Don’t let the name fool you; Macleod Trail isn’t some dusty hike far away from the city. Macleod Trail is the principle highway extending from downtown to the south of the city. Along the road are sights like Olympic Plaza, the historic Calgary City Hall, and the annual Stampede Week festival grounds. Many of Calgary’s neighborhoods were founded along the route. The road passes through the lively Beltline, which is home to the Calgary Zoo and “Red Mile,” the famous strip of pubs and shops frequented by Calgary Flames fans. The Mission District, which hosts the annual Lilac Festival and features the trendy 4th Street, and Ramsay Neighborhood, which hosts a popular weekly farmers market, are also towns along “The Trail.”
Hotels on MacLeod Trail in Calgary give you the easiest access to the artery of the city. A quick jump onto the expressway connects you to all the best attractions of the area. Take your pick of suites, inns, and plush rooms along this famous road. Enjoy a workout in the on-site gym, or call down to room service for an early breakfast to start your day. When you book with Expedia, you’re getting the best rate on the best rooms, no matter what sort of accommodations you’re looking for. If you don’t want to stay along “The Trail,” check out what we offer among hotels in Calgary and get started planning your perfect trip.