Calgary's newly renovated and affordable accommodation now offers two locations in Motel Village. Visit us and discover the comfort of our newly appointed guest rooms and family suites in an easy and convenient location at excellent rates. At Econo Lodge Motel Village or Econo Lodge Banff Trail, you will 'spend a night, not a fortune!'
Daily rates start from $59 + taxes from October 1, 2001 to March 31, 2002!!!
Low WEEKLY, MONTHLY RATES!!
Close to the University, LRT, SAIT, Olympic Oval.
Great Location. Across the Street from McMahon Stadium.
We stayed in the Red Carpet Inn which is about a 5 minute walk out of the main part of town.
I think we paid about £500 per person for 10 days. Double check when you are booking, especially if there are more than 2 of you - we only found out about 6 weeks before travelling that 4 of us would be sharing one room - yeah right - I don't think soooooo!!!!! We contacted the travel agents and explained that as the only girl going I was not sharing a room!! They explained that most rooms in Banff are based on 4 sharing so they wanted extra cash off us (about £50) as under occupancy payments and we had to change our departure date to a week later! Travel Agents are ***e!
The rooms were a decent size and the view from any bedroom was spectacular (pic to be added). There were two jacuzzi's which was great to relieve those aching legs after a day's boarding! The bus which takes you to the various mountains also stops right outside which is very handy!
When I stayed in Calgary, I slept in the Best Western 'Village Park Inn' just a few miles from the airport. It was well located, just off the highway, and was near to the University of Calgary. There was a great view of the skyline from out back. Across the road was a Denny's for breakfast purposes, and for dinner, there was a quaint restaurant in the hotel serving burgers, steaks, and things like that.
$60 for a double room.
Very nice location!
Depends on season. But, if you are being romantic, does it really matter???
A wonderful place to spend a quiet romantic weekend. Rooms equipped with wood burning fireplace, claw footed bathtubs, and beds have feather duvets. Need I say more!!
Caribou Lodge or Ptarmigan Inn
Price ranges depending on the season but $110 in winter is usually the going rate.
Nothing SUPER unique unless you stay in one of the Loft style rooms which are fabulous but in my mind outrageously expensive. Apparently they offer some decent ski packages as well.
The Banff Springs Hotel is excellent. The service is great. I was on a weekend package that included valet parking and breakfast. Try and get a room in the Manor house section. It has its own entrance and you can avoid the masses. Check out the airline package deals. American Airlines has a two for one night stay package. (I met someone that was taking advantage of the AA deal. It even included the breakfast!) The hotel looks like an old style European resort hotel that lookes like a castle. There is plenty of info on the web.
The price of the room was 210 Canadian ($140USD)
The interior of the building looks like a castle. It has been renovated and the attention to details is excellent. The spa looked great too.
I personally have never stayed in a hotel in Calgary, but I often book trips for staff there. They usually stay at Comfort Inn & Suites, TravelLodge or Holiday Inn.
depends on the time of year as with most places. Can run from $80 to $150/night.
There are some fabulous places to stay when visiting Calgary and area. The Canadian Pacific Hotels are beautiful (but pricey); the Palliser Hotel in Calgary, the world reknown Banff Springs Hotel in Banff and the Chateau Lake Louise in L.L.. If you have the cash it's the way to go.
In the mountain towns Summer is the expensive season so you will pay much more.
When it comes to budget accomodation there are hostels in Calgary and throughout the Banff National Park. I haven't been so I can't give specifics on these.
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