While the health and safety of our guests has always been a top priority, when you return to Matrix Hotel you will find that we've made a number of enhancements - from offering remote check-ins to new cleaning protocols for guest rooms, common areas and high-touch surfaces; along with new options for dining.
Discover Downtown Edmonton
Explore Our Neighborhood and Favorite Local Attractions
Centrally located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, Matrix Hotel is ideally situated for accessing business and leisure attractions. Some of the city’s best shopping, restaurants and nightlife are within walking distance of the hotel.
Experience the 23 hectares of parkland and the historical monuments that make up the Legislature as we know it today.
City Hall is an Edmonton landmark, the home of our civic leadership and a gathering place for the community.
The Royal Alberta Museum is a museum of natural history and anthropology.
The Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA) is the only museum in the province strictly devoted to the exhibition and preservation of art and visual culture.
The Shaw Conference Centre is Edmonton`s premiere convention centre, an iconic place where people gather to learn, innovate, trade and celebrate.
Rogers Place is home ice for the NHL's Edmonton Oilers and WHL's Edmonton Oil Kings, and the epicentre of live entertainment in Edmonton.
A sophisticated neighbourhood in the heart of Edmonton that offers an urban atmosphere in which you can admire the arts, fine food, and unique boutiques.
The 124 Street area is one of Edmonton’s most vibrant shopping districts, and is home to some of the city’s finest restaurants, boutiques and galleries.
Edmonton City Centre is your downtown destination of choice for shopping, dining and enjoying Edmonton's urban centre.
Traditional bistro fare. Honest, fresh and satisfying. The vibe is knowingly casual, but a smooth professionalism underpins service.
An intimate 34-seat restaurant located in the heart of downtown Edmonton. Corso employs local and seasonal ingredients to interpret traditional Italian dishes.
The Common is a gastro-lounge where typical pub and comfort foods are elevated to uncommon heights.
As the largest urban park in Canada, with more than 160 kilometres of maintained pathways and 20 major parks, the River Valley is a natural wonder for all Edmontonians to be proud of.
William Hawrelak Park is a 68 hectare park in the river valley featuring a 5 hectare lake and open grassy areas.
Churchill Square is a great place to enjoy a relaxing lunch break, take a stroll with family and friends, or watch world-class performances and festivals year-round.