The beautiful city of Calgary is full of attractions and adventures all year round. Attractions near Calgary include some famous parks and places. Weekend in Calgary is a perfect time to explore the city with your loved ones. We are sure, that, as couples you would not like to miss the following places in Calgary and visiting them at different time during the day will surely rejuvenate your spirit and love. Weekend in Calgary is nothing but romantic especially when you are with your partner and want nothing but some quality time.
Weekend in Calgary
Some of the places that you can visit during your weekend in Calgary are as follows:-
Of course, our hotel, the Airport Travellers’ Inn & Suites provides you an excellent opportunity to enjoy couple’s weekend in Calgary at your own pace. The hotel has extremely easy access to all major highways. Canada Olympic Park, the ski jumping, luge, and bobsledding venue for the 1988 Winter Olympics, is a must-see. Currently used for recreational purposes and high-performance athletic training, the Olympic Park is the happy medium between skiing and snowboarding and not having to drive a long distance to a mountain.
We at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites guarantee you a comfortable stay in the north east community of Calgary. We are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and downtown Calgary and provide wide range of amenities. Check out our rooms and discount details. We also accept cash for deposit.
Calgary is Canada’s youngest city and so it’s imbued with a fresh energy, and more entrepreneurial spirit than ever as the local economy increasingly diversifies beyond oil.
Stay in Calgary visit:
If you are planning for Calgary visit, we would recommend, Airport Travellers Inn & Suites for your stay. It is a budget hotel near Calgary airport and downtown Calgary that also accepts cash for Deposit. This cheap hotel in Calgary offers a wide range of amenities including, 24-hour front desk, free continental breakfast, gym, laundry facility, bar and free WiFi. The Hotel is approved by the Government of the province of Alberta and is about fifteen (15) minutes from the Calgary airport (YYC) and the city centre.
If you go to Calgary you have to experience Stephen Avenue in downtown. Here you will find live performances, music, artists etc. This place is close to major shopping centres and has some best restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars in the city. It also has some wonderful boutiques and galleries. Eau Claire Market and Kensington, Calgary’s urban village are also great spots to visit. The city of Calgary also offers free self-guided heritage tours available for a nominal fee.
Fish Creek Provincial Park, is one of the largest urban parks in Canada with over 200 bird species, walking and biking trails. It also has world-class trout fishing in the Bow River. Another great birding spot is The Inglewood Bird Sanctuary and Nature Center. It has more than 250 different bird species. For some of the most beautiful hiking trails this side of Banff, Alberta trek over to Glenmore Park. If you’re in the heart of the city and seeking out a relaxing respite from the hustle and bustle, Prince’s Island Park is perfect and you must see during your Calgary visit.
Contemporary art aficionados will appreciate the cool stuff at the The New Gallery and the Truck Gallery. Experimental art lovers will find the Stride Gallery to be a perspective-altering outing. Art Central is another hip spot to explore. Check out for free stuff to be done in Calgary and attractions in Calgary.
Dine and drink:
Explore entire 17th Ave SW to find ideal pub or bar for yourself. 17 Avenue SW is a major east-west arterial road in the south-west quadrant of the city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Between the Calgary Stampede Grounds and 14 Street SW, it is a commercial street, with bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and shops, which has been designated a Business Revitalization Zone. Stephen Avenue in downtown is also a nice place to drop by if you are in search of good pubs and restaurants and is also a place you must see during your Calgary visit.
Airport Travellers Inn & Suites is a cheap Calgary hotel located in the North-East community. We are about fifteen (15) minutes from both the airport and the downtown Calgary. This hotel is the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers alike. We provide a wide range of amenities to our guests. Check out our rooms and discount details.
Our Non-Smoking rooms and ample parking space
Our non-smoking hotel offers amenities like guest laundry facilities, and free overnight parking for your car, bus, truck, or RV makes us the best Calgary airport hotel in town where cash deposit is accepted.
Calgary Stampede and more
Experience the action of the Calgary Stampede, one of the premier rodeos in North America. Explore Calgary Zoo which is just 10 minutes away from our hotel. Learn about the world through interactive exhibits at the Telus World of Science. Head to downtown Calgary for shopping, entertainment, and incredible views from Calgary Tower. For a day of family fun, visit Calgary Amusement Park, with its many rides, games, and shows. Check out here on how to spend 48 hours in Calgary and also the essential travel checklist for your Calgary trip.
Travelling can be a lot of fun but packing and preparing for a trip can be stressful. Forgotten items can cause an inconvenience at best and at worst they can totally derail your trip. Have you ever arrived at the airport and realized you forgot your passport? Or even worse, a family member? We at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites help you sort out this stuff.
This essential travel packing checklist will help you make sure you don’t forget anything important on your next trip:
Before You Leave
There are a number of things that you should do before you leave to make sure that you have nothing to worry about when you are away.
- Empty your fridge
- Unplug appliances
- Have the post office hold your mail
- Confirm your itinerary
- Find someone to take care of your house and/or pets
- Lock your windows and doors
Forgetting to pack your favourite t-shirt might be slightly inconvenient, but there are a few items that are absolutely essential to remember.
