I stayed in Saskatoon for three nights, for business. I chose the Park Town Hotel because the chain hotels closer to the center of town were all considerably more expensive. The 10 minute walk to downtown office buildings and restaurants was well worth the money saved, especially when I took the ...
I have stayed here four separate times now. Staff is always friendly and accommodating. When, requested, the rooms have beautiful views of the city. Always clean, relatively quiet (air conditioners in hotels never are). I will come back again for sure.
Western Development Museum, SaskTel Centre, Albert Park — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Saskatoon. And with 31 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.Hotels in Saskatoon
Western Development Museum, SaskTel Centre, Albert Park — with attractions like these, it's no wonder why people visit Saskatoon. And with