Your booking experience in Calgary
If you are searching for a comfortable accommodation for your next city escape in Alberta, we are always ready to indulge you with good Calgary hotel deals. Booked.net allows you to shorten your search in Alberta by proximity to transport links and popular sights. We have modern and historical hotels with a huge list of services and amenities together with other amazing accommodation options which grant you an extensive base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Calgary
On the budget-priced end, you can stay at the 3-star Sandman Hotel Calgary Airport with room rates from 81US$. If you would like to stay in an area that is within easy walking distance of Hextall Bridge, book a hotel, such as the reasonably priced Cozy Nest Bed & Breakfast. A good budget-friendly option in Southwest Calgary district is Calgary Westways Guest House, a 15-minute walk to The Scotiabank Saddledome and not far from Moroccan Castle.
Proximity to public transport
If you need to be close to Calgary International airport, stay at Hampton Inn By Hilton Calgary Airport North, which also features a health club, a golf course and basketball. Ruyi Family House - Stampede Condo is a 10-minute distance away on foot and offers complimentary parking and a free private car park. If you want to stay close to Centre Street C railway station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Delta Calgary Downtown, a budget accommodation only a 5-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you are a foodie, consider booking Fairfield Inn & Suites Calgary Downtown near Cafe Koi, located in the city center. Hotel Arts is a great place to stay to be close to the action with great access to Centre Street subway station. Visitors wishing to stay in University of Calgary district could consider Aloft Calgary University or Travelodge Calgary University.
Hyatt Regency Calgary is a 5-minute walk to Calgary Tower and comes with a tennis court, a golf course and a swimming pool. To explore some of the city's popular tourist places, book a hotel next to Prince's Island Park, such as the 3-star River Wynde Executive Bed & Breakfast, located just a 15-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
This posh 4-star The Westin Calgary, where you will find an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a swimming pool, is close to Gallery San Chun. Posh boutique Kensington Riverside Inn is 4-star accommodation in Kensington district. Chain hotels include the 3-star Best Western Plus Calgary Centre Inn, with fantastic features including a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Travelers looking for a B&B will find peace and quiet at Mainstreet Guardian North Condo, located a 5-minute walk from the downtown area. If you're interested in business facilities, look at one of 16 hotels located in Northeast Calgary district, such as Comfort Inn & Suites Airport North. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Foothills Athletic Park, such as Hampton Inn & Suites By Hilton Calgary- University Northwest or Hilton Garden Inn Calgary Airport.
Calgary is a city with a traditional soul, but modern feel.
Locals say it is not boring, but conservative, and not tranquil, but temperate. This is Calgary, that rare place where you may experience calm suburbia to aggressive urban sprawl, western pubs to vibrant night clubs and hot Latin sambas to country music.
It can be about your relaxation days in Calgary, if you browse our comprehensive selection of hotels listed at Booked.net. From cheap hotels in Calgary to those abundant with luxuries all available with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Calgary is a city with country instead of blood pulsating in its veins. In Calgary’s country music charts famous musician and songwriter, George Fox presented his first compositions. His debut single Angelina reached number eight, while his following songs would also become top 10 singles in the radio charts. Since then Calgary's best music has become alt country and you can enjoy it there in one of Calgary’s cozy pubs.
Calgary is a city that sticks close to its country music roots, while its modern face is reflected in a number of theatre companies and marching bands like Calgary Round-Up Band, the Calgary Stetson Show Band and the Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts all housed in the city.
It supports events of the Calgary Stampede in July and a location for professional football and hockey teams. Moreover, it hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics being the first Canadian city to host the winter games.
Other attractions include;
- Prince's Island Park, the largest inner city park
- Barclay Parade, a perfect spot for shopping being a home to a number of high end shops
- Stephen Avenue Walk was declared a National Historic District by the Canadian Government
- Olympic Plaza, public square and a location for medal presentations
All these landmarks make up the essence of city's past. First established in 1875 as a Fort Calgary by the Northwest Mounted Police, Calgary grew into the world class city when Canadian Pacific Railway arrived in 1883. Since then thousands of settlers, businessman and tourists have boosted the area and in 1894 Calgary officially became a city. In the following years the population grew from 1,000 to 3,900 and today numbers 1,071,515 residents. They all live in the city with a total area of 726sqkm even bigger the area Toronto occupies.
From its cultural to geographical tapestry, Calgary is a city of great tourist interest, so consider advance booking at Booked.net.