Marriott opened a new hotel at the Calgary International Airport as of last month. The new 318-room hotel is located between the domestic terminal and the new International Terminal Building at Calgary International Airport.
Rooms boast views of the runway, the city skyline and the Alberta Prairies or the Canadian Rockies. Each room also has a 49-inch flat-screen television, desk, minibar, in-room safe and soundproof windows. Among the 318 rooms are 15 suites, fitness center with pool and whirlpool, more than 18,350 square feet of meeting room space, a 5,900-square-foot Chinook Ballroom and a new dining option in the Yakima Social Kitchen + Bar. The hotel also has an executive club with an M CLUB Lounge.
“We’re excited to welcome our first guests and have them experience urban sensibilities in an airport environment,” said Dan DeSantis, general manager, Calgary Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel. “The views from the hotel alone are sure to excite airplane and travel enthusiasts alike and create a guest experience unrivaled by any other airport property in Canada.”
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