The Westin Calgary Airport

Calgary, Alberta

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Standing five-storeys high with views overlooking the city skyline or Nose Hill Park, welcome to the brand-new Westin Calgary Airport Hotel. An exciting joint venture between the Siksika Nation’s business group, Siksika Resource Development and the PHI Hotel Group, projects like these help establish long term prosperity for the Siksika Nation, who are part of the Blackfoot Confederacy.

Throughout our full-service hotel you’ll see striking photographs depicting Blackfoot culture curated by Siksika multimedia journalist Bert Crowfoot. During your stay dine on healthy Canadian cuisine at the 671 Kitchen + Bar; check out the 24/7 fitness center and indoor pool and hot tub and sleep soundly in a Heavenly® Bed.

Departing and arriving is stress-free with complimentary parking and shuttle service from Calgary International Airport, less than two kilometers from the hotel. Cross Iron Mills outlet shops and the Calgary Zoo are also in easy reach.

The Westin Calgary Airport

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The Westin Calgary Airport

671 Aero Drive NE
Calgary, Alberta, T2E 7Y5
(403) 452-5406 Info@WestinCalgaryAirport.com Visit Website

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The Westin Calgary Airport

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The Westin Calgary Airport

671 Aero Drive NE
Calgary, Alberta, T2E 7Y5
(403) 452-5406 Info@WestinCalgaryAirport.com Visit Website

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating

94 Reviews

Business Hours

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