Junior 2 Bedroom



854 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets

Executive 2 Bedroom



1067 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets

Orion 2 Bedrooms



854 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets

Alexandria 2 Bedrooms



996 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets

Majestic 2 Bedrooms + Den



1067 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets

Regency 2 Bedrooms + Den



1096 SQ/FT

Minimum 1 year


No Pets



  • Most Luxurious Rental In YYC!
  • Breathtaking Views, From both Your Suite and the 36th Floor Amenity Space!
  • Gourmet Kitchens, Fully Stocked with Everything You Need
  • Built-in Closets Waiting To Be Filled
  • All Lights on Dimmers and Entire Suite on Occupancy Sensors for Energy Savings
  • USB Receptacles Beside Your Bed and in the Living Room
  • TV’s: 40” in Living Room and 32“ in Bedrooms
  • In-Suite Energy Efficient Washer and Dryer
  • Highly Secure Property with FOB Access at all Entry Points and to All Floors
  • Owned and Professionally Managed by Bedouin
  • Onsite Management Office, Weekdays 9am -5pm to Assist You
  • Location: 1 Block From Calgary’s Light Rail Transit, Grocery Store Across the Street
  • Complimentary Access to the 3,000 sq.ft Gym, Yoga Studio and Owners Sky Lounge




Named after the Bedouin Tribes of the Silk Road; Inspired by their Lavishly Decorated Tents and Warmth in Receiving Travelers of the Silk Roads, Bedouin Suites Embarked on a Journey of it's own in June 2010 to Offer Friendly and Personalized Service in well Maintained, Luxuriously Appointed, Boutique Suites.


In Our First Home at Solaire, a Luxury High-Rise Condominium Built by LaCaille, we Occupied 2 Floors, Which were Fully Customized for Our Needs, to Offer Our Guest's, Like You, a New and Defining Level of Quality for Extended-Stay Accommodations.


In May 2017, We Expanded to Our Current Home, Occupying 4 Floors of Customized Suites at Vogue, Another Luxurious LaCaille Condominium. Like at Solaire, Bedouin at Vogue Offers Stunning Views and Elegant Suites, Plus Access to the Spectacular Amenities Offered at Vogue.

Our Team

We are Not a Big Team, But We are a Dedicated and Passionate Team of Professionals Serving You; Nick Livaditis is the Owner and General Manager and Anne-Marie Chapman is Our Operations Managers.

Our Guest's

Bedouin's Core Missionis to Eliminate the Worry and Make Your Stay Just Right, Guided by our Core Principles; To Provide Our Guest's with Personalized and Friendly Service From The Moment They Arrive to The Moment They Leave in Well Maintained, Luxuriously Appointed Suites, by People Who Care! We are More Than Just Quality Furnishings, Decor and Design in an Urban Condo. We Hope You Will Join Us For Your Upcoming Stay In Calgary.


Hours of Operation
9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday
P: 403.930.8000
Main Office:
934 - 6th Ave SW
Calgary, AB Canada T2P 0V5


Unassuming, exceeds expectations
Excellent restaurant, worth while
Exceptional experience, a must try!


Calgary is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province, in an area of foothills and prairie, about 80 km (50 mi) east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. In the 2011 census, the City of Calgary had a population of 1,096,833 and a metropolitan population of 1,214,839, making it the largest city in Alberta, and the third-largest municipality and fifth-largest census metropolitan area (CMA) in Canada.

The economy of Calgary includes activity in the energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors. The Calgary CMA is home to the second-most corporate head offices in Canada among the country's 800 largest corporations.

Calgary anchors the south end of what Statistics Canada defines as the "Calgary–Edmonton Corridor".

In 1988, Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Winter Games.

  • 403 and 587 are Calgary's local area codes
  • Calgary is nestled between the Rocky Mountain Foothills and Canadian Prairies
  • Population: City of Calgary - 1.1 million, metropolitan area - 1.2 million
  • Area: 762.5 sq km (280.5 sq mi)
  • Altitude: 1,048m (3,438ft) above sea level
  • 3rd largest Canadian city, 5th largest metropolitan area in Canada, 22nd in North America
  • Major industries, Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Tourism
  • Home to 100% of the Canadian Oil Industry headquarters
  • Dry humid continental climate with long, cold, dry but highly variable winters and short moderately warm summers
  • Large temperature swings due to the dry air, warm days, cool nights
  • Most sunshine of any Canadian city, 333 days per year!
  • Mountain standard time, 2 hrs behind Toronto and New York
  • Tipping: 10-15% is customary, 20% for exceptional service
  • Calgary Int'l Airport ranks the 35th busiest airport in NA traffic with 12m passengers annually and is a major commercial airport to Western Canada.
Need to know

911 for any emergency

311 or for City info & services

411 or directory assistance

403 and 587 are Calgary's local area codes

GMT time zone

Parkade Access Height (6'10")

