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Experience Leduc and Edmonton, Alberta from the comfort of this deluxe, full-service hotel featuring a complimentary hot buffet breakfast, airport shuttle, pool and water slide, complimentary overnight parking, and Canada's First Pour Your Own Beer Wall!

Conveniently located off Queen Elizabeth Highway #2 in downtown Leduc, the Best Western Plus® Edmonton Airport Hotel is the perfect home-away-from-home for leisure and business travelers. Our guests enjoy easy access to Leduc's best shopping, dining, and attractions, from the state-of-the-art Leduc Recreation Center to the stunning MacLab Centre for the Performing Arts. This hotel in Leduc is also close to the thrills of Rad Torque Raceway, Red Tail Landing at the airport and the Leduc Golf and Country Club.

Just a few minutes from the Edmonton International Airport (offering complimentary airport shuttle service), business travelers are drawn to this Leduc hotel near the Edmonton Capital District, Nisku Industrial Park, Leduc Industrial Park, and Ritchie Bros. Auction. Plus, more than 2,500 square feet of flexible, modern banquet and meeting space makes the Best Western Plus® Edmonton Airport Hotel an ideal meeting or wedding facility.

This full-service property boasts stylishly renovated guest rooms with LED flat-screen TVs, high-speed Internet access, refrigerators, microwaves, charging stations, and luxurious pillowtop mattresses. Additional hotel perks include a mouth-watering complimentary hot breakfast, a spacious exercise facility, a relaxing hot tub, an indoor pool and water slide, and an on-site pub offering something for everyone - from laid-back gaming and cocktails to pouring your own Alberta craft brew at Barney's Pub & Grill.

For exceptional service and location at an affordable price, contact the friendly staff at the Best Western Plus® Edmonton Airport Hotel today! Enjoy your stay!

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Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

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Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Pets not accepted.
Child Policy
Children 12 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.


Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 3.6 kilometer(s) from Baker Hughes, a top-tier oilfield service company with a century-long track record, Baker Hughes delivers solutions that help oil and gas operators make the most of their reservoirs.
  • 6.7 kilometer(s) from Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers®, established in 1958, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers® is the world’s largest industrial auctioneer and seller of used heavy industrial equipment. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers® asset management and disposition solutions include live unreserved public auctions with onsite and online bidding, equipment listing services, private negotiated sales and a range of ancillary services, including financing and leasing.
  • 8.8 kilometer(s) from Michels Canada, builds the projects that allow our customers to fuel people’s need for reliable utility services. Our partners rely on us to deliver the safe, creative and efficient solutions for which we are known. Michels Canada is an established underground utility construction contractor, skilled in advanced techniques of pipeline construction, horizontal directional drilling, Direct Pipe and tunneling.
  • 8.3 kilometer(s) from Ensign®, we're among the world's strongest, fastest-growing energy services companies, operating from the arctic to the equator and just about everywhere in between. Our people are equipped with advanced technology, empowered by a culture of innovation and action, driven by a single-minded commitment to service.
  • 1.4 kilometer(s) from Cargill®, provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world. Together with farmers, customers, governments and communities, we help people thrive by applying our insights and 150 years of experience. We have 150,000 employees in 70 countries who are committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing environmental impact and improving the communities where we live and work.
  • 9.1 kilometer(s) from STARS®, air ambulance service offers time, hope and life-saving transport to critically ill and injured patients.
  • 9.1 kilometer(s) from BBE, provides expediting, supply chain logistics, project staffing, and cargo handling services domestically and around the world. Built and perfected on experience developed during four decades in the Canadian Arctic, BBE is recognized as one of the leading suppliers of remote project logistics expertise across North America and around the world.
  • 6.3 kilometer(s) from Weatherford®, innovative technologies and services designed to meet the world’s current and future energy needs in a safe, ethical, and sustainable manner. Grounded by our core values and inspired by our world-class people, we are committed to being a trusted business partner to those we serve.
  • 8.1 kilometer(s) from Schlumberger, is the world's leading provider of technology for reservoir characterization, drilling, production, and processing to the oil and gas industry. Working in more than 85 countries and employing approximately 100,000 people who represent over 140 nationalities, Schlumberger supplies the industry's most comprehensive range of products and services, from exploration through production and integrated pore-to-pipeline solutions for hydrocarbon recovery that optimize reservoir performance.
  • 5.1 kilometer(s) from Savanna, is a global leader in energy services offering exceptional Drilling and Well Servicing in the United States, Australia, and Canada. Our people and modern equipment are at the centre of our success, providing the perfect balance of experience, depth and quality service for our oil and gas customers.
  • 1.5 kilometer(s) from Food Processing Development Centre, is a modern, fully equipped pilot plant and product development laboratory facility. It is staffed with experienced food scientists, engineers and technologists. Centre services are designed to strengthen and expand the capability of Alberta's food processors to meet the challenges of the marketplace through application of new technology and the development of new or improved products and processes.
  • 1.8 kilometer(s) from Altagas, a Canadian corporation, is a North American diversified energy infrastructure business with a focus on owning and operating assets to provide clean and affordable energy to its customers. AltaGas' business strategy is underpinned by strong growth in natural gas supply and the growing demand for clean energy.
  • 6.9 kilometer(s) from Hallmark, Hallmark Tubulars & Hallmark Technical Services (HTS) deliver casing and tubing installations at the well site with a focus on ensuring the integrity of the tubulars are maintained during the life expectancy of the well. Formed in 1998, HTS grew out of a need to ensure quality of tubulars was not compromised during the installation process.
  • 8.1 kilometer(s) from ATCO Electric, develops regulated distribution and transmission projects and plays a key role in the growth of Alberta’s industrial sector. Headquartered in Edmonton with 38 offices throughout its service area, ATCO Electric serves nearly 227,000 customers in energy-rich northern and east-central Alberta.
  • 1.7 kilometer(s) from City of Leduc, conveniently located at the crossroads of air, highway and rail transportation, Leduc is a growing, dynamic city in the heart of Canada's economic engine.


