Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macle

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9206 Macleod Trail South, Calgary, Alberta, T2J 0P5, Canada
Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macleod Trail
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Excellent
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Very Good
7%
11
Average
12%
18
Poor
22%
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Terrible
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83

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Costs 42% less but rated 63% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families15
  • Couples9
  • Solo25
  • Business16

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Car and trailer Rental

by stuartg433

We are planning a trip to Calgary in June and would prefer to camp. Can you advise rental companies who would rent a 4x4 car and a trailer or popup trailer tent. Alternatively are lodges on camp grounds available for 1 to 2 nights
Are there any guide books to back country trails and forrest roads

Re: Car and trailer Rental

by GrumpyDiver

Forests near Calgary? Nope, not unless you count the National Parks (Banff, et al. and get into the Rockies) Head any direction other than west, you are into the prairies and the wheat fields, with very few trees. Head west and you are into the mountains.

If you want hiking trails, check Amazon.ca they have books. Forest roads, check the National Park maps.

Re: Car and trailer Rental

by Babcia

Grumpy is right - no forests in Calgary, which is a big city. You'll have to drive west or southwest. As for guidebooks, you could try to find some of the Backroad Mapbooks for Alberta (I'm not sure whether they are still in print but you see them everywhere that travellers go in the summer).

Re: Car and trailer Rental

by Camping_Girl

There are plenty of back-roads and foresty roads west of Calgary. I'd be happy to offer some suggestions but first need to know how far out of the city you'd be interested in travelling.

Travel Tips for Calgary

Inglewood Bird Sanctuary in Calgary

by omehes

I love the many beautiful and large parks around the city, one of them being the bird sanctuary along the river Bow. A great place to see different kind of birds and deers in the 34-hectare park located in a federal migratory bird sanctuary in Calgary. The site is dominated by a mature, riparian forest.

Go up to Canmore, a small town...

by jimbrownlee

Go up to Canmore, a small town just before you reach Banff National Park. You'll find its not so busy as Banff but lovely just the same. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains and the Bow river running through, a nice pub and a beer. great.

The White Hat Welcome

by krissyM

It is a Calgary Tradition to welcome important visitors to the city by giving them a white cowboy hat. This white cowboy hat is both a symbol a Calgary's history and hospiltality.

The tradition of giving a white cowboys to visiting dignitaries began shortly after WWII. In 1946, local hat maker Morris Shumaitcher of Smithbilt Hats decided produce pure white cowboy hats. However, he ended up having to send away to Russia to buy the white felt to make his hats. The family of oilman Bill Herron debuted the white hats in the Stampede Parade of 1947. They ended up winning the "best dressed" prize with their matching black and white outfits, horses, saddle and bridles.

The same year, the Calgary Stampeders made it to the Grey Cup final in Toronto to play Ottawa. The unofficial costume of the fans were white cowboy hats and western style scarves worn around the neck. The mayor of Toronto was also presented with a 10 gallon white cowboy hat.

In 1950 Don MacKay was elected mayor of Calgary and began giving the hats as gifts. And this began the tradition of the White hat!

You won't need much in the City

by scottishvisitor

A small rucksack is always useful to store your bottled water, some munchies, maps notebook and pen or anything else you may need for a day's sightseeing. If you plan to walk about in the city and not use transport - good walking shoes or comfortable trainers are a must. If you come with two boots - don't go home with just one! Take your own prescribed medication with you but otherwise everything is available down town Who would forget a camera? Don't forget spare batteries and spare camera chip

Ice Skating with sticks!!!

by spartan

I have always wanted to attend a pro hockey game and I got the opportunity to do just that this on New Years Eve (2002). The Calgary Flames played to a 1 - 1 tie against the Montréal Canadiens. Bring gear to support the team and warm clothes as it can get chilly in the Saddledome because of the ice

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 Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macle

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Address: 9206 Macleod Trail South, Calgary, Alberta, T2J 0P5, Canada