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About Fantasyland Hotel

Several themed rooms available in this hotel, mall and amusement park complex, catering to children and adults alike.

Theme hotel, waterpark and shopping mall combined

The Fantasyland Hotel offers 118 fantasy theme rooms available in eleven different styles, so guests can hit the sack in the back of a pick-up in a Truck Room, relax in a classical Roman room or escape to the islands in a Polynesian room.

Choices include:

Hollywood
Feel like a star in our Hollywood room; with a grand dressing room setting and black marble Jacuzzi.

Truck
Ahhh, - life on the road. When it's time to bed down for the night, snuggle up in your own half ton truck bed.

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Silver
Oct 4 2015
It was nice but quite small. We stayed in the new Polynesian room. But the tikis staring at you are kinda creepy. The hot tub is nice and the beds are comortable.

Amanda
Jun 3 2008
I stayed in the king size Roman room. It was nice enough, but I'm not sure it's worth the price. The TV took up a tonne of space, and there were mirrors on the ceiling. Also, the room was narrow and long and felt a little cramped. It was infinitely better than the Mariaggi in Winnipeg.

Stephanie Sibley
Dec 6 2007
This hotel has come down from the time it was first established. I live in Edmonton Alberta Canada and have stayed there a couple of times over the years. The rooms really need a face lift to remain parallel to the cost per night.

Sep 21 2007
I stayed in the victorian coach room. Sounds romantic. Hope you like mirrors on the ceiling and a giant plastic horse bum at the foot of your bed!! Very very tacky. I would not stay there again.

Melissa
Jul 10 2007
I stayed in the Polynesian room once and wasn't impressed at all. It hardly looked like the pictures on their website or brochures. Perhaps I wound up with an older room as other people have stayed in similar rooms after the fact and were impressed with theirs. If you do decide to stay in a theme room, make sure to ask for one of the newly renovated ones!

Stephanie Sibley
Dec 6 2007
This hotel has come down from the time it was first established. I live in Edmonton Alberta Canada and have stayed there a couple of times over the years. The rooms really need a face lift to remain parallel to the cost per night.

Sep 21 2007
I stayed in the victorian coach room. Sounds romantic. Hope you like mirrors on the ceiling and a giant plastic horse bum at the foot of your bed!! Very very tacky. I would not stay there again.

Silver
Oct 4 2015
It was nice but quite small. We stayed in the new Polynesian room. But the tikis staring at you are kinda creepy. The hot tub is nice and the beds are comortable.

Amanda
Jun 3 2008
I stayed in the king size Roman room. It was nice enough, but I'm not sure it's worth the price. The TV took up a tonne of space, and there were mirrors on the ceiling. Also, the room was narrow and long and felt a little cramped. It was infinitely better than the Mariaggi in Winnipeg.

Melissa
Jul 10 2007
I stayed in the Polynesian room once and wasn't impressed at all. It hardly looked like the pictures on their website or brochures. Perhaps I wound up with an older room as other people have stayed in similar rooms after the fact and were impressed with theirs. If you do decide to stay in a theme room, make sure to ask for one of the newly renovated ones!

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Fantasyland Hotel

Edmonton, Canada
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Several themed rooms available in this hotel, mall and amusement park complex, catering to children and adults alike.
Experiences Bling, Family, Thrill,

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