Places to stay in Calgary, Alberta
We currently have 206 accommodations in and around Calgary with other regional listings available for B&B's, Hotels, Motor Inns, Campsites and other properties.
Explore Calgary and its nearby gems such as Bragg Creek, Cochrane and High River. Local restaurants include Vietnam Restaurant, Ed's Restaurant, TC Restaurants, and Michael's Restaurant & Pizza.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the region, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Calgary is located close to Glencoe, Mission, Sunalta, Strathcona Park and Rutland Park.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Calgary
We were very pleased with the amenities at this hotel. The bathroom had lots of counter space. Friendly accommodating staff moved in a cot for us. The only problem was the noise from emergency vehicles through the night even though we were on the top floor. We had a great view of the flame on top .....
I stayed with a business partner and we spent most of our time there working in the room. It was
very comfortable, very clean and the hotel clearly has tried to create a homelike atmosphere. Tim Horton’s and McDonalds were right next door. It was very quiet and there was a nightly snack .....
Bed & Breakfast located 2km from the center of Calgary.
Hughes' House is an elegantly renovated 1914 Victorian home, within walking distance of downtown Calgary. From the moment you open the antique carved oak and cut glass front door you'll feel the difference.
Hotel located 1km from the center of Calgary.
The clean and contemporary decor of the Opal creates an open and inviting atmosphere. It has studio suites as well as two-bedroom or one-bedroom with a den or office. The extra room upstairs can either be your work haven or a second bedroom.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Calgary is an attractive and dynamic city situated on the banks of the Bow River and close to Alberta's majestic Rocky Mountains. The Calgary Stampede is undoubtedly Calgary's best-known visitor attraction. This event, featuring a large parade and world-class rodeo, draws more than a million people each year. The host city of the 1988 Winter Olympic Games takes pride in its sporting legacy.
Of course, it's worth remembering that Calgary's skyline is framed by the Rockies, an hour's drive away.
Other local Calgary information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -114°3'39.6
- Latitude: 51°2'25.44
Loch Gallery - 1516 4 Street Sw
Loch Gallery is family owned and operated since 1972. We specialize in Canadian and European historical works of significance and established contemporary artists with an emphasis on paintings and sculptures. Collecting art is a journey; it will enrich your life and enhance your investment. It is the culmination of a relationship between the artist, the collector and the dealer.
The Roadhouse - 840 9 Avenue Sw
The Roadhouse Nightclub is Calgary's hottest nightclub & bar of choice found in the heart of Calgary's nightlife. Open every Thursday to Sunday!
Gainsborough Galleries Ltd - 441 5 Avenue Sw
Gainsborough Galleries is Calgary's Longest Established Art Gallery specializing in Fine Art, Bronze Sculptures, Jade and Soapstone Carvings.
Calgary is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Test Days Inn Site, 57 Freeport Cresent NE
- Sharon's B&B for R&R, 244 Cantrell Drive Southwest
- 5 Calgary Downtown Suites, 618 - 5 Avenue Southwest
- Knobhill Room With A View B&B, 2105 - 19th Street Southwest
- Hartwood House Bed & Breakfast, 1727 - 47 Avenue Southwest
- The Ferguson Place, 712 - 4A St. Northeast
- Best Western Hospitality Inn, 135 Southland Drive Southeast