Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Red Deer
37471 Alberta 2, Red Deer County, AB

Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Red Deer

37471 Alberta 2
Gasoline Alley
Red Deer County, AB T4E 1B3
37471 Alberta 2
Gasoline Alley
Red Deer County, AB T4E 1B3

Maximum Capacity: 500 people
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Located on Gasoline Alley in Red Deer, the Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites has recently opened it's doors, revealing 3 exceptional ballrooms and a boardroom. Our Sales and Catering Office would be more than pleased to offer you a site tour and information. We have recently hired a Wedding Consultant to handle special events if you would like to sit down with her to discuss options, ideas and budgets.
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