Places to stay in Saskatoon
Joining us from out-of-town? Saskatoon offers a wealth of comfortable and stylish places to stay.
In the heart of Saskatoon, located a stone’s throw from the riverbank, the Radisson hotel will play host to IABC CommuniCon on October 25. Offering 291 rooms and suites, city and river views, a restaurant, gym, and even a pool with a waterslide, if you feel like staying at homebase, this is the option for you.
Just down the street and dominating the skyline is the city’s most recognizable building, the castle-like structure of the Delta Bessborough. The “Bess,” as it’s affectionately known to locals, hugs the banks of the South Saskatchewan River, offering inviting traditional charm and elegant surroundings. Alternatively, if something more modern is your vibe, the James is a contemporary boutique hotel located a short walk away. Independent and family owned, the James is a chic and stylish place to rest your head for the night.
Located in close proximity to one another, all three hotels offer stunning views of the South Saskatchewan River, and scenic walks in the water-side parks.
A short cab ride away on the east side of the river, accommodations on College Drive provide a comfy and pocket-friendly alternative to the downtown hotels. Locally owned and operated, Refresh Inn and Suites offers additional amenities such as a communal kitchen and an on-site convenience store for essentials. Five minutes east is the Holiday Inn Express and Suites Saskatoon East, which offers all the usual facilities, including complimentary parking on-site, and close proximity to Circle Drive, from which all major highways out of the city are easily accessible.
For more details about accommodation in Saskatoon, visit Tourism Saskatoon.
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