- Travel tickets
- Loyalty and bank cards
- Health and travel insurance documents
- Your itinerary
- Important addresses and contact information
Your carry-on is all about convenience. Pack things that will make your flight more comfortable and items you will need once you arrive at your destination.
- Electronic devices, headphones, chargers
- Books, language and travel guides
- Comfort items like a blanket, neck pillow, or eye mask
- Prescriptions and health items like hand sanitizer
This is the main bag that you will use to pack the rest of the items you need for your trip.
- Lightweight clothing that can be layered
- Jewellery and accessories
Also, check out here some important stuff to carry for your Alberta trip.
This checklist will help you make sure you have everything you need to enjoy your next trip without a hitch.
We at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites guarantee you a comfortable stay in the northeast community of Calgary. We are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and downtown Calgary and provide a wide range of amenities. Check out our rooms and discount details.
Here are some free stuffs to do in Calgary during your stay at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites. We are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and provide affordable stay in Calgary. Check out our rooms and discount details along with following places to visit:-
If you go to Calgary you have to experience Stephen Avenue in downtown. Here you will find live performances, music, artists etc. This place is close to major shopping centers and has some best restaurants, pubs, cafes and bars in the city. It also has some wonderful boutiques and galleries. Eau Claire Market and Kensington, Calgary’s urban village are also great spots to visit. The city of Calgary also offers free self-guided heritage tours available for a nominal fee.
A walk through Downtown
A walk through the downtown, riverside and china town is also a great way to know Calgary like locals.
Contemporary art aficionados will appreciate the cool stuff at the The New Gallery and the Truck Gallery. Experimental art lovers will find the Stride Gallery to be a perspective-altering outing. Art Central is another hip spot to explore. Here admission is free and you’ll find everything from paintings and sculptures to jewelry, flower arranging and clothing.
TD Devonian Gardens is a tropical escape in the middle of the city, with amazing stuff including over 20,000 species of plants. Satisfy your appetite to know more about grain production and transportation at the Grain Academy Museum. Admission is complimentary and through interactive displays, you can try threshing the grain, blowing the chaff and grinding the grain.
Parks in Calgary
Fish Creek Provincial Park, is one of the largest urban parks in Canada with over 200 bird species, walking and biking trails. It also has world-class trout fishing in the Bow River. Another great birding spot is The Inglewood Bird Sanctuary and Nature Center. It has more than 250 different bird species. For some of the most beautiful hiking trails this side of Banff, Alberta trek over to Glenmore Park. Nearby is Weaselhead Flats, a park area that lies at the foot of the Elbow River and features unique wildlife to the area like Common Loons and Tundra Swans. If you’re in the heart of the city and seeking out a relaxing respite from the hustle and bustle, Prince’s Island Park is perfect.
Travelling anywhere is fun and it could be even better if you are well prepared. If you’re planning to visit Alberta this year, make sure you pack everything you’ll need. For your Calgary trip you need to focus on the list of items and get ready before hand. Here are some suggestions to get you started:
Temperatures in Alberta during the summer typically range from 15°C to 23°C. The temperature in the afternoon in July and August can climb as high as 30°C+ but be prepared for chilly mornings. Alberta has an average of 330 days of sunshine annually. Expect thunderstorms, rain and even hail, which can appear and disappear rather quickly. Here are some of the things to make sure you have in your suitcase:
- Comfortable pants (jeans, cotton or linen trousers, athletic pants)
- Shorts or skirts
- T-shirts and sleeveless tank tops
- Sweatshirts or light sweaters
- Light jacket (waterproof, windproof and lightly lined is ideal)
- Running shoes, or comfortable walking shoes/sandals
- Golf attire (if you are planning to play)
- Sunglasses and a hat
- Sunscreen and mosquito repellent
- Umbrella or small waterproof poncho
- Dress/skirt (women); dinner jacket, pants (men)
Like many cold-weather mountain destinations, the weather in Alberta, can be fickle. It’s wise to dress in layers so you can peel some off if conditions warm up. Here’s what you should pack:
- Warm pants
- Sweaters or long-sleeved shirts
- Warm winter jacket (waterproof and windproof highly recommended)
- Running shoes, or warm walking shoes/boots
- Winter insulated boots -Warm socks -Winter hat (fleece/wool)
- Gloves or mitts (two pairs, preferably thermal as it can get very cold)
- Scarf -Fleece sweater or vest
- Other clothing ideal for layering
- Skis, ski boots, ski poles, helmet if you are planning to hit the slopes (and if you have not previously arranged rentals with Travel Alberta)
If you’re planning to go skiing or snowboarding in Alberta, the following items are required:
- Warm hat
- Scarf/neck warmer
- Water resistant jacket
- Water resistant snow pants
- Thermal pants and top (not cotton)
- Waterproof thermal gloves
- Several warm layers
- Warm socks
STAYING IN CALGARY
Don’t worry about that during your Calgary trip. We have got you covered. Airport Traveller’s Inn & Suites, Calgary-Airport, AB is located midway between downtown Calgary and Calgary International Airport (YYC). We are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and provide wide range of amenities and option for savings. Also, check attractions near Calgary to explore during your visit. Also, it would be a great idea to contact the hotel before hand and avail up to 30% discounts on select dates. Check out on how to spend 48 hours in Calgary.
