Delta Calgary Airport

Address: 2001 Airport Rd NE, Calgary, Alberta, T2E 6Z8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Northeast Calgary area of Calgary, is near Shakers Family Fun Centre, Aero Space Museum, SilverCity, and SpacePort.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Delta Calgary Airport



      Wonderful access to airport. Dropped off rental car and walked into the lobby. Room on 8th floor had a great view of the city. Great place to stay before leaving Calgary.

      Highly Convenient


      For the second year in a row, I decided to utilise the service and amenities of the Delta Calgary Airport in March. Though I must say that my experience was more enjoyable the first year, the second year was also adequate.

      One of the key benefits of this hotel is its location. As soon as one has collected one's bags from the Canadian carousel, one simply has to take an elevator and push a cart over to the front doors of the hotel. It is also conveniently located to the rental car office and garage.

      Another asset is the kind service. The bellmen, check-in staff, and servers in the restaurant have always been unbelievably personable. Though the rooms are quite small, they are equipped will all the necessities that a regular traveler may require. However, some rooms face the lobby of the hotel as their window and do not have a view of the outside. This would become rather depressing overtime, though it is fine for an excursion of a single night.

      The only issue that occurred during my second stay was at breakfast. Since the breakfast was included in our rate, we were only able to dine from the underfilled Continental Breakfast selection. This was rather demoralising. Furthermore, the head waiter was quite discriminatory, in my opinion: she showed another couple to a table who had arrived after us at the restaurant.

      The satisfying element of this displeasing experience was that I was able to write the manager of the hotel and receive a free room in the next twelve months: a true portrayal of the hotel's service.

      Excellent hotel for flights to US


      Excellent hotel for early morning flight to US. Bellman was excellent- gave us custom forms, told us what time we needed to be at airport check-in, and took our bags to check in counter. Very quiet room. We also enjoyed the Steakhouse at the hotel. The convenience of returning a rental car and immediately walking into the hotel was great.

      Could fault the staff or hotel


      We like most people chose this hotel for the location. We where travelling with a pet and the staff went out of their way to help us and our pet feel welcome. I cannot thank the staff for their kindness and true customer service they provided to us during our overnight stay. The convenience of this hotel is excellent, our room was spacious and clean the return carhire was also right next door. Thanks again.

      Clean and Quiet


      Stayed for the convenience of being right at the airport as we had a flight out the next day. Was very convenient. Should have went and checked our bags and went back to our room instead of wondering around the airport though. Was clean, quiet and very good service and atmosphere. Would stay again. Try to book in advance as the rooms fill up and get more expensive.

      Was okay ...


      Stayed there in the summer of 03 as had an early morning flight out the next day. Quite convenient hotel, really great! The hotel is marginally clean and seems to be overpriced. The restaurant was okay, not overwhelming. The a/c in the room wasn't working very well when I was there and frankly, I was uncomfortable all night long. Then, in hte a.m. when getting ready at 5 a.m., both of us were drying hair with hair dryer and the circuit breaker tripped (interestingly, the same thing happened to us at a hotel in Jasper ... our hairdryers are pretty standard dryers!!). Of course, at that hour, we're not going to wait for somebody to come fix it ... we had a plane to catch! When i mentioned this to the front desk personnel upon checkout, they said "oh really?" and that was it. Would I ever return here? no. I'd go to a nearby hotel and just deal with the shuttle or car rental return in the a.m. This hotel is just not worth it.

      Convenience with a catch


      This is probably the most convenient airport hotel I've ever stayed in!

      It's also comfortable and the service was of a high standard... that is with the exception of the wake-up call. I was catching an early flight and arranged for a wake-up call but it never came! For an airport hotel this is unbelievable and undid all the other merits. Luckily the room's alarm clock was working!

      Good friendly service


      Flying into Calgary this hotel wins on for its convienience, literally just accross the road from the terminal. Great when you have travelled from the uk to Houston and then to Calgary the same day. The accommodation and staff are , from a UK perspective execelent. Value for money i find it good value when compared to rates in and around the UK.

      Convenient location is not all Delta has to offer


      Obviously this is a hotel you stay in for convenience, and it IS convenient. However, the Suites are lovely, with duvets instead of comforters, lots of space, tasteful decorations and all the amenities.

      Had an opportunity to eat two meals at the hotel and both were superlative.

      Overpriced due to convenient location


      You can't beat the location of this hotel - across the street from the airport - that is the only reason I keep staying there. The accommodation is not worth the price charged. It is marginally clean. The front desk staff automatically give you the first available room at the farthest possible point from the elevator, and I now ask to be at least a little closer especially since I always make this trip by myself. As well, being close to the airport I have often been across the hall from a group of partiers heading off on vacation the next morning. Not too restful. Finally, the restaurant doesn't open in time to have breakfast before heading over to the airport for an early (0700) flight back to the U.S. But, the trade-off is that you can turn in your rental car the night before at the airport, and only need to walk across the street to catch a flight. The consolation is that I can have the Tim Horton's coffee and donuts that I miss by living in the U.S. :-) The hotel was better and more modestly-priced before it became part of the Delta chain.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Delta Calgary Airport

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Calgary

      Leaving Calgary!

      A travel blog entry by on Jun 29, 2014

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      Just boarded the first airplane to Toronto, waiting for the usual flight attendant speech and then takeoff!

      Stopover in Calgary

      A travel blog entry by luciiee on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... went back to the city and did some shopping. You need to go shopping there, the boutiques are great. I was back at home for dinner. It gave my favourite food: Lasagne. After dinner we talked all together then because my cousins wanted it we played a game. We had much fun together. At 11.p.m. we all went to bed. The next morning I had to get up at 6.00 a.m. because my flight went at 8.00 ...

      BL #63: Eat Dessert First

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... ago, as I was back in Calgary and driving to the funeral home, to make arrangements for the passing of my dear granny. Even then, I took it as a sign for this trip, a validation of the risk that I was about to take.

      I had decided to do this trip long before my granny's passing, but seeing those words on a restaurant billboard during that time of grief reinforced what I needed to do. So it was quite amusing to come across those words ...

      NEVER under-estimate a trans-atlantic trip!

      A travel blog entry by karin.histon on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... I hissed at Tony

      “EWWWWW MAMA!!! STICKY HANDS!!!!!”…ooooh not now..not now…Puhlease NO AVAIA MELTDOWN NOW..!!!

      ……did I mention I need never to take this trip for granted??……

      We MADE it to the plane with one more elevator, bus ride and stair climb later. Avaia had at this point conked out. Tony’s seat mate on the plane was deliriously happy to sit beside a sleeping 3 year ...

      Tripping the road to the Rodeo

      A travel blog entry by stephkettle on Jun 28, 2014

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      ... nor am I moving there and I didn't even buy a lotto ticket just for kicks! And yes he told me my life was going nowhere. Was I offended?! Not even the slightest! Right now I couldn't care less! But it's also something I can change in the event my life is going nowhere! However, I didn't tell him I was going to Jasper so what would have happened if I did buy a lotto ticket?! I will never know! I was glad when the 10days of stampede finally came to an end. My job was getting ...

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