, construction, and very noisy. We could hear the people in the next room loud and clear. The room was clean, but my Husband, who is a custodian, said the vent in the bathroom looked like it hadn't been cleaned in years!! Nice big bed...... but too soft for us and we both woke with back ache ! On the plus we went for drinks before dinner and our server was excellent, very knowledgeable and efficient. Two glasses of wine and two glasses of beer a cool $55.00 !!!!!!!!!!! We tried it, been there, done that, will not be going back !
The Fairmont Macdonald in Edmonton is a classic hotel from the former CP family of grand hotels. I've been around long enough to recall the era of the hotel's restoration and reopening, it has the classic styling and charm of a bygone era, but provides contemporary comfort. The service was excellent and boasts the friendliest concierge in Canada - see photo! I was in Edmonton attending a business conference, the MacDonald was the official host hotel. My room was clean and well maintained, the bed and linens very good quality. The hotel has a very good food service, except for a couple of outings with friends, my meals were catered by the hotel. The hotel's wine selection is very good along with a very appealing menu. The view of the River Valley from the patio and gardens was beautiful, the weather couldn't have been better during my stay. Parking was rather pricey and not so convenient; I avoided the valet parking but it is a good option, especially at night. Unfortunately, the immediate neighbourhood has become a little seedy and there is construction everywhere. Nonetheless, the location is central to the business district and city hall and close to theatres/library, etc. The Macdonald used to have a lovely gift store, but that doesn't exist anymore. Instead, the "health club" maintains a small selection of magazines, personal products, snacks and beverages, but when I stopped in there was no one about to serve me. I found it easier to walk a few blocks to a Shoppers Drug to pick-up what I needed. There is a lot to recommend the Macdonald and I will definitely book again.
Back in the days when most travel was done by iron horse a rivalry sprang up between Canadian Pacific Railway and the forerunner to the CNR, the Grand Trunk Railway to see which company could build the largest and most architecturally beautiful hotels to serve their customers. CPR gave us Banff Springs, Chateau Frontenac, The Empress and the Royal York among others and GTR responded with Chateau Laurier, the Fort Garry in Winnipeg and the MacDonald in Edmonton. The iconic Chateau style hotels are a legacy to Canadians and everyone of us should aspire to spend at least one night in each of them. Most are now owned and operated by Canada's luxury Fairmont brand which is a successor to CP hotels. They are never the cheapest choices in town, but almost always worth the splurge. On a recent visit to Edmonton to see our son, his wife and grandkids who are refugees from Nova Scotia's dismal economy, we had an opportunity to stay at the Hotel MacDonald. In retrospect I cannot think of any other place in the city that could provide a comparable experience. The hotel occupies a commanding position high above the banks of the North Saskatchewan River whose waters are still aqua from melting mountain snows in the Rockies. The view is amazing - hardly any other tall buildings or condos, just the river and the parkland surrounding it. The pyramidal shapes of the Alberta Conservatory protrude from grassland on the other side of the river. At night gas flares from the distant refineries add a surrealistic effect to the view. The bottom line is - don't even think of not paying for a riverfront room. The raison d'etre of the Hotel MacDonald is its view. The view of the hotel from the riverbanks below is equally impressive. Within minutes of leaving the hotel you can be on the banks of the river and on a trail system that can be walked or biked for miles. Crossing the bridge just below the hotel takes you to a trail along the river with excellent views of the Edmonton skyline and the hotel. As with all the chateau style hotels, there is an infinite variety of room configurations from small to over the top capacious. Our room was on the smaller side, but with a king bed and great mattress. At night it was dead quiet making for a very restful sleep. Some unexpected extras were a microwave and a kettle with a variety of teas. Usually you just get the coffee maker and minibar. The only reason I don't give the MacDonald a top rating is because I am comparing it to other Fairmonts. The bathroom was a tad small and there was no turn down service. That might sound picky, but one of the things I've grown to enjoy at Fairmonts is coming back after dinner and finding the sheets turned back and the little chocolates on the bed. I guess I've become spoiled.
We live in Edmonton but were given a chance to spend the night downtown at hotel Macdonald. The location is phenomenal and we appreciated the beautiful views and walks through the river valley. Rooms are basic but with a super comfortable bed! The pool and fitness center were great, well maintained and new equipment. Service from the moment we checked in was fabulous and would definitely stay again
From the minute I drove into the city, I could see this legendary hotel perched upon the side of the hill, I knew I was in for a treat. The lobby opens up to the Confederate Room which has the absolute best views of the city from its massive veranda. I ate breakfast out of the terrace both days and I was awed at the beauty. The hotel mascot, a lovely Golden Retriever named Smudge, was so cute and welcomed guests as they'd come and go. I thought it was a cute touch. The first night I stayed, I was awoken several times during the night because of street construction. The front desk was very kind and apologetic and immediately moved me to the other side of the hotel. They went above and beyond to make sure my stay was comfortable. The food, service and general beauty of the hotel make it the nicest in the city. I'd highly recommend it!
everyone at the hotel mac gave great customer service especially Anna at reception. I live in edmonton but when my friends decided to have their wedding at the hotel mac, I took the opportunity to stay there for the night. great view from the empire ballroom of edmonton. only drawback is expensive valet parking ($35 overnight)
This is without doubt the place to stay in Edmonton. A gorgeous and elegant hotel in the old style. Everything was first class from reception to departure. Enjoy a meal on the Terrace overlooking the river, the fabulous 24/7 gym or the sanctity of your room. Aim for the 8th floor if its in budget and with a riverside view of course.
We loved our time here at this Hotel. The Sunday Brunch was awesome! The room was very clean, beds very comfortable and there was a dog at the lobby that belonged to the hotel manager and it was a delight to go down for breakfast every morning and see the dog in the lobby for everyone to enjoy. The breakfast buffet daily was very good. The staff were warm and friendly and we loved the bartender every evening for cocktails. I would definitely recommend this hotel to friends and family!
The hotel is a beautiful hotel in a nice area of downtown near the convention centre, theatres shopping and with close access to the river valley trails. The service was excellent for anything we needed. The rooms were spacious and very comfortable. The swimming pool was nice and large. We didn't use the fitness centre but it had a better than typical range and number of equipment. The restaurant at on the patio had a wonderful view. The service was very slow and the food and drinks were okay at best, especially for the price being paid. Other than to sit on the patio for the overlooking view I would avoid the food here. The morning buffet on the other hand was wonderful and the service and help was great.
Have just arrived at the Fairmont in Edmonton to be told 25 bucks for parking, 15 bucks for the internet and a room for a family of 2 adults and 2 children is two double beds. A family room in a hotel of this standard should not mean siblings should share a bed. I asked for a put up bed so my son did not have to share with his sister but it never arrived, This is not a normal state of affairs especially when the booking says brother and sister 11 and 7 years old? Only 3 towels in the bathroom yet they said this is a family room for four people. Hope they get better as we have booked the Fairmont hotel chain all the way across Canada from Edmonton to Vancouver. I would check the detail with the hotel before you think about booking here.
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