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Downtown Calgary Hotel Offers Great Deal for the Calgary Stampede

Celebrate the Calgary Stampede at the Calgary Marriott Downtown

CALGARY, AB -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/14 -- The Calgary Stampede is a rodeo, exhibition, and festival that brings cowboys, equestrians, and rodeo fans to Calgary every year. This year, the rodeo will take place from July 4th to July 13th. Celebrate the Calgary Stampede and stay at the Calgary Marriott Downtown, a top hotel in Calgary. Not only is this the closest hotel to the Stampede grounds, but on July 4th, guests can experience front row seats to the parade!

The hotel is currently offering two packages for guests who are planning to attend the Calgary Stampede. The Calgary Stampede Rodeo Package includes deluxe accommodations in Calgary, two tickets to a daytime show of the Calgary Stampede Rodeo, full-day admission to Stampede Park, and complimentary breakfast. The Calgary Stampede Chuckwagon and Evening Show Package includes a deluxe guest room, two tickets to the Calgary Stampede Chuckwagon Races and Evening Show Extravaganza, full-day admission to Stampede Park, and complimentary breakfast. Rates for this Calgary Alberta hotel deal range from $424 to $584.

When they're not cheering on cowboys at the Calgary Stampede, guests at the Calgary Marriott Downtown can explore the city's great attractions, like the famous Calgary Tower, Calgary Zoo, Glenbow Museum, and Fort Calgary. Banff National Park is also just nearby.

After a long day exploring the city, guests can unwind in the luxurious rooms and suites at the Calgary Marriott Downtown, which offer spa-like amenities, plush bedding, TVs with plug-in panels and high-speed Internet. Guests can share a great meal with friends in one of the hotel's four restaurants: Traders Grill, Milestone's, The Exchange Lounge, and Starbucks; work out in the hotel's fitness center; or take a dip in the indoor pool.

With its great location, high-end amenities, and excellent service, the Calgary Marriott Downtown offers the ultimate Calgary getaway.

About the Calgary Marriott Downtown
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Calgary, the Calgary Marriott Downtown is a luxurious and stylish hotel that's perfect for business and leisure travelers. This AAA 3-Diamond hotel offers wireless Internet access throughout the rooms and public areas, four lively restaurants, fitness center, indoor pool, concierge service, a full-service business center, laundry service, and valet parking. The guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Calgary and the Canadian Rockies, comfortable beds, coffeemakers, 37-inch HDTVs with cable, plug-in panels, and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Guests can start their day with strong coffee at the in-house Starbucks or enjoy a healthy breakfast at Traders Grill. Later, guests can enjoy a cocktail at the lively Exchange Lounge and have dinner at Milestone's. With 19 meeting rooms and over 9,500 sq. ft. of meeting space, the hotel is the ideal venue for meetings and events in Calgary. Located in the heart of downtown Calgary, the Calgary Marriott Downtown hotel is near the famous Calgary Tower, Calgary Zoo, Glenbow Museum, and Fort Calgary, as well as vibrant restaurants, bars, and shops.

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CONTACT:
Calgary Marriott Downtown
110 9th Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta, T2G 5A6 Canada
1-403-266-7331
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yycdt-calgary-marriott-downtown-hotel

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