The hotel was its self was nice, great location. No vending machines and charging $2.00 or more for a can of pop that you have to go down to the lobby for is no good. My biggest issue was the quality of tv offered. The number and quality of channels was down right terrible. I expect better than what I had no matter what hotel I stay at. For that reason I wouldn't stay at a sandman again
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Carburn Park, Firefighters Museum of Calgary, and …More
Room was very clean bed comfortable, the restaurant and lounge are good.
Overall a nice place to stay. There is a nice swimming pool / water slide area if you have kids.
the casino is nice clean and has lots of entertainment.
overall a excellent place to spend a day or two just to get away.
Traveller from Carstairs Ab
This family-friendly Calgary hotel is located in the business district, 3 mi (4.8 km) from Carburn Park, and within 6 mi (10 …More
"Friendly quiet hotel on easily accessible freeway."
We loved so many amenities - microwave, fridge, coffee station with "to go" cups available! Love seat nice for sitting & holding extra luggage. Nice bathroom with good vanity space. Great having the extra mirror in the main room when two people are trying to get ready. Great lamps with extra plug in on base for charging station. Free breakfast a bonus we go back to this hotel for. We use the exercise room and appreciate the friendly staff. Water bottles nice touch. A wonderful well priced hotel!!!
Traveller from Edmonton
This family-friendly Calgary hotel is located in the entertainment district, 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Carburn Park, and within 6 …More
Pocket Guide: Calgary Calgary South - MacLeod Trail Hotels
MacLeod Trail is a major thoroughfare extending from downtown to Calgary’s south side. It is named after Col. James MacLeod, one of the Calgary’s founders. The road passes by Calgary’s City Hall, Olympic Plaza, the Calgary Public Library, and the EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts. Heritage Park, southwest of downtown Calgary, is Canada’s largest living historical village.