Delta Bow Valley Hotel

Address: 209 4th Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta, T2G 0C6, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Calgary, is near Glenbow Museum, Olympic Plaza, Stillwater Spa, and Alberta Theatre Projects.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Bow Valley Hotel Calgary

      Reviewed by doug_walker_246

      Good location with easy parking

      Reviewed Jul 13, 2014
      by (39 reviews) Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      First impression was of a tired hotel with floor coverings worn but perhaps due to winter conditions! Pleasant greeting and talked into a $40 / day upgrade (higher floor and buffet brekkie). Room OK and comfortable with free Wi-Fi and a fridge albeit $20 a day extra for parking! Expensive overall for what you got but we did get the tail end of the Stampede weekend. Short walk to town centre and restaurants. All in all not bad

      Bow River from Hotel window
      Calgary, Canada

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      Reviewed by npleblanc

      Convenient with great views

      Reviewed May 24, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Fredericton , Canada Flag of Canada

      Just in town for the weekend the hotel was perfect to use as a base to explore the downtown. Staying on a higher floor our room was clean with a great view. Service was excellent, we would certainly stay here again.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Historical Traveler Reviews Delta Bow Valley Hotel Calgary



      This hotel was fantastic - in a really good location in downtown Calgary. The rooms were really clean, and the staff were very helpful. The hotel pool and jacuzzi was a real plus. Would definitely recommed this place for value for money.

      Service At It's Best


      My wife and I cannot say enough about the friendliness of the staff especially the bellman. They were extremely helpful and friendly.

      The Hotel's beds are great, no sore backs here. I would certainly strongly recommend this hotel to any traveler. The hot tub and pool were nice touches after a long day of travel

      Excellent Stay


      My boyfriend and I stayed at the Delta Bow Vally for one night on March 4th. We chose this hotel because it was right in the middle of downtown, and also because we got a very good rate for this type of hotel. We were not dissapointed at all once we got there. The staff were all poliet and helpful. They let us check in more than an hour early, which was really nice because we didn't have to find something to do to kill time. The room was very nice and clean, and everything was in working order. We are planning on returning to Calgary this summer, and we hope to stay at the Delta Bow Vally again!

      Great staff, good location, comfy rooms


      We were happy to find a great rate for this hotel on Expedia. And when we checked in, ahhh, nothing like throwing open those curtains and seeing the view of the river from the 14th floor. The king bed was comfy, the room was clean and comfortable, the staff was friendly - what more could you want?

      Well, ok, the TV is a bit small (or do I just need glasses?), and they should put a minifridge into that huge armoire (there's even an empty spot for it!). The hotel feels a tiny bit like a business hotel, but definitely a nice one, and no one snooted at me for being a Calgary tourist. I would not have a problem staying there again, if I could get that great weekend rate as well ;-)

      Home away from Home


      Prior to my retirement Delta Bow Valley Calgary was home to me as for over a year I stayed weekdays at the Delta and flew home to Vancouver for the weekends. During this time I can't say enough about the hospitality, congeniality and always present kinship I experienced with all the personnel without exception while staying there. I thank them all

      Ron Williams

      Great Hotel


      Great location, excellent service, huge comfortable rooms

      LOVED this hotel!


      I LOVED this hotel. We stayed here on our first and last nights in between a stay in the Canadian Rockies. Initally, we had only planned on one night; we liked it so much at the Delta Bow Valley that we returned for our last night. The service was great; the restaurant was excellent (wonderful breakfast buffet); the pool and jacuzzi were great; the Conceirge was very helpful. It was just a terrific, classy hotel - and we'd return in a minute if we're ever in Calgary again!

      Great base to explore the city


      I have to go to Calgary three or four times a year and always stay at the Delta Bow. The staff are friendly and the service is good and efficient. Atfer a long trip from the UK it is nice to arrive somewhere welcoming and where you feel at home.The rooms are looking a little dated but are clean and up to the standard you expect from the Delta chain. Will be back in Calgary in January or February and will be back.

      All the comforts of home


      Great Stay, had all the amenities needed: restaurants, pool, lounge, business services, ect....but what makes me return (stay here all the time) is the staff....they are always looking for ways to make my stay more comfortable.

      Excellent Service Makes the Difference


      The personalized service made us feel very welcome by the staff. Many of them got to know our names during our five day stay, but beyond that, they presented a standard of excellence that made us want to return to the Delta Bow Valley when we go back to Calgary. Our experience with the hotel's food was very good, and certainly reinforced our impression of the hotel. Two thumbs-up, and an unqualified recommendation.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Bow Valley Hotel Calgary

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Watch out for the stampede ...

      A travel blog entry by doug_walker_246 on Jul 13, 2014

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      Day 15 (Sunday): Early start with $58 fixed cab ride to airport which is well out of town! Brekkie courtesy of Tim Horton's (Canada's answer to McDonalds) then a pleasant 4 hour flight from Toronto in the pointy end of the plane (we paid $45 each extra after learning they had booked us into separate seats in rows 18 & 20!). Stewardess was best …

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      Bow River from Hotel window
      Calgary, Canada