With the perks of a buffet breakfast and free Wi-Fi, the Travelodge Calgary University North, where pets are also accepted, is a solid deal. This three-floor hotel is home to 63 non-smoking and smoking rooms. Blending clean-lined furnishings with light and airy palettes, rooms also include the sleek touch of flat-panel TVs. Handy work desks and free Wi-Fi help keep corporate guests productive. Microwaves and mini-fridges, along with sofa beds in king rooms, provide additional convenience and value. Come morning, guests can look forward to an eye-opening buffet breakfast of hot and cold cereals, pastries, bagels, fresh fruit and more. Certain times of the year, the outdoor heated pool is a cool place to be, while the fitness room and business center are always buzzing with activity. Pets are allowed. Right off Trans-Canada Highway 1, the hotel is within two blocks of McMahon Stadium, on the southern end of the University of Calgary campus. Other prominent neighbors include Foothills Medical Centre and Alberta Children's Hospital, as well as Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, all within a two-mile radius. Guests looking to shoot downtown can beeline it for the C-Train, two blocks away. Calgary International Airport is 11 miles from the hotel. Say our guests, it's the "friendly and helpful staff" along with a "good breakfast" that help make Travelodge Calgary University North a place they "would like to stay again."
Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed. There is a pet fee of $10 per pet.
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