Calgary is situated between some pretty amazing locations and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Enjoy your stay in Calgary with Airport Traveller’s Inn & Suites, we are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and downtown Calgary. The beautiful city of Calgary is full of attractions and adventures all year round. Attractions near Calgary include some famous parks and places.
Attractions near Calgary
Some of them are as follows:-
Travelling to Calgary ? A great value for both business travelers and families, the Airport Traveller’s Inn & Suites, our Calgary airport hotel is located midway between downtown Calgary and Calgary International Airport. If you have time to explore, stroll through downtown Calgary or spend the day at the renowned Calgary Zoo, both about 15 minutes from the hotel. We are a budget hotel that provide a wide range of amenities. Checkout our Calgary airport hotel page to know more about offers and the facilities that we offer.
Travelling to Calgary
Families love our free coffee, offered around the clock, and travelling sports teams appreciate our on-site fitness center. If you need to stay connected, take advantage of free WiFi. On-site amenities include:
- Free Continental Breakfast
- 24/7 Front Desk
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Parking
- 24/7 Denny’s Restaurant in our premises
- MACS Convenience Store, Liquor Store, Medical Store nearby.
Calgary is a beautiful city in the Canadian province of Alberta. It is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province. Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Winter Olympic Games. The city of Calgary is recognized for its high quality of life. Here are some important stuff about Calgary, including the Travel Trips for Calgary. Alberta is the only province in Canada without a provincial sales tax (PST). The Government of Canada charges five per cent goods and services tax (GST) on most purchases.
TRAVEL TIPS FOR CALGARY
Here’s a bunch of stuff that’s good to know before you get here. You’ll find everything from packing tips to park entry and wildlife safety. Read on.
WHAT TO PACK
Our most important travel tips for Calgary starts with the weather in Alberta. It can change quickly so it’s best to dress in layers in any season. Warm jackets, boots, scarves, mittens and hats are a must in our winter months. Bring a hat and sunglasses to provide protection from strong sunlight.
HEALTH AND INSURANCE
Alberta’s health-care plan does not cover out-of-province visitors. Clarify your coverage with your personal insurance carrier before entering Alberta as you may wish to obtain additional health insurance.
NATIONAL PARK ENTRY
Park passes are required for entry into any national park in Canada. You can buy a day pass at a park gate, but if you intend to spend time in any of Canada’s national parks, consider an annual Parks Canada Discovery Pass. With it, you can visit more than 100 national parks, marine conservation areas and historic sites across Canada. Passes are not required for entering our provincial parks or recreation areas.
Here are some travel tips for Calgary when you are planning to explore wildlife.
WILDLIFE SAFETY, FISHING AND HUNTING REGULATIONS
When you are in our forests and mountains remember you are in bear country. You can also expect to see other large animals such as moose, elk, deer, bighorn sheep and mountain goats. Never attempt to approach, harass or feed any wild animal. When on foot, keep a safe distance at all times – at least 100 m (more than 300 ft). Most animals will avoid you if they can hear you coming, so make lots of noise when hiking.
Fishing licenses outside the national parks can be purchased from select sporting goods stores, convenience stores and some gas stations. Hunting regulations and special licensing requirements vary depending on the type of hunting. Hunting is prohibited in National parks.
We at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites are a cash deposit hotel in the north east community of Calgary. We are proud Calgary airport hotel that is ideally located between the airport and downtown Calgary. Despite being a budge hotel in Calgary, we provide wide range of amenities. Check out our rooms and discount details. If your visit to Calgary is short, you can still explore lots of places. Checkout our the details here.
Adventure Sports near Calgary
Adventure sports near Calgary: Many know Calgary as the gateway to Rocky mountain adventures. You’ll find just as much excitement as a participant or spectator within the city limits. Rock climbing, bull riding, hockey, mountain biking, lacrosse and every kind of snow and ice sport are the local specialties.
- Calgary Stampeders
- Calgary Flames
- Calgary Roughnecks
- Spruce Meadows
- Fly Fishing in the Bow
- Olympic Oval – Skating
- Floating on the Elbow River
- Hot Air Balloon Ride
- Shaw Millenium Park, heaven for skateboarders
- Calgary Polo Club
- Calgary Climbing Centre
- Mountain Biking at WinSport
- Biking, Walking, Running the Trail System
- Glenmore Reservoir – Sail/Canoe/Kayak/Bike
Stay in Calgary:
We at Airport Travellers Inn & Suites guarantee you a comfortable stay in the north east community of Calgary. We are a budget hotel near Calgary airport and downtown Calgary and provide wide range of amenities. Check out our rooms and discount details.