5 Great Airbnbs in Calgary

They're $100 or less and in and around downtown Calgary.



 

Stay close to Calgary's downtown summertime action, including outdoor music, street festivals, food truck frenzies and patios. 

 

Downtown West End with Breakfast

$60 per night

You can see the Peace Bridge from the balcony. 

 

The stats

For $60 per night you get a private room that sleeps two, shared bath, beautiful downtown views and breakfast. The building also has a gym.

 

Close to Stampede

$81 per night

The kitchen has quartz countertops.

 

The stats

This brand new one-bedroom, one-bath condo accommodates up to four guests for $81 per night. It's within walking distance of the Stampede, National Music Centre and more. 

 

Hillhurst Character Home

$90 per night

The rental includes free parking.

 

The stats

For $90 a night, you get the entire main floor of this two-bedroom, one-bath Hillhurst character home. It sleeps three people and is steps from Kensington. 

 

Heart of 17th Avenue S.W.

$96 per night

The pretty living room has a pull-out couch. 

The stats

For $96 a night, you get this entire one-bedroom, one-bath condo just off 17th Avenue S.W. It sleeps three, has a large balcony and there is free parking on site. 

 

East Village Condo

$100 per night

It has panoramic views of the river and downtown. 

 

The stats

This one-bedroom, one-bath downtown riverfront condo sleeps four for $100 a night. It has free underground parking, a doorman and an onsite gym.

 

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