Increased cleaning and disinfection practices
Expectations for cleaning and disinfection have changed during COVID-19 and Calgary hotels are responding with new ways to deliver a safe and clean stay for their guests. Programs like Hilton CleanStay
focus on high touch areas in each guest room to provide a clean and comfortable space for everyone. You can even tailor housekeeping services to your comfort level during your stay by scheduling a cleaning with the front desk. Need fresh linens or a new set of toiletries? Hotel staff are happy to deliver new items right to your door in protective packaging.
The Calgary Marriott Downtown
has made a Commitment to Clean
that starts at the front door with a contactless revolving door, social distancing stickers in common areas, plexiglass shields, daily temperature checks for staff, and sanitizer stations available at every entrance. These are all ways Calgary hotels are ensuring you have a safe visit.
Limiting contact with other people and maintaining safe social distancing are important ways to stay safe during your visit to Calgary. New check-in options make it possible to start your stay without a visit to the front desk. Hyatt
properties in Calgary are providing some flexibility and peace of mind to your stay with a new World of Hyatt smartphone app
. Take advantage of contactless check-in, track rewards points, print hotel bills, and book rooms right from your phone. You can even personalize your check-in with housekeeping preferences and preferred check-in time. Best of all, you can go directly to your room with a digital key.
All hotel properties should provide you with a welcome letter, email, or text message at check-in informing you of all the latest health and safety measures in place throughout the property.
Wearing a mask is required in all indoor public spaces and public vehicles in Calgary. In accordance with the City of Calgary Face Coverings Bylaw
, Calgary hotels require face coverings for both guests and staff in all indoor public areas. This bylaw also includes public spaces like public transit, taxis, malls, grocery stores, retail, and places of worship during your time in Calgary. Hotel staff will make you feel welcome, even if you can’t see their smiles.