JW Marriott Edmonton ICE District opened with 346 guest rooms and 22,000 square feet of meeting and conference space. Now the third JW Marriott property in Canada, the hotel was designed with guests’ wellbeing in mind.
All touchpoints are intentional and inspired by the principles of mindfulness, being present in mind, nourished in body and revitalized in spirit.
“JW Marriott is dedicated to providing our guests with enriching experiences in distinctive locations around the world, and JW Marriott Edmonton is the perfect example of this philosophy in action,” said Mitzi Gaskins, global brand leader, JW Marriott. “The centerpiece of the city’s buzzing new ICE District, JW Marriott Edmonton provides guests the opportunity to experience every moment to the fullest through JW Marriott’s individualized approach to luxury.”
The Lobby Bar, JW Marriott Edmonton ICE District
The hotel is also home to a wellness facility, including Spa by JW, Edmonton’s only full-service luxury hotel spa, and Archetype, a state-of-the-art fitness club.
Archetype combines the science of high performance, a team of expert coaches and a comprehensive health and fitness experience in one exceptional space occupying one and a half floors of the hotel.
Spa by JW offers treatments and massages in a serene setting featuring five treatment rooms with rain showers and private balconies in each room.
The health club led by Edmontonian Simon Bennett, brings the newest and most innovative experience to the Edmonton market. The club focuses on health coaching and high-performance living in an environment with unparalleled amenities and purposeful luxury.
The club will include some of the most innovative equipment brands such as Sorinex rig systems, Keiser compressed air technology, Woodway, ICG 7 spin bikes and a Somadome meditation pod.
Hotel guests and members will also have access to four custom curated group studios with experiences ranging from yoga, boxing, spin and HIIT style classes.
JW Marriott Edmonton collaborated with Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality to bring culinary experiences to the property.
Executive Chef Jeremy Korten brings his progressive vision to the hotel’s fine-dining restaurant, Braven and cocktail bar, Alchemy, while Chef de Cuisine Jason Greene executes recognizable classics with a playful accent at Kindred, the hotel’s all-day dining destination.
Guests at JW Marriott Edmonton ICE District will have access to four restaurants and bars, which offer seasonal menus and curated cocktails in the beautifully designed spaces:
- Braven, a five-star dining destination offering dry-aged steaks, chops and fresh seafood.
- Kindred Food + Drink, an accessible all-day eatery focusing on locally sourced, seasonal fare.
- Alchemy, a destination cocktail bar with a patio overlooking the ICE District.
- Lobby Bar, a hub for business and social gatherings, featuring a selection of signature and classic cocktails.
The JW Marriott Edmonton is connected to Rogers Place Arena and within easy walking distance to Edmonton’s Arts District, River Valley and the Edmonton Convention Center. The hotel has a partnership with Rogers Place, allowing the hotel to offer prime access to its guests, such as behind-the-scenes arena tours and meet-and-greet opportunities with Oilers Alumni.
The hotels 22,000 square feet of meetings and conference space includes Edmonton's largest event ballroom, featuring 9,000 square feet of space with ample natural lighting and soaring 22-foot ceilings. The meeting spaces are named after iconic Edmonton Oilers Alumni.
Information is based off a press release from JW Marriott Edmonton ICE District.