Union Bank Inn Edmonton0
The building on which Union Bank Inn can be found was built in the 1900s. As the name implies, the structure was originally built to house the Union Bank of Edmonton. Unfortunately, the bank was not able to preserve its glory days. It was through the efforts of Diane Buchanan, an Edmonton real estate broker, that the building was transformed into what is now the Union Bank Inn. The hotel started to accept guests in 1997.
The hotel has 34 designer guest rooms that travelers can choose from. All guest rooms have high speed Internet connection, hair dryers, cable televisions, CD players, and in-room safes. The suites of Union Bank Inn are non-smoking areas with 32” flat screen televisions, DVD layers, fridges, and jetted bathtubs.
The hotel also delivers wine, cheese, and cookies to guest rooms. Full a la carte breakfast meals for guests are also one of the hotel’s complimentary services. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s in-house business center, overnight parking area, and fitness room.
Reservations can be made via Union Bank Inn’s official website.