The Hamilton Room
This luxurious room has a deep pillow queen sized mattress and a cozy down duvet. The windows are dressed with room darkening blinds and shears to diffuse the sunlight. The fir hardwood floor is accented with oriental rugs.
The shower stall is separate from the washroom and is accessible by a three steps stair. The inlaid leather Duncan Fyffe style drum desk is complemented with 2 high back leather chairs with arms and two night tables with bedside lamps. The Hamilton room also features a 26" Hi-Definition TV with Blue Ray DVD and radio/alarm clock. Decorating the walls are two large framed prints by the Spanish painter J. Surollay Bastida. Ceiling fan and large closet with full-length mirror doors complete the room.
This bright room is located on the second floor, at the front of the house with a south facing exposure.
The Hamilton Room is named after a Canadian Pacific Railroad Land Commissioner, Lauchlan Hamilton. At the young age of 28, the CPR gave Hamilton the right to survey cities along the railway line. As part of his responsibilities, Hamilton designed early Calgary. What was once Hamilton Street in Calgary is now 2nd Street SW from 1st Avenue to 26th Avenue. This street is just west of Calgary Westways.
1 Queen Bed
“Fabulous breakfast, kind staff, and an opportunity to meet a wide variety of guests. I really enjoyed my stay.”
~ Guest from Canada
216 25 AVENUE SW, CALGARY, AB, T2S 0L1, CANADA
Phone: 1 403-229-1758
Fax: (mobile) 1 403-397-8501