The Best Hotels to Book in Saskatchewan, Canada

Grant Hall Hotel is a mainstay of the Moose Jaw hotel scene
Grant Hall Hotel is a mainstay of the Moose Jaw hotel scene | Courtesy of Grant Hall Hotel / Expedia
Alicia Miller

The province of Saskatchewan has plenty to entice travelers who have already explored some of the better-trodden corners of Canada. Sweeping national parks, fascinating museums and galleries, a rich indigenous history, and Mac – the world’s largest moose statue – are among some of the lures. To see this region in style, we reveal some of the best hotels to use as a basecamp, all bookable with Culture Trip.

1. The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection

Chain Hotel, Spa Hotel, Luxury

Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection with its period rooms with four poster bed
Courtesy of The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection / Expedia

For a glamorous stay in the heart of Regina, Saskatchewan’s capital city, it’s hard to look past The Hotel Saskatchewan. Built in 1927, the sculpted, cream-hued façade oozes character as do the hotel’s interiors. The communal areas have a grand classical feel, with chandeliers aplenty, while the rooms have more of a slick contemporary feel. Upgrade to the Royal Suite for a truly memorable stay, with plenty of room to play with and a regal mix of golds, blues and deep reds. To top things off, pop to the state-of-the-art spa to be pampered like a prince or princess,

2. Delta Hotels by Marriott Bessborough

Spa Hotel

Delta Bessborough hotel in front of an icy river and snowy trees

Feel like you’re part of your own fairytale at this castle-like redbrick property, which is set among lush gardens on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River in the city of Saskatoon. The whimsical property serves up well-appointed rooms decked out with pearlescent bedsheets, dark wood furnishings and windows overlooking the surrounding greenery. After hopping between the city’s restaurants, burn off your fill in the 24/7 gym or practice your front-crawl in the heated indoor pool. For something a little more sedate, there’s a spa too.

3. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina

Chain Hotel

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina lounge with leather furniture and pattern rug
Courtesy of DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre Regina / Expedia

If you’ve come to Regina for business, it’s difficult to beat the location of DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre – many of the city’s large corporate gatherings take place right on site. Downtown offices, the casino and Regina’s shops and restaurants are all walking distance away, too. Expect lobby stylings inspired by the palate of the prairies – dusty browns, golds, blues – and a restaurant serving up hearty early-morning breakfasts before meetings. Don’t forget to collect your welcome cookie, offered warm at check-in.

4. The James Hotel

Independent Hotel, Luxury

Interior o a room at The James Hotel with corner couch, flatscreen and desk
Courtesy of The James Hotel / Expedia

Overlooking the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, The James Hotel is one of the city’s most stylish contemporary stays. All the rooms feature a cool palette of greys and creams, trendy furnishings and deep soaking tubs in white marble bathrooms. The piece de resistance is the penthouse suite, which comes complete with its own private dining area, kitchen, entertainment center and bedroom with sweeping views of the waterway below. Another appetizing feature of the hotel is the sleek lobby bar, where expertly poured vesper martinis and tender filet mignon are among the offerings.

5. Hotel Senator

Hotel

Hotel Senator Saskatoon with its grand facade
Courtesy of Hotel Senator / Expedia

Hosting visitors to Saskatoon since 1908, Hotel Senator, in the heart of downtown, maintains an old-world air that can be rare in one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities. The bedrooms have a thoroughly vintage feel, with gilded frames on walls, antique wood tables and heavy drapery. Meanwhile, Winston’s Pub channels UK vibes with a red telephone box, a hearty menu featuring fish and chips and the signature Oxford Smash Burger, not to mention a whopping 76 bar taps pouring beers, ales and stouts from around the world.

6. Park Town Hotel

Hotel

Park Town Hotel with river and bridge in the foreground
Courtesy of Park Town Hotel / Expedia

Romance is the name of the game at Park Town Hotel, near the river in Saskatoon – one of their most popular rooms is the jacuzzi suite, which comes with a soaking tub big enough for two and fluffy robes for post-bathing snuggling. If you’re looking to go one step further, push the boat out by checking into the two-story presidential suite, with its broad vaulted windows overlooking the waters, quirky art pieces and spacious lounge that will let you and your other half really unwind.

7. Grant Hall Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Luxury

Double at Grant Hall Hotel with dark wood wardrobe and flowers in vase
Courtesy of Grant Hall Hotel / Expedia

Serving up Al Capone crime history, quality galleries and museums, and home to the world’s tallest moose sculpture, Moose Jaw is well worth adding to your Saskatchewan itinerary. When you come to town, luxurious Grant Hall makes for a top place to stay, with its polished wooden floors, art deco-style light fixtures and steakhouse serving up a range of hearty dishes. For your fill of culture, this historic property is conveniently located next to the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery and a gallery showcasing the work of local artist Yvette Moore.

8. Saskatoon Inn & Conference Centre

Hotel

An indoor pool surrounded by plants and skylights at the Saskatoon Inn
Courtesy of Saskatoon Inn / Expedia

Have a wander through the jungle at this Saskatoon hotel, which boasts a spectacular indoor garden filled with hundreds of live tropical plants and flowers. Other highlights of the 257-room property include an expansive indoor pool and the Sunday brunch which has been luring guests for 30 years. On the accommodation side of things, rooms cater to the 21st-century traveler and an attractive apple green color scheme runs throughout.

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