Sheraton Cavalier Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Cavalier Hotel Calgary
We stayed @ this hotel for the long weekend. The Sheraton has a Calgary Zoo package that we purchased. The package is great because the zoo is close, and easy to get to. The hotel was squeaky clean, bright, and open. The staff were ALL great to us, and our son, he is 2 and he really loved this place! The food is very good! Room service is QUICK, and A+. Also close to a large mall, and many restaraunts if you really need to leave the hotel:)
Thank you for a great weekend!
Be back soon
the beds rule!
I am a travel agent from Red Deer and I found this hotel to be above average. As we walked in we were impressed with the lobby and the staff. Once we got to the room we were again impressed as it was a nice size room with a king size bed, a couch, and a coffee table. The beds are so comfortable. Every bed has a featherbed on it - and you can't beat the sleep you get. It feels like the bed hugs you as you sleep, its nice. Great restaurants on property - including award winning Carvers steakhouse. Even though we only spent a couple nights here we were very impressed. The staff is courteous and friendly and willing to help in anyway. Lobby and look of the hotel are top notch. We did not get a chance to use the pool or waterslide - will get to do that next time. I will definately stay here again, we were very impressed.
Stay here. Even for fun Calgarians!
I am from Calgary, and decided to try this hotel, even if it was in my city...
We were in room 411, a suite, that is on the 4th floor.
Average. Nothing special, but don't get me wrong, nothing bad either. Just average.
I have no idea, as I never ate at the hotel, as it is too expensive.
Best in town. Really- come here just for the pool. 2 waterslides, which are really great!!!
Front lobby look-
Very modern. It will draw you into the hotel on its own.
Close to resterants, and the Calgary airport. Shuttle runs to/from airport (YYC)
Very nice. The decor is really neat. I was amazed when I walked into that room.
I hope I brought a good review to everyone. If you have questions, feel free to e-mail me. I will stay here again, just for a night away from the hustle and bustle of Calgary. I recommend this hotel to everyone.
High Price...Great Water Slide...not realy Water Park like West Ed!
We stayed here April 4-7. The rooms are a nice size and the Beds have a feather bed cover which is super soft. Bed also has no lack of pillows.
Cleaning staff alsways did a great job!
Water slide is great but not really worth the $149 price tag. The kids loved it but I would not stay again if not for the kids.
Colours is a great restuarant but the breakfast is a bit pricey at $11.99 for 2 eggs bacon toast and a few hasbrowns.
If price was a bit lower I would come back again....
Price Bad, The Rest Good.
Very nice hotel! Great rooms and waterslide only problem is the bad price.
Great start to a holiday
We chose to stay in Calgary for the first two nights of our holiday to Western Canada - after a 9 hour flight to Calgary, the 10 minute drive to the hotel was very welcome. The hotel is easy to find. The room was large enough and ver comfortable. We then headed to the pool - two great waterslides and big hot tub. The swimming pool was a little too small though for serious swimming.
Colors restaurant had a good child friendly menu and with choices for vegetarians. The contiental buffet breakfast was great value.
We would stay again the next time we fly into Calgary.
I loved this hotel. The rooms were very upscale but the best part was.... the waterslides! They weren't too busy and the game room was quite fun too. The hotel is close to some restaurants and the staff is very kind. A great stay!
A modern hotel located in a nondescript suburban location on a busy crossroads mid-way between Calgary Airport and down-town, close to the Trans-Canada. It does most things reasonably well, and a plus is the uncommonly helpful attitude of the staff.
Very clean and inviting
We recently stayed at the Sheraton Cavalier and found it to be wonderful. Our room was very clean and inviting. We had fun on the waterslides, and Had a great sleep in the very comfortable king size bed. I usually can't sleep well in hotels, however this was the one exeption! The service is excellent right down to the airport shuttle service to and from the airport. We had a chance to go for dinner at Carver's steakhouse located in the hotel. Very delicious, however a tad bit on the expensive side. There are many restaurants surrounding the hotel if price is an issue. We will deffinately be returning for another stay at this hotel in the future.
Good family hotel
Very nice, clean hotel -- courteous staff, and conveniently located by the airport and within easy driving distance to area attractions.
Stayed with two children -- ages 4 and 20 months. The big draws are the pool's two slides. The area around the hotel is strip-mall central, but lots of restaurants. (The on-site restaurants are o.k.) Very pleasant stay.
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