Edmonton has a full range of places to stay, from bed-and-breakfasts and inns to major U.S. and Canadian chain hotels and deluxe properties. The historic Fairmont Hotel Macdonald (built in 1915 by the Grand Trunk Railroad) maintains its original, chateau-style grandeur—but with amenities such as an indoor swimming pool, health club and spa. If you're in the mood for something different, consider the Fantasyland Hotel, part of the West Edmonton Mall. It has more than 350 rooms, about 100 of which are theme rooms, including a Victorian coach room, a Roman room with columns and elaborate circular bath, and rooms in which real trucks have been converted into beds. The hotel lobby opens into the mall.
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