The Westin Calgary
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Köppel Graz
The Westin Hotel presents very well, oth from the street and inside the doors. We visited during the Clagary Stampede, 2013 and the place was certainly rockin.
Very well located in my view with a short walk bringing you to a range of shopping areas. There is plenty of restaurant variety within a reasonable distance if you don't feel like eating at the hotel's own restaurants.
We were originally booked into the International hotel until the floods closed it down so I was very happy my wife persisted with the people at Rocky Mountaineer and had us rehoused in this hotel rather than where they planned to put us out of town.
During the Stampede part of a street parade each day commences from outside the hotel (in fact under our room this time) which is very entertaining - don't worry its mid-morning :-)
The staff were great, the food in The Keg was excellent and the barman pretty good if you just want a drink at the bar.
Our second day at the Stampede we walked the half hour back to the hotel.
Would certainly stay here again.
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