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CONTACT

If you have any questions or would like to speak to a front desk agent, please don't hesitate to contact us! It would be our pleasure to talk with you!

We respect your privacy and guarantee that no personal information will be given to any third parties.

 

 

By phone

1-780-423-4146
Toll free 1-877-6HOSTEL
(1-877-646-7835 - North America only)

By e-mail

edmonton@gohostels.ca

By Skype

Type in GO Backpackers Hostel to be connected directly to our front desk.

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By snail-mail

GO Backpackers Hostel
10526 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta
T5J 1Z7

FAQ

Q: What is a hostel?

A: The main feature of hostels is the dorm style rooms that are available. Instead of renting a whole room, you would just rent an individual bed. Hostels also have cooking facilities where you can make your own meals. It is a cheap way to travel and meet lots of other travelers.


Q: How do I get to "The Mall?"

A: It's just a block and a half walk and then a 25 minute bus ride on express bus 100 or a 35 minute ride on bus 1.

 

Q: I have a Hostelling Membership card/other hostel discount card, would you accept it?


 A: Yes we do! It would be our pleasure to accept your Hostelling membership or whatever hostel discount card you may have,  Please present it at check in and you'll automatically receive 10% off per night! Please ensure that it is valid and is under the name of the person checking in! 

 

Q: When is GO Backpackers opening up locations in other areas?

A: There are many locations on our radar throughout Western Canada where a backpackers hostel would be welcome.  We are continually researching and welcome potential investors and partners for our expansion plans.  Email us for a prospectus if you want more information.

 

 

 

Q: Are towels provided?

A: Yes, towels and all bedding are provided.

 

Q: Do you have a kitchen?

A: Yes, We have a full kitchen with two full stove tops, two microwaves, an oven, two sinks and three restaurant style booths for seating..

 

Q: Do you have internet?

A: There is free wifi if you have your own computer. If not we have internet that cost $4 for the first hour, $3 for any additional hours. You don't have to use the hour all at once, you can spread it out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Q: What can I do in Edmonton for free?

A: Edmonton has many free festivals throughout the summer. Some highlights are the fringe festival, street performers' festival, and The Works Art and Design Festival. There are also beautiful parks to check out, some which will hold special events (often free)

 

Q: Where are the good bars?

A: There are many good bars and clubs downtown. We are a block off Jasper Ave, the main bar street in Downtown. We are within 2 blocks of the Starlite Room and New City which are Edmonton's premiere indy band venues. There is also Whyte Ave which is a short cab ride away.   And of course we have the Jekyll and Hyde Pub located in our building providing a good way to start the evening before heading out.