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$179 for shopping fun in Calgary

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for October 25, 2013

Here’s a deal via Tourism Calgary that shoppers will love!

Sheraton Cavalier Calgary Hotel is offering a shopping package. With this deal, you can enjoy a $50 gift card per night for use at CrossIron Mills. Rates start from $179.

This hotel is located 20 minutes from Calgary Airport and one hour from the Rocky Mountains. The rooms are outstanding and you are sure to be impressed with the dining experience. And yes, big kids and small kids alike will get a kick out of the waterpark!

This package includes:

  • Accommodation in a traditional guest room
  • $50 gift card per night for use at CrossIron Mills
  • Mall directory and tourism discount card
  • Available for stays Friday through Sunday night.

Vacay.ca High-fives With Hockey Fans in Calgary

Another great reason to visit Calgary is of course, hockey. Vacay.ca‘s Calgary correspondent Jody Robbins took in a Flames’ game last season and got an indoctrination on what it takes to be a fan. She discovered what the Flames mean for tourism in the city as well as where fans love to go before and after the game.

Robbins writes: “There are several places close to the Saddledome to get into the festive spirit on game nights. Bar C serves up six oysters washed down with a glass of sparkling wine on tap for only $15 until the puck drops, while Bottlescrew Bill’s offers $13.95 Budweiser jugs (60 oz) and $9.95 FLAME-broiled quarter-pound burgers during every game. And Melrose Cafe & Bar coined the term the Red Mile — you can never go wrong with a pre- or post-game brew there. To fully take advantage of the infectious spirit, stay over at Hotel Arts, a 175-room boutique hotel steps from the Saddledome.” 

Read the rest of “Hockey’s Back and Calgary’s All Smiles” 

To book with Sheraton Cavalier Calgary Hotel: Click here, or call 1-866-716-8101. Mention rate code PACKHOL.


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Vicky is the worldly publisher of Vacay.ca. Having graduated from McGill University in Montreal, she has set about building a talented team of travel experts to deliver to you words and images of the very best places to see and experience in Canada. Based in Yorkville in Toronto, Vicky regularly jet sets around Canada — be sure to catch up with her when she's in your part of the country.