Lakeview Signature Inn Calgary Airport
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsLakeview Signature Inn Calgary Airport
Great facilities, close to airport and about 20mins from the city.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Lakeview Signature Inn Calgary Airport
Travel Blogs from Calgary
We met up with Clare, Adam and family to do the drive to Lake Louise. We stopped for lunch and then visited Johnson Canyon. On the way we also saw Storm Mountain and an Elk on the side of the road. When we arrived at Lake Louise there was no power so Bryan and I went for a walk to the lake and also looked at Lake Moraine.
... to get by the carry on standards better. The store salesman told me that absolutely it would fit. Of course I get to the airport (within 2 hours of purchasing my new luggage) and found it didn't go into the carry on measuring device. I was so mad! I figured it was slightly smaller than my dakine luggage so I'd try to bring it on the plane anyway. The luggage actually for beautifully in the overhead bin! Hopefully it'll be smooth sailing from here on ...
... boots, but they cost a fortune! Just to wear at the Stampede Festival. After walking along for a while it started to rain, so we headed into a shopping mall. In Calgary you can walk through downtown all indoors as the shops and stuff are connected by glass corridors. Apparently it's nice at Christmas when it's freezing as you don't need to go outside.
It reached tea time so Michelle suggested we went to a Vietnamese Restaurant that ...
... from manufacturers I'd never heard of, as well as some better known vehicles, like the luxurious Cord Sports Car ... as well as the mundane Ford Model T's and later Ford and 'big name' manufacturers.
The site is set up to represent Canada (well, the Prarie provinces, anyway) as it was in the very late 19th and pre-WW1 20th century for the most part, though it does have ...
... after such a long time and still be on the same journey. Weird, but kind of cool as well ;) The connecting flight to Calgary was operated by Air Canada. They donīt offer any food for free, but there was an individual entertainment programm and so I could catch up on some movies. Also on the flight NYC-Ottawa I was on the smallest plane ever - a bombardier. It had only twelve rows and two seats on each side, so 24 seats in total. ...