Hospitals nearby

Foothills Medical Centre
1403 29th St NW
Tel: 403-944-1100

Rockyview General Hospital
7007 14th St SW
Tel: 403-943-3000

Alberta Children's Hospital
2888 Shaganappi Tr NW
Tel: 403-955-7211

Walk-in clinics

Sheldon M. Chumir Medical Centre
12th Ave & 4th St SW
Tel: 403-955-6200

Mission Medical Centre & Walk-in Clinic
2303 4th St SW
Tel: 403-229-1700

Mayland Medical Walk-in Clinic
1905 8th Ave NE
Tel: 403-242-1188


Shoppers Drug Mart (North Hill Mall)
16th Ave & 14th St NW
Tel: 403-289-6761

Safeway Food & Drug
410 10th St NW
Tel: 403-270-8381

Co-op Midtown Market
113 11th Ave SW
Tel: 403-299-4255

Nearby Gas Stations

1438 Kensington Rd NW
Tel: 403-283-1503

Mount Royal Husky
Open 24 hours
1419 8th St SW
Tel: 403-313-8459

Open until 1AM
12 4th St NE
Tel: 403-263-7474

Registry Services

New Urban Registry
#4, 140 11th Ave SW
Tel: 403-262-9999

Mon - Fri 8:00 - 8:00, Sat 9:00 - 5:00, Sun 12:00 - 5:00, Holidays 10:00 - 2:00

Plus 15 Walkway System

A 16km network of 57+ bridges which; connect almost all of Calgary's high-rises. Named "Plus 15" because the bridges rest roughly 15 feet above ground. Visit for more information.

Courier / Post

Canada Post

Statutory Holidays

New Years Day - January 1

Alberta Family Day - 3rd Monday in February

Good Friday - Friday before Easter

Victoria Day - Monday before May 25

Canada Day - July 1

Labour Day - First Monday in September

Thanksgiving Day - 2nd Monday in October

Remembrance Day - November 11

Christmas Day - December 25

The most convenient way downtown is by taxi or private car service. Cost is approximately $40 CDN from the airport. Getting around the city is most efficient by taxi, which are readily available out front. Downtown is a free-fare zone on the LRT (Light Rail Transit).


Checker / Yellow Cabs
Tel: 403-299-9999

Associated Cabs
Tel: 403-299-1123

Mayfair Taxi
Tel: 403-299-1111

Designated Drivers

Drivers Choice Designated Drivers
Tel: 403-216-2630

Keys Please
Tel: 1-866-586-5397

AB Designated Drivers
Tel: 587-989-2233


Calgary Luxury Limo Service
Tel: 403-836-5466

Airport Sedan Service
Tel: 403-299-1123

Ambassador Limousine Service
Tel: 403-299-4910

Car Rental

Tel: 403-263-6386

Tel: 403-226-1550

Tel: 403-221-1300

Tel: 403-262-4400

Tel: 403-369-1122

Arrival Directions - By Car
  • Take Deerfoot Trail (Hwy 2) heading south
  • Exit onto Memorial Drive heading west
  • Exit onto 4th Avenue and continue until 8th Street SW
  • Welcome to The Bedouin
Arrival Directions - By Bus
  • Take Route 300 (line operates 7 days per week, 5AM - Midnight, every 30 mins)
  • Exit at the 5th Street stop, between 4th and 5th Avenues
  • Walk west 3 blocks along 4th Avenue until 8th Street
  • Welcome to The Bedouin
Route 300 Schedule
  • Click here to view Route 300 schedule information.
Driving Directions (via Google Maps)

Arranged for your convenience by distance from The Bedouin.

The Peace Bridge

Designed by internationally renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, the Peace Bridge's innovative helix design makes the structure completely self-supporting with no beams, arches, cables, or lower supports, other than the embankments which are hidden in the riverbanks. The bright red, tubular bridge offers pathways for both cyclists and pedestrians, and is the most stylish and efficient pedestrian bridge in Calgary. The bridge opened in the Spring of 2012.

Princes Island / Eau Claire

Calgary's most popular urban park: especially during the summer months. Price's Island Park was named after Peter Anthony Prince, the founder of the Eau Claire Lumber Mill, and the park was built in 1947 on 20-acres of donated land from the Prince family. Prince's Island Park hosts numerous festivals during the summer months.

China Town & Chinese Cultural Centre

The Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre features an art gallery, a museum, artisans, restaurants, and businesses. The building also boasts a central dome that was designed to resemble the Temple of Heaven in Beijing.

197 - 1 St SW
Tel: 403-262-5071

Kensington District

A popular urban district, full of restaurants, cafes, shops, cinemas and much, much more. On a sunny day, take the 5-minute walk across the Louise Bridge to take in all the action. Numerous festivals are hosted here as well.

Historic Stephen Avenue Walk

Take a stroll through the charming two-storey sandstone buildings, filled with a variety of independent shops and restaurants. This Canadian historic site is characterized by juxtapositions; exemplified by the 80-foot tall abstract sculptural "Trees," framed by the historic buildings. Just as these "Trees" come alive at night with a spectacular light show, so does Steven Avenue Walk as Calgary's most exciting urban nightlife destination.

