The official hotel of the 2017 Annual Meeting is the Chateau Lacombe. Located in the heart of downtown Edmonton, the Chateau is an iconic landmark hotel offering spectacular panoramic views of the North Saskatchewan River valley. The 24-story cylindrical tower is topped by Edmonton's only revolving restaurant, La Ronde, which makes a full rotation every 90 minutes. Conveniently located, the Chateau Lacombe Hotel is walking distance to the Arts District, shopping, nightlife, and the riverfront park system.

Want to treat yourself? The Chateau has concierge floor guest rooms with upgraded features and access to the exclusive 20th Floor Concierge Lounge - complete with an executive continental breakfast. Throughout the day you can enjoy coffee, tea, an honor bar as well as complimentary cocktails, canapes, served from 5 to 8pm.

Hotel rooms are subject to availability.


At this time, the room block at the main Annual Meeting hotel is full. Please reserve a room at our secondary hotel: Sutton Place Hotel, which is located within walking distance from the main hotel and many of the other offsite venues. Rooms are available for a discounted rate of $185 CAD a night - with the current exchange rates that’s only $140 USD per night. To secure a discounted rate at the Sutton Place, please call their reservations 1.866.378.8866 and reference the WMA / AMA conference - or through their reservation website:



Need a roommate? Post about it in the comment section below to connect with your fellow attendees!

The Western Museums Association is happy to provide this bulletin board, and is not reponsible for ensuring that attendees are paired as roommates.


Female roommate wanted


I am looking for a female non-smoking and non-snoring roommate for 5 nights stay at the conference (Sept 19-24). I am a 52 years old female, non-smoker and non-snoring. 



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