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Calgary & Edmonton

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Vibrant cities full of urban charisma

Set dramatically between prairies and peaks, the chic metropolis of Calgary buzzes with innovative energy whilst embracing its rich western heritage, while Alberta’s capital city, Edmonton, is always celebrating something, from arts and culture to food and wine.

Why visit?

  • Calgary Stampede
  • Historical parks
  • Festivals and concerts
  • Fantastic shopping
  • Magical Northern Lights
Browse hotels in Calgary & Edmonton

Browse Accommodation

Sandman Hotel Calgary standard room

Sandman Hotel

From £43 pp
Bronze

Situated in downtown Calgary, the Sandman Hotel is conveniently located close to all things ‘Calgary’, like the Calgary Tower and Stampede Grounds. Restaurants and shopping can be found only a few minutes walk away.

Coast Edmonton Plaza Hotel - Double Queen Comfort Room

Coast Edmonton Plaza

From £53 pp
Bronze

Right in the heart of Edmonton, the Coast Edmonton Plaza is within walking distance of an array of arts, dining and entertainment.

Delta Calgary Downtown - Guest Room

Delta Calgary

From £69 pp
Bronze Plus

Boasting a central situation, the Delta Calgary Downtown gives easy access to a wealth of attractions, restaurants and shopping.

Fairmont Palliser Calgary - Entrance

Fairmont Palliser

From £99 pp
Silver Plus

Set in the heart of Calgary, this historical landmark offers distinctive accommodation in elegant surroundings.

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Premier Holidays & Calgary & Edmonton

The facts:

Getting there: Calgary is about 9 hours 15 minutes flying time from the UK, while the journey to Edmonton takes around 14 hours 30 minutes, including one stop.

Best time to travel: For both cities summer is generally considered the best time to visit, as the days are warm with lots of sunshine, and it’s when most of the cities festivals take place. Bear in mind if you want to visit Calgary during the Stampede, you must book early! Winters are cold, with snow, and run from November to around mid-March, although you’ll still find lots to see and do.

Calgary climate:

Calgary Climate Chart

Edmonton climate:

Edmonton Climate Chart