Quality Inn & Suites Edmonton International Airport
501 11th Avenue
Nisku, AB T9E 7N5
Phone: (780) 955-3001
Fax: (780) 955-3006
501 11th Avenue, Nisku, AB, CA, T9E 7N5
- Phone: (780) 955-3001
- Fax: (780) 955-3006
For those seeking high quality breads baked fresh on site every day, make a stop at Cobs Bread. This bakery's traditional baking practices and carefully selected ingredients make for an especially scrumptious loaf of bread for you to take home and savor. And with Cobs Bread, you'll always know exactly what you're getting - none of these loaves contain artificial preservatives or coloring.
The Walmart Supercentre is a sprawling building that houses the best deals and discounts on your purchase. It stocks apparels, appliances, automotive parts, electronics, furniture, jewellery, office and home decor, sports, toys, video games, music and movie CDs and books. Its exhaustive range of products are of the highest quality and worth all the money you spend. Check out the rates and discounts offered.
If the regular Walmart's store is not enough to satiate your hunger for cheap deals, then welcome to the Walmarts Supercenter, that offers you more items for purchase, more deals and better prices! It houses apparels, rations, poultry, shoes, accessories, electronics and a host of other items that you might require. Crowded as usual, like all Walmart stores, this place will be a shopper's heaven for sure!
One of the largest furniture retailers in the world, IKEA is known for its innovative designs and fine quality, and read-to-assemble furniture. Located in South Edmonton Commons, this store features every kind of furniture to suit your home decor needs. The store has designs suitable for every room in the house, from bedroom to bathroom, and kitchen to study. Want to decorate your kid's room with child-safe designs or upgrade your outdoor garden and yard, then IKEA has the choicest of collection to add to the glamor. Call ahead for more.
Well known as the major shopping hub and a great site for entertainment, the South Edmonton Common is a perfect place for shopaholics. Name the brand and it's present here; this place is filled with retail shops and fine restaurants.
Step into a never-ending world of gadgets at the sprawling Best Buy location at South Edmonton Common. A multiple award-winning retail giant, Best Buy is the place to shop for all your electronic needs from kitchen appliances and office product to cameras, music players and even computers. The store stocks some of the best electronics brands in its aisles and offers some great deals and discounts. Having trouble navigating the expansive store, the friendly staff is always around to guide you and help you find what you're looking for. Apart from the gadgets, the store also has a collection of beauty products, outdoor gear, furniture and other such products, but electronics is what gets the crowds here. The store location also has a number of services like the Geek Squad, a expert service for all your computer needs, Trade In Games, Battery Recycling, etc. Check website for more information.
If you want your children to look like celebrities, come to Amy Lou Boutique. This store specializes in high-end brands for maternity, baby, and children to age 12. Amy Lou tries to be the first shop to carry the latest trends and has some exclusive items that are sure to please the paparazzi. For example, the owners have been able to get a line of True Religion maternity jeans made especially for the shop. Oprah Winfrey featured Mia Bossi diaper bags, and Amy Lou has them on the shelves. Adorable kids' couture will make doting grandparents smile and kids stay in style. Need a soother with sparkles? Amy Lou has them, and can even add custom bling to your baby's favorite suckie from home.
Oenophiles in Edmonton are sure to love Vines Riverbend Wine Merchants. This wine store boasts a mix of international brands as well as those from local wineries. The selection is thoughtfully picked out by the sommelier, and caters to all budgets. Ask the staff for great recommendations and rare varieties. Schedule your visit during the occasional tasting sessions and community events.
Mill Woods is a district of Edmonton way down in the southwestern corner, not far from the city limits, and is home to a brightly colored and brand spanking new shopping center. The contrasting colors of the roof and the interior decor, together with the modern designs will amaze you. You'll find around 100 top stores, the anchor ones are Eatons, Sears, Safeway, and Walmart. Edmonton has more shops per person than any other Canadian city.
Banish those granny panty undies and upgrade to something a little more stylish. And possible more comfortable, too! Princess Lingerie Boutique packs a lot of brands into a small shop; there is bound to be a style that flatters and makes you feel like a princess yourself. Exclusive to Princess Lingerie is Canadian designer Patricia Fieldwalker. Other brands include Prima Donna, Chantelle and many more. Rows and rows of bras line one side of the shop, while teddies, bustiers, corsets, and slinky pajamas are arranged throughout. Bra fitting is a specialty here and, once you get past the idea of someone in the fitting room with you, it is well worth the experience. No appointment necessary for this.
Scholar's Choice Educational Toy Store is the go-to shop for parents, grandparents, and teachers who want quality toys and educational materials for children. The toy section is stocked with products that encourage imaginative play, fine and gross motor skills, and early math and literacy. The shop carries a number of exclusive products from well-known brands like Ravensburger and Toobeez. If you'd like some extra homework for your kids or need supplies for homeschooling, Scholar's Choice has a great selection and knowledgeable staff to help you choose appropriately. Teachers purchase their materials here and you can buy the same to reinforce concepts at home. An online store is also available and is divided into a teachers' store, early childhood store, and toy store for easy navigation.
Secondhand bookshops can be fascinating for a leisurely browse or vital for that special research project; you never know what you may turn up. Derek Frost Books is located southwest of Edmonton's downtown district not far from the University of Alberta. Derek specializes in all types of military books, hobbies, antiques, gun shows, automobiles, the arts and fashion. You may order a title in advance or browse the stock but only by prior appointment.