Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire
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Our first day was a travel day flying from home to Calgary, getting our rental car, and checking into the hotel. After a late lunch at the local mall, we returned to the hotel. I enjoyed a nice 9 mile run along the Bow River's greenbelt in the cool and breezy weather, much different from back home. That evening, we first strolled down to the island …
... To Ely our fantastic Hostess in South Beach.. The best Bartender Shannon at the Stoned Crab.... A boat ride to a fort in the ocean... New Orleans and a battleship.... some great food... likely way to many beers and some good laughs..... The Epic Road Trip II has come to an end!. I hope Ya"All enjoyed the trip with us and the pictures of an amazing country to our south.
The End! ..... until next year :)
... on Sunday filled up suddenly, we decided we would test our luck, and try for a Saturday flight out of Montreal that had 2 seats left!!! So I triple checked my packing before pouring a glass of wine to relax before what was sure to be a stressful travelling day. As the wine was sinking in, a message from my mom confirmed that (of course) the Saturday plane filled up too and we were forced to shoot for Monday. So suddenly I had two extra days in ...
... The Nonnas put them on their laps. Lovely Emma from Ottawa takes out order of a bottle of Chandon for 47CND. Tia has a Sprite, then a ginger something mocktail, then a cranberry and soda cos she didn't like the mocktail. We have a discussion on helicopter travel which is involved in our trip. There are some of our members who are not partaking in that activity but enough said.
So it's off to Calgary Tower, home of the Stampede where the cows go up the elevator ...
... hotel to crash out as it felt like 5 in the morning to us. A bit of a lie in next morning then we were off to Banff at 11am. The it rained, then by the time we'd reached Banff National Park, the rain turned to snow. SNOW a the end of May - ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire
I usually do not travel and stay at any of the Sheraton's, because if things go wrong, they go really wrong.
We love this hotel
This is my husband's and my favorite hotel of all time. Everything about it is wonderful. We live in Calgary but we make a point staying at this hotel once a year. We love it!
Very nice Place To stay
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel. It is in a great location, within walking distance of many restaurants and parks. The suite was nicely furnished with a small sitting room and a bedroom with two queen sized beds.
Hotel staff was incredibly helpful, from the bellmen to the concierge.
The kids loved the waterslide at the pool.
Hotel restaurant served a nice buffet breakfast.
We'd definately stay here again if we returned to Calgary!
We stayed here for 2 nights in early July. Of a 14 night vacation in western Canada, this was by far the best hotel we stayed at.
Excellent hotel and staff. Our family of 4 enjoyed our visit to Calgary and this hotel was a big part of that enjoyment. Beautiful facility with a family friendly atmosphere - perfect pool and fitness center. The best hotel we stayed at during our three weeks in Canada. 1st Class.
A companion and I stayed at the Sheraton Eau Claire for a "weekend getaway." We weren't sure that we'd be able to afford the rates as we knew that the hotel is quite new, highly rated and in a very popular part of town.
The Sheraton Suites Eau Claire -- great!
We spent three nights at the Sheraton Suites Eau Claire. It was magnificent. The staff was extremely friendly, the beds were soooo comfortable and the shower was terrific. It was a little tight for two adults and two teenagers but due to the facilities no one really minded. The kids used the pool (not too large) and the slide which they described as awesome.
The location of the hotel is really terrific. There is plenty to do right nearby and Chinatown is walking distance. Would definitely stay here again.
I have just returned from a five day trip to Calgary. I flew into
Great location for tourist
Corporate hotel in a perfect tourist setting. Just outside the front door is the Eau Claire Market Place which has food, shopping, entertainment, and nature. A stroll will take you across the Bow River onto Prince Edwards (?) Island with walking paths, benchs, open grass areas, childrens' areas and a nice outdoor restaurant. There was a multitude of restaurants to choose from within walking distance of the hotel. The concierge staff was outstanding in their knowledge and recommendations!
Baby outshines older sister
The Westin Calgary has been upstaged by Starwood sister property the Sheraton Suites Eau Claire. The Sheraton staff's effortlessly cheerful greeting sets the stage for a pleasant stay in their spacious rooms. Separate parlor with ample work space and separate sink and vanity with decent lighting make even a 1 night stay more comfortable. Starwood seems to be leaning toward "W" style decor and venues in their newer properties, but the bar and restaurant in this one don't fit. The Owl's Nest from sister hotel Westin across the street is more inviting and would be more at home here than the smoky Irish bar, and the BBQ restaurant is very out of place. But why stay in when Calgary has so many other culinary offerings?