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Stylish hotels, internationally renowned sporting facilities, and quick access to Banff and the Rockies – these are just a few of the reasons North West Calgary plays host to hundreds of events every year. Calgary’s 1988 Winter Olympic legacy lives on in the North West through a variety of sport venues, but it’s also home to some of the city’s best concert halls, medical facilities and the University of Calgary’s expansive campus.
Meetings and events in Calgary’s North West offer proximity to concert halls, major medical and educational hubs, and of course, outstanding sports facilities of all sizes.
Home to the Calgary Opera and Alberta Ballet, the Jube’s hallowed stage has been graced by Broadway shows, standup comedians, orchestras, and everything in between.
Most know it as the long-time home venue for the Calgary Stampeders, but this 35,000-seat stadium also hosts Calgary’s Dinos, Colts and Gators – and the occasional outdoor concert.
Built for the 1988 Winter Olympics, decades later, it’s still known as “the fastest ice on earth.” When it’s not hosting athletic training and competitions, it’s open to public skating.
Calgary’s baseball venue since 1966, the stadium has undergone numerous renovations and hosted numerous leagues. Currently it’s the place to catch the University of Calgary Dinos.
Shouldice boasts three regulation-size artificial turf fields and is a hotspot for training, leagues and tournaments. Ideal for football, lacrosse, rugby, field hockey or an afternoon of ultimate.
WinSport maintains several facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics – chief among them is Canada Olympic Park. COP, as it’s known to locals, hosts year-round seasonal outdoor activities.
Located on the University of Calgary campus, the Volleydome had four outdoor hard courts and wo indoor beach courts, all suitable for league play, clinics and tournaments.
Four sports fields, one little league ball diamond, tennis courts and a 400-metre track make Foothills Athletic Park a destination for practices, events and tournaments.
These two well-kept ice arenas are available for bookings literally day and night – from 6 AM until midnight – seven days a week.
The University of Calgary has 14 faculties, 85 research institutes, and an impressive array of facilities used by both the public and its 20,000-strong student body. These include concert venues, an aquatic centre, and climbing walls.
Opening in 2017, the facility will sit within a natural park with city and mountain views and contain swimming pools, ice rinks, and multiple gymnasiums.
Get a thrill at Western Canada’s largest outdoor amusement park. Live shows, 32 rides and tasty food vendors mean there’s something for everyone.
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Centro Motel is a trendy boutique property that provides you with the comfort of a 4 star hotel at half the price. Centro Motel combines great value, cleanliness and comfort and is a great choice for your budget! With us you don’t have to worry, you will stay happy.
Our Calgary hotel provides an in-town resort atmosphere in a unique location, near Banff and the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Hotel Alma is uniquely set in the heart of the University of Calgary's campus. Alma treats guests to gracious service, friendly rates and a host of accommodating spaces. As the only on-campus hotel operated by a University in Canada, Alma derives its name from Alma mater.