EDMONTON, AB (PRWEB) March 18, 2010
Look no further than Edmonton, Alberta for a fun filled Canada vacation package designed for the entire family or a special couples getaway this Spring. Edmonton hotels, attractions and shops have joined forces to create a myriad of packages to entice shopaholics, movie lovers, culinary buffs and thrill seekers to the dynamic Alberta city.
“Family Fun Nights at the Coast Edmonton House” include three night’s accommodation, $100 food and beverage voucher, complimentary parking and a choice of family activity. Family activities at the West Edmonton Mall include choices from the World Water Park to Galaxyland or for even more options, families can visit two attractions including the Ice Palace, Sea Life Caverns, Mini-Golf or Ed’s Rec Room. Other Edmonton family vacation packages include the “Movie Night Package at the Radisson Hotel Edmonton South” with an in-room movie, bag of popcorn, and soda, or the “Wet and Wild Family Adventure package at the West Edmonton Mall Inn” with a family pass for four to the Waterpark or Galaxyland, one family marine life pass, one family pass to Professor WEM golf, continental breakfast for four and parking.
Located just three minutes from West Edmonton Mall, the Days Inn & Suites West Edmonton features a value-packed “Stay & Shop Package.” The Edmonton shopping package includes one night accommodation, $50 gift card to the hotel’s ConYac’s bar and one West Edmonton Mall Super Saving Booklet offering over $2,000 in money savings coupons.
If a couple’s weekend getaway is on the agenda, the Best Breaks Edmonton Getaway at the Crowne Plaza Chateau Lacombe offers one night of luxury accommodation with full buffet breakfast and the Greenwood Inn & Suites will take good care of family and friends visiting on Easter Weekend with a special Easter Weekend room rate.
For more information on all the Canada vacation packages for Edmonton, AB, please visit http://www.edmonton.com
About Edmonton Tourism
Edmonton Tourism promotes Greater Edmonton as the destination of choice for tourism, conventions, major events and film production and is a division of Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC). For more information, visit http://www.edmonton.com. Learn more about Edmonton through the stories of people who've experienced it at http://www.edmontonstories.ca.