A budget option would be Best Western Plus Suites Downtown and Ramada Plaza Calgary Airport Hotel And Conference Centre, which features a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Calgary Westways Guest House is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to St. Mary's Cathedral and offers room rates from 64US$.
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If you want to be conveniently placed near Calgary airport, think about Homewood Suites By Hilton Calgary Airport that features an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. Hilton Garden Inn Calgary Downtown is a 3-star property, about 10 minutes' walk from Centre Street metro station. From Kensington Riverside Inn and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Calgary you have easy access to Downtown- West Kerby C train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Visitors planning their first trip to Calgary, should think about staying in the downtown at one of the 8 hotels, such as Delta Calgary Downtown situated near Core Shopping. Hotel Le Germain Calgary is less than 1500 feet from the downtown area and offers a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. Consider staying in Beltline district at Fairmont Palliser if you're looking to be close to a zoo and restaurants.
Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire, as well as Fairfield Inn & Suites Calgary Downtown, are two accommodation options worth checking out near Core Shopping and not far from the city center of Calgary. If you are interested in discovering some of Calgary's sights, then select a hotel next to The Centre Gallery, such as Nuvo Hotel Suites situated a 10-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Calgary
There are 16 luxury hotels in Downtown Calgary district of Calgary, including The Westin Calgary and Grey Eagle Resort. If you like comfort and coziness, think about booking a room at Royal Hotel Calgary, Trademark Collection By Wyndham which is within 15 minutes' walk of Casino Calgary. There are 4chain hotels near The Centre Gallery to pick from, such as Holiday Inn Express & Suites Calgary Nw - University Area or Holiday Inn Express Airport Calgary.
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River Wynde Executive B&B apartment is a 10-minute walk from The Centre Gallery and has a picnic area, a health club and a patio. Calgary has 197 B&B deals, such as Calgary Star Cozy Home or Two Bedroom Condo - 5 Minute Walk To Saddledome for your home-like comfort and atmosphere. Hampton Inn By Hilton Calgary Airport North is a 3-star, family-friendly property situated next to gardens and parks. Hyatt Regency Calgary is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 15-minute walk from Arrata Opera Centre.
City Guide: Discover the best of Calgary
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.