8th Ave from 1st St SE to 7th St SW

Calgary Tower and Tourism Calgary

Rise 190 m (626 feet) above the city to enjoy panoramic views of Calgary, a glass floor observation room, a gift shop, and a revolving restaurant and bar, open for both lunch and dinner. Tourism Calgary's head office is also located in the base of the tower.

101 - 9th Ave SW
Tel: 403-508-5808
Calgary Tower Website:
Tourism Calgary Website:

Encana Centre

Until the arrival of The Bow, the Encana Centre was the tallest freestanding building in Western Canada and is home to a range of companies and major corporations.

500 Centre St SE

The Bow

The Bow has surpassed the Encana Center as the tallest freestanding building in Western Canada, rising 58-floors from the city streets and will become EnCana's new home.

Centre St, between 5th & 6th Ave

TELUS Convention Centre

The TELUS Convention Centre is a premier convention facility with 68,000 sq. ft exhibit space a 20,000 sq. ft banquet hall and 24 meeting rooms.

120 - 9th Ave SE
Tel: 403-261-8500

City Hall

City Hall is comprised of two structures, the historical old sandstone town hall built in 1911, and the triangular and highly modern office complex built in 1986.

1st St and 8th Ave SE

Olympic Plaza

Created to host the medal ceremonies at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games, today, this urban park now hosts concerts, festivals, and picnicking office workers and families. In the winter, it is used as a public ice skating area.

Macleod Tr between 7th & 8th Ave SE

Design District (11th Avenue SW)

Known as Electric Ave in the '80s, thanks to its popular nightlife spots and rowdy atmosphere, today the Design District boasts home décor stores, art galleries, architect and home builder services, as well as cafés and restaurants.

Uptown 17th (The Red Mile)

Historic buildings, trendy meeting places, chic designer galleries, exotic cars and people seeking to be seen, come together to create the vibrant scene of "The Red Mile." With over 200 businesses located along the 12-block corridor, you are sure to satisfy all your needs at Uptown 17th!

4th Street

Fabulous food, shopping and entertainment characterize Calgary's "restaurant row." 4th Street is a trendy 13-block district with young energy. There are over 35 restaurants featuring foods from countries all over the world. Host to numerous festivals annually.

Stampede Park

Stampede Park is a versatile and multi-purpose facility that hosts many events in addition to the Calgary Stampede. The park includes the Pengrowth Saddledome, the Stampede Casino, Stampede Racing Park, the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, the Agricore Grain Academy, several souvenir shops, and more.

17th Ave and 2nd St SE
Tel: 403-261-0277

Scotiabank Saddledome

Originally built for the 1988 Winter Olympics, and located on the Calgary Stampede grounds, the Scotiabank Saddledome is home to Calgary's NHL team, the "Calgary Flames," as well as the WHL hockey team, the "Calgary Hitmen" and the NLL lacrosse team, the "Calgary Roughnecks."

555 Saddledome Rise SE


Take a stroll through historic Inglewood, the original Main Street of Calgary. Inglewood still boasts the character and charm, which made it locally famous. Great eateries, cafes and antique shopping await you.

Fort Calgary

Explore the lives of Calgary's first settlers at Fort Calgary's riverside museum. The Deane House Historic Site and Restaurant is located on-site, as well as a hands-on interpretive centre.

750 - 9th Ave SE
Tel: 403-290-1875

Calgary Zoo

The Calgary Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals from all over the world. Enjoy the many exhibits housing Western Canadian wildlife, the Botanical Gardens, and the Prehistoric Park, which features life-size models of Mesozoic dinosaurs.

1300 Zoo Rd (access via Memorial Dr)
Tel: 403-232-9300

Heritage Park Historic Village

Heritage Park Historical Village is Canada's Largest Living Historical Village and offers visitors a truly western experience. Enjoy traditional carnival, train, and boat rides, and shopping for charming traditional gifts. Heritage Park also offers meeting facilities for small to large groups.

1900 Heritage Dr SW
Tel: 403-268-8500

Canada Olympic Park

The main site of the 1988 Winter Olympics, Canada Olympic Park now offers programs in skiing, snowboarding, bobsleigh, as well as mountain biking in the summer. Explore the Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, or the headset-enabled Olympic Odyssey Audio Tour, a multi-language tour featuring narration by world-renowned athletes.

88 Canada Olympic Rd SW
Tel: 403-247-5452

Calaway Park

Open from May to October, Calaway Park, Western Canada's largest outdoor amusement park features rides and entertainment for the whole family. With 31 rides, 20 food locations, games, souvenir shops and a candy store, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

245033 Range Rd 33
Tel: 403-240-3822

Olympic Oval

The Olympic Oval was the first covered speed skating oval in North America, and as the first to be used at Winter Olympics. Its domed design allows the facility to control climate conditions produce the highest quality ice possible. The Oval continues to be regarded as a premier speed skating venue, and is the preferred training facility for speed skating teams from across the globe.

At the University of Calgary, 2500 University Dr NW
Tel: 403-220-7890


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