Hotel Arts Kensington

Location: Alberta & the Rockies | Canada

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

The classy and sophisticated Hotel Arts Kensington sits in the charismatic Kensington Village neighbourhood of Calgary. Lining the banks of the Bow River, this small, charming Inn is one of very few boutique properties in the city, and is a popular hit with local foodies thanks to its highly acclaimed Chef’s Table restaurant.
Perfect forDiscerning travellers and families.
In the knowCouples should opt for the Luxury Suites, which house their own fireplaces, balconies, and deep soaker tubs for two.

Recommended for...

  • Boutique Hotel
  • Cultural Immersion
  • Family-friendly
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Kensington Village District, just steps across the Peace Bridge from downtown Calgary.

Rooms at Hotel Arts Kensington

Each of the rooms in this cosy Inn offer something different; some feature small patios overlooking the hotel’s gardens, others are complete with floor-to-ceiling windows revealing gorgeous panoramas of Bow River Valley and the Calgary skyline in the distance.

Food & Drink

The hotel's Oxbow restaurant is highly praised by food and wine connoisseurs, specialising in seasonal ingredients from local producers. During the cooler months, dine in the adjoining Fireside room, while the summer patio is a picturesque spot for alfresco dining when the days turn warmer.

Facilities

Guests at Hotel Arts Kensington have access to the sister property's pool at Hotel Arts Downton Calgary. Soak up the sun on a lounger or cool off with a dip and a few lengths. You'll also get a complimentary pass to the nearby Kensington Fitness, where you can make the most of exercise classes and equipment. 

Activities at Hotel Arts Kensington

Walk across the nearby Peace Bridge to reach downtown Calgary, where you can see the historic Calgary Tower, or perhaps catch the famous Calgary Stampede rodeo event if you’re visiting in July. Closer to home, Kensington Village has a host of chic shops, eateries and parks, and is perfect for biking along its scenic trails.

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