With its solar-energy system, Comfort Inn & Suites Red Deer is especially appealing to the eco-conscious, who can also look forward to free internet access and breakfast. This four-floor, 88-room lodging was a trend-setter among energy-efficient hotels in Canada, with a network of solar roof panels that heat and cool the hotel and keep its indoor pool (with water slide) and hot tub nice and toasty. More than stylish and contemporary, the rooms, insulated with granite walls, are energy efficient and soundproof. In-room perks include free high-speed internet and microwaves and mini-fridges for one and all. Smoking and non-smoking options are available. Guests are welcome to energize at the complimentary deluxe continental breakfast and blow off steam in the fitness room. Ample outdoor parking is provided. Pets are accepted with an additional fee. Offering a location that rules — one block off Queen Elizabeth II Highway — the hotel puts guests equally close to a variety of restaurants. Parkland Mall, less than two miles down the road, is a major convenience. Sporty types might drop in at the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, four miles away, or hit the slopes at Canyon Ski Area, less than a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Both Edmonton International Airport and Calgary International Airport are about 80 miles away. Cutting-edge cool with a sophisticated solar system, the contemporary Comfort Inn & Suites Red Deer offers a good old-fashioned free breakfast and complimentary internet, too.
Comfort Inn and Suites Red Deer offers exceptional value, friendly service and spacious, comfortable accommodations.
Dogs up to 20 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $20.00 per pet per stay.
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