Some hotels require a deposit equal to the first and last nights' stay to hold each guest's reservation. Such deposit is non-refundable and is required at the time of booking in order to secure the reservation for the requested dates. Upon check-in, that deposit will be applied to the first and last night of the reserved stay. These deposits are paid by the individuals, who are told upon making the reservation that it is a non-refundable deposit. The AAMDC will AT NO TIME be responsible for paying out any of the individually booked guest deposits.

Hotels for Convention

A courtesy shuttle will run between all listed hotels and the Shaw Conference Centre during peak hours.

The Westin Edmonton
10135-100 Street


p.780.426.3636

toll-free 1.800.937.8461

Chateau Lacombe Hotel
10111 Bellamy Hill


p.780.428.6611

toll-free
1.800.661.8801

Courtyard
Marriott

One Thornton Court
99 Street & Jasper Avenue

p.780.423.9999

toll-free
1.866.441.7591 
The Fairmont
Hotel MacDonald

10065-100 Street


p.780.424.5181

toll-free
1.866.540.4468
Sutton
Place

10235-101 Street


p.780.428.7111

Toll-free
1.866.378.8866

*Room blocks apply up until one month before convention, special rates have been negotiated

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