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If you have the need for temporary furnished accommodation while out of your home for an insurance claim or renovation, ExecSuite is the ideal home-away-from-home. Our modern suites with fully equipped kitchens contain everything you need for an extended stay.   For more information, CALL US NOW.
Here are some recent comments from our guests...

Very convenient location.  Even if arriving after hours they are always very well organized.  Convenient to downtown and river valley, as well as short walk across pedway to Kensington restaurants. Great parking, and very reasonably priced (room and parking). So nice to have full kitchen and there are treats upon arrival and coffee and tea supplies. The staff are EXCEPTIONAL! 
- Michelle
Stayed on business trip and found the place perfect. 
- Guido

Quiet place to stay in downtown Calgary
I really enjoyed my recent stay at the ExecSuite hotel. It was in a quiet area near downtown Calgary. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The beds were awesome...i would definitely stay there again. - Nat
Did You Know?
The idea of Father's Day was conceived by Sonora Smart Dodd while listening to a Mother's Day sermon in 1909.  Sonora's father was a single parent of six children and the first Father's Day was proclaimed on his birthday, June 19, 1910, by the mayor of Spokane, Washington.   
Along with Canada and the United States, Britain also celebrates Father's day on the third Sunday in the month of June. However, several countries celebrate this day on different dates and months. In Australia and New Zealand, Father's Day is celebrated on the first Sunday in September. In Belgium and Spain, this day is observed on the 19th of March. There are a couple of other countries which celebrate Father's day in the winter season.
We have to love those seahorse fathers. In their underwater world, it's the male that gets to carry the eggs and birth the babies!

Father's Day this year falls on June 18, 2017.  Happy Father's Day to all the wonderful dads out there!
Summer Treats
Prepare this refreshing, adult popsicle treat for a hot day!

- 3 cups of tonic or 7UP
- 2 oz of gin
- juice of half a lime
- thin slices of cucumber

1. Mix tonic, gin and lime juice
2. Place the cucumber slices in a popsicle tray (or substitute a small disposable cup with a stick)
3. Pour in liquid mixture.
4. Leave the popsicles in the freezer for at least 12 hours.

If you prefer a gin and seven, replace the sliced cucumbers with thin slices or chunks of fresh lime.


Office Hours
Monday, July 3, 2017: CLOSED

The ExecSuite office will close on July 3 in lieu of the July 1st holiday and will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, July 4th at 7am.

In This Month's Edition:


Celebrate Canada's 150th
Have you made plans to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday? If you haven't yet finalized your plans for Canada Day, here are some suggestions:

The City of Calgary has put together an extensive list of local activities. Click  here for more information.

Lonely Planet has generated their list of the top 10 places in Canada to celebrate. Here is a link to their recommendations.
Local blogger Jody Robbins has also compiled some great ideas on her website.

More than 150 affordable ideas from across the  country can be found at this link.
And yet more local Calgary activities for the Canada Day long weekend can be found  here.

We are so fortunate to call this wonderful country home!

Happy 150th Canada!


A Fun and Easy Travel Scrapbook 

Consumer Choice Award
ExecSuite was recently honored with the Consumer Choice Award for Best Suite Hotel in Calgary. Cathy Davies accepted the award at the celebration dinner on behalf of the hardworking team at ExecSuite.


Travel Tips for Your Dog
Summer travel often involves taking Fido with you. There is nothing better than packing up your car or RV and taking your four legged friend with you on a road trip.  Here are some important points to remember if you want your pet's trip to be safe and stress free:  
  • Hydrate. Just like people, pets can suffer heat stroke on hot days if they aren't getting enough H2O. Be sure to pack extra water in case of delays. Collapsible bowls work well since they're durable and don't take up a lot of space. 
  • Never, ever leave your pet in a hot vehicle even with the windows cracked. Even if it's not that hot out, temperatures can soar inside vehicles in a very short period of time. On hot days, pet parents should be on the lookout for heat stroke signs in their animal, including excessive panting, weakness, drooling, rapid pulse and fever. 
  • Secure your dog for safety. Pets can react in an unpredictable manner if startled and you don't want your dog jumping into your lap or getting under your feet while you're driving. It's great if your dog was kennel trained when young, but if not, there are great new options in the form of pet seat belts and restraints. Car accidents pose another hazard and you don't want your dog acting as a projectile or wandering injured and lost in unfamiliar surroundings should you have the misfortune to be involved in a collision. dog_hammock.jpg
  • Practice makes perfect. If you have a new puppy or your dog is not used to vehicle travel, then be sure to make lots of practice runs in advance. A reward when your dog stays calm will help them learn the rules of the road. 
  • Identification Tags are a must. No matter how you choose to travel, it is vital to outfit your pet with proper identification prior to setting out. After all, if you should become separated from your pet, their identification is the surest way they'll find their way back to you.  Permanent identification in the form of a registered microchip is always a great idea. 
  • Be Vigilant. No matter how well you think you may know your pet, you never know how they'll react if they're startled by a loud noise or unfamiliar stimuli. An irresistible urge to chase down a tantalizing smell could inspire an uncrated dog to jump out of a half-open window or take off while stopped for a potty break. Keep your pet safe and secure at all times. 
  • Be wary of unfamiliar pests.  Research the areas you are traveling to and determine if there are risks to your pet's health.  Fleas and ticks aren't just annoying - they can be a real hazard to your pet and can transmit disease. Natural repellents such as a few drops of geranium, cedar, peppermint, rosemary or lavender oils will act as a natural bug-stopper and can be added to your pet's collar or scarf.  Happy Travels! 

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