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The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton
10235 101 Street T5J 3E9 Edmonton Canada
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Description The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton
Adjacent to Edmonton City Centre Mall, this business-district high rise is 7 blocks from the Shaw Conference Centre and 13 km (8 miles) from the West Edmonton Mall, which offers a water park and cinema complex. The top floor of The Sutton Place Hotel houses an indoor splash pool and spa tub, as well as men's and women's saunas. Dining options include a regional restaurant, an atrium lounge, and a coffee bar. The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton has 313 guestrooms offering custom-made wood furnishings, coffeemakers, video games, and marble bathrooms with Gilchrist & Soames bath products.
Calgary Tower is a a lookout and a landmark in Calgary, Alberta. The tower is 191 meters tall (to the top of the spire), and the observation deck is at 160 meters.
The tower stands in the middle of downtown Calgary and is normally accessed by a lift (though there is a regular race up the 700+ steps and during the Calgary Stampede, a horse is led up those steps).
Entrance costs 14 CAD per adult, 6 CAD per child and 40 CAD for a family ticket admitting four (2010 prices). It is also possible to gain entry by purchasing a main course meal in the Tower's Sky 360 revolving restaurant.
Banff National Park
Banff is the first and largest of Canada’s national parks, established in 1883, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located around the town of Banff, which was founded when two railway workers discovered a hot spring in a cave on the eastern side of the Rockies. Spa treatments are still a feature of the Park today. Its 2,500 square miles provide every form of outdoor activity, both summer and winter: hiking, caving, skiing, climbing, boating, canoeing, fishing, camping. Wedding venues have also now been added to the list. The backdrop is the Rockies and associated wildlife. There are opening hours and entrance fees for the Park; for details of these and the activities on offer consult the website.