  • 40 kilometer(s) from Rogers Place, spectacular, iconic and inspiring are just some of the words being used to describe the new home of the Edmonton Oilers. The vision of Rogers Place was born when Daryl Katz purchased the Oilers in 2008. At the time he stated a desire to not only find the Oilers a new home in downtown Edmonton, but to do it in a style that would transform our City and encourage further downtown development. Through his partnership with the City of Edmonton, that vision has already been realized, and now continues to expand. Rogers Place is an arena built for fans. Among its many significant features are a lower bowl of over 9,000 seats, terrific sightlines, wide concourses, leading food and beverage offerings and the latest in technology. Whether attending an Oilers game or the biggest of concerts, guests of Rogers Place will experience it all in the most dynamic of entertainment environments.
  • 21 kilometer(s) from Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre, come and learn about Alberta’s rich oilfield history and what makes Leduc #1 “The Birth place of the modern day Oil Industry”. Discover how oil is formed, found, extracted, transported and made into the many products we all use on a day to day basis. Come on in and we will tell you the story!
  • 1.2 kilometer(s) from Dr. Woods House Museum, this museum was the home of one of the first doctors in the area, Dr. Robert Woods and family. Dr. Woods practiced medicine right out of his own home in the fully restored attached medical wing. Built in 1927 for Dr. Woods, the house is a fine example of Craftsman style architecture, decorated in the Art Deco period. It charmingly illustrates an upper-middle class lifestyle from the late 1920s to the early 1940s. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm, and Saturdays from 12pm to 4 pm during June, July and August. Starting September 1 we will be open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the off season.
  • 1.9 kilometer(s) from Stone Barn Garden, open year-round, the Cultural Village is located in the west end of William F. Lede Park in the area known as the 'Brown Property.' It contains the original farmhouse, a milking shed, fully landscaped gardens and the historic Stone Barn, representing the original dairy barn that stood on the same site.
  • .9 kilometer(s) from Leduc Grain Elevator, built in 1978, the Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator site is a prominent local and provincial landmark. It features one of the last single composite wood crib grain elevators to be built in Alberta, and the last of many built in the 20th century. Merging the traditional wood crib construction with more contemporary distribution and ventilation systems, the grain elevator has a 3,050-tonne capacity, with an attached office building and two warehouses. Located in central Leduc and maintained by the Alberta Legacy Development Society, this site is a testament to Alberta's agricultural history.
  • 1.9 kilometer(s) from Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts, is a venue for concerts, theatrical performances and special events in Leduc and Leduc County. With 460 seats, the Maclab Centre hosts performances from both local artists and organizations, such as the Leduc Drama Society and the Stageworks Academy of the Performing Arts, as well as world-renowned performers. The Maclab Centre is located at the south end of the Leduc Composite High School, with an entrance from Corinthia Drive.
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Leduc Cinemas, movie listings can be located on the Internet.
  • 1.4 kilometer(s) from Telford Lake, is named after Robert Taylor Telford, who first settled by the lake in 1889 and is the founder of what became the City of Leduc. Telford was Leduc's first postmaster, first general merchant and first justice of the peace. He also later became Leduc's first member of the Legislative Assembly, and he served as Mayor from 1915-16.
  • 29 kilometer(s) from University of Alberta Botanic Garden, formerly the Devonian Botanic Garden, is a stunning 240-acre property located in Parkland County, 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton, with cultivated gardens and plant collections, indoor showhouses, and an extensive nature trail system. Highlights of the Garden, which was established in 1959, include the Kurimoto Japanese Garden; a Tropical Showhouse with exotic butterflies; Temperate and Arid Showhouses; alpine, herb, rose, peony, lilac, lily and primula collections; Native Peoples Garden; trial beds and much more. The Garden is an award-winning visitor attraction, a research site, and home to year-round adult and children's education programming.
  • 32.7 kilometer(s) from Fort Edmonton Park, every trip to creates a unique adventure. Experience dozens of vintage midway attractions and entertainment options like a captivating 4D movie, a ride on the iconic steam train, unique eating and shopping experiences, live shows, events, and more! Whether you’re a family, a couple or just looking for an entertaining way to enjoy the summer weather, every trip to Fort Edmonton Park is sure to be unforgettable.
  • 36.7 kilometer(s) from Edmonton Valley Zoo, home to more than 350 animals and focused on conservation, the Edmonton Valley Zoo is one of Edmonton's premier attractions, offering fun and education for the whole family.


  • Barney's Pub & Grill, on premises, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Local & Authentic. Features a Pour Your Own Beer Wall with 12 Alberta Craft Beers, many community seating options, a relaxing patio, and a private room which is available for meetings and gatherings. The menu is made from locally sourced meats and produce and made from scratch in house.
  • 1.2 kilometer(s) from O'Brian's Restaurant & Grill, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Fresh & delicious regional cuisine. Indulge in culinary creations designed to tempt your palate. The buffet offers traditional favorites with a modern twist, created with culinary passion. Amazing Sundays - a family tradition featuring all of your favorites, brunch classics and decadent desserts. Available from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • 1.2 kilometer(s) from Jonathan's Lounge, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Enjoy great steaks, delicious Caesars, unique craft beers plus much, much more.
  • Adjacent to Tim Horton's, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Open 24 hours
  • 1 block(s) from Starbucks®, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
  • Adjacent to Oodle Noodle, Fast Food, International, Open for: lunch, dinner, Sonny Pham, the founder of Oodle Noodle – arrived in Canada back in 1989 after years of living and traveling through Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. His years of experience dealing with food was instantly recognized and was put to use over the next 15 years in several restaurants as the Head Chef. On April 10, 2005 – Sonny realized his dream of opening a restaurant that served his recipes for authentic Asian foods and sharing his passion for food.
  • Adjacent to Harvey's, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from Taco Bell®, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from KFC®, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Adjacent to Extreme Pita, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from Shanghai Restaurant, Full Service, Chinese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from Papa John's Pizza, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1 block(s) from Subway®, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
  • .5 kilometer(s) from The Sushi Factory, Full Service, Japanese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Habaneros Mexican Grill, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner, Want an authentic Mexican experience without crossing the border? Well, you found one. Everything about Habaneros is perfectly Mexico.


  • 35 kilometer(s) from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), a technical training and applied education is designed to meet the demands of Alberta's industries — graduates have the knowledge and skills employers want. They leave NAIT confident, prepared and in demand.
  • 30.3 kilometer(s) from University of Alberta, is a public research university located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1908 by Alexander Cameron Rutherford, the first premier of Alberta, and Henry Marshall Tory, its first president.
  • 32.3 kilometer(s) from MacEwan University, founded in 1971, provides student-focused instruction in a warm and supportive atmosphere. We focus on teaching, so our students can focus on learning. It’s been a cornerstone of who we are for more than 40 years. And we continue to build on that reputation.
  • 30.2 kilometer(s) from NorQuest College, inclusive. Student-centred, relevant and necessary, catalyzing, exciting, confident, progressive, professional. NorQuest College provides learning opportunities for all. With the strength of a NorQuest College education, our learners have the skills and confidence to further their studies, begin new careers, provide better lives for their families, and make valuable contributions to society.
  • 2.1 kilometer(s) from Leduc Composite High School
  • 1.9 kilometer(s) from Leduc Junior High School
  • 4.6 kilometer(s) from Caledonia Park School
  • 6.6 kilometer(s) from Covenant Christian School
  • 1.9 kilometer(s) from East Elementary School
  • 3.2 kilometer(s) from Ecole Corinthia Park School
  • 4.4 kilometer(s) from Ecole Leduc Estates School
  • 1.9 kilometer(s) from Linsford Park School
  • 4.4 kilometer(s) from West Haven Public School
  • .8 kilometer(s) from Willow Park School
  • 3.8 kilometer(s) from Black Gold Outreach School

Nearby Cities

  • 8 kilometer(s) from Nisku, Alberta
  • 21 kilometer(s) from Edmonton, Alberta
  • 17 kilometer(s) from Beaumont, Alberta
  • 18 kilometer(s) from Calmar, Alberta
  • 23 kilometer(s) from Devon, Alberta
  • 37 kilometer(s) from Wetaskiwin, Alberta
  • 38 kilometer(s) from Thorsby, Alberta
  • 57 kilometer(s) from Warburg, Alberta


  • 3 kilometer(s) from Leduc Recreation Centre, 309,000 square feet of premium multi-use recreation facilities for people of all ages.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from William F. Lede Park, located next to the Leduc Recreation Centre, William F. Lede Park is Leduc's most popular outdoor space. At over 200 acres, the park has fields for numerous sports including baseball and softball, football, rugby, and soccer. You'll also find playgrounds, picnic areas, and an off-leash dog park and, for winter fun, a toboggan hill. The various trails in William F. Lede Park are popular with runners, rollerbladers, and connect to the Stone Barn & Cultural Village.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Telford Lake, is a popular recreational area adjacent to the William F. Lede Park and connected to the Multiway Trail System. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy boating and bird watching. The lake hosts dragon boat competitions in summer and Leduc Motorsports Club and Alberta Endurance Ice Racing Association events during the winter. The Leduc Boat Club is located on the lakes south side, offering a variety of paddling programs and races.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Fred Johns Park, nearly 35 acres of land, Fred Johns Park is connected to the Multiway Trail, and offers a playground, ball diamonds, picnic areas, year-round fishing via the Leduc Reservoir, skating and disc golf.
  • 7.2 kilometer(s) from RedTail Landing Golf Club, is a must-play course whether you reside in Edmonton, or are just visiting Alberta. Located minutes from Leduc at the Edmonton International Airport, the course has been masterfully crafted by the world renowned team of Puddicombe Golf with many links-style features. The Club House overlooks our state-of-the-art 19 acre learning facility that features 65,000 sq. ft. grass teeing area, 5 practice bunkers, 3 putting and 2 chipping greens.
  • 3.5 kilometer(s) from Leduc Golf & Country Club, is a semi-private facility that welcomes the public to enjoy both the golf course and our excellent dining room, known as Leduc Cook House. A challenging eighteen hole test of your golfing prowess. The course is a Par 71 and boasts more than 6,600 yards of fairways. In addition, the layout provides an easy walking course with plenty of eye-pleasing scenery.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Corinthia Park, is next to the Ecole Corinthia Park School and connected to the Multiway Trail System. This open space features soccer fields, a baseball diamond, playground, skatepark and a toboggan hill.
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Alexandra Park, take a stroll around the pond at this 12 acre community park. Located just off 50th St right, adjacent to the Civic Centre and beside the Alexandra Outdoor Pool and Spray Park. Featuring picnic tables, a playground, and a fountain, the park is also a popular place in the winter, when the trails are lit up and the pond is cleared for skating and pond hockey.
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Alexandra Arena, ice rink, ice dimensions are 185 feet x 85 feet. Seats approximately 200 people. 100 parking spaces, has a lobby and concessions.
  • 4 kilometer(s) from Aileen Faller Park, located in Lakeside Estates, this park is connected to the Multiway Trail System. It features a large open space with baseball diamonds, soccer fields, playground, a toboggan hill and an outdoor skating rink.
  • 3.4 kilometer(s) from Elks Park Ball Diamonds, two shale infield ball parks fully fenced in. Dugouts, 262 ft. to centre field and 245 ft. to corners, Seating capacity of 200. This large park is connected to the Multiway Trail System. Elks Community Park also features a soccer field and a toboggan hill.


  • 40 kilometer(s) from West Edmonton Mall, home to more than 800 stores and services including nine world-class attractions, two hotels, over 100 dining venues, the widest variety of one-of-a-kind retailers, and entertainment for all ages. Average yearly visitation is approximately 30.8 million, making West Edmonton Mall the province's number-one tourist attraction.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Leduc Common, Walmart, Rona, Tim Hortons, Winners, Subway, Fabutan, Source, M&M Meat Shops, Peavey Mart, Staples, Dollarama, Warehouse One, Reitman's, SportChek, Mark's Work Wearhouse, Payless Shoes, a hair place, a liquor store, Canadian Tire, Dairy Queen, Swiss Chalet, TD Bank, Dominoes Pizza, Ricki's Grill, and many more
  • 21 kilometer(s) from South Edmonton Common, is a retail power centre located in Edmonton, Alberta. The flagship shopping complex is spread over 320 acres and contains more than 2.3 million square feet of dining, shopping and entertainment space, making it one of the largest open-air retail developments in North America.


  • 7 kilometer(s) from Edmonton International Airport
  • 256 kilometer(s) from Calgary International Airport
  • 0.01 kilometer(s) from Leduc Public Transit, Stop 108 for Leduc Public Transit Route 1 and Route 3 are located directly in front of the hotel.
  • 52.6 kilometer(s) from Edmonton Via Rail Station, can be reached via a combination of Leduc and Edmonton Public Transit.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Leduc Recreation Centre, Leduc Public Transit is available from the hotel to the Leduc Recreation Centre.
  • 3 block(s) from Leduc
  • Free shuttle service. 24 hour airport shuttle only to/from Edmonton International Airport, departs hotel at 0025 and 0055 past every hour. It must be reserved in advance. Coming from the airport, once you have collected your bags, please proceed to Door 9 where you will find a courtesy phone to call the hotel.