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What you should know about Downtown Calgary

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Calgary is Alberta's largest city, and its dense downtown area features blocks and blocks of skyscrapers, office towers, and shopping malls. While you're here, see art and historical exhibitions at the massive Glenbow Museum, check out the view from Calgary Tower's 1,228-metre-high observation deck, or indulge in retail therapy at the CORE Shopping Centre. There's an adequate selection of hotels in downtown Calgary, generally consisting of mid-range to upmarket options. If you want to save on lodging in downtown Calgary, consider avoiding the summer months of June to August, when tourism is at its peak and hotel prices are at their highest. Room rates are much more affordable from November to March. The brutally cold winter may be too harsh for some visitors, but ideal for those who are into winter sports.

What are the Top Hotels in Downtown Calgary

Welcoming guests since 1914, The Fairmont Palliser, Calgary is located next to the Calgary Tower. This sophisticated hotel features a restaurant, a health club, an indoor pool, and a full-service spa. At the International Hotel and Spa Calgary, Calgary, guests enjoy free perks such as buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi. There's a restaurant, an indoor pool, and ski storage. The gym is open 24/7, so you can squeeze in a workout anytime. A 7-minute walk from the CORE Shopping Centre, The Westin Calgary, Calgary offers refined accommodation, along with a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a health club. Ski storage is also provided.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Downtown Calgary?

There are a few hotels just a stone's throw away from the Glenbow Museum, which showcases impressive art, culture, and history collections. Staying in this area means you're also close to the Olympic Plaza, a sprawling park built for the medal presentation ceremonies of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games. You can also choose from the hotels along 4th Ave SW, which borders Calgary's Chinatown. Here, you'll be surrounded by a wide array of Asian shops and eateries, including Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese restaurants.

What are Hotels like in Downtown Calgary?

Hotels in downtown Calgary are generally well-appointed. You can expect to find at least one wellness facility, such as a fitness centre, a spa, or an indoor or outdoor pool; some refined hotels have all three. Free Wi-Fi is standard, and a number of lodging options also provide complimentary buffet breakfast. The neighbourhood's upscale venues typically feature restaurants and bars. As far as room amenities are concerned, you'll find a lot of reasonably priced suites offering kitchens with stovetops and microwaves. Some also have separate living rooms.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Downtown Calgary?

Downtown Calgary's cheapest hotels have price tags that range from $150 to $190, while the swankiest properties in the neighbourhood will set you back between $280 and $550. There isn't really a need to splurge on fancy venues, since the hotels that cost around $150 already have restaurants, pools, and fitness centres. Nonetheless, your stay in downtown Calgary can be made much more affordable by Hotel.com's great rates and special deals. For instance, a room in one upmarket hotel can go down to $303 from $546, while a mid-range suite with a separate living room and kitchen can cost $157 instead of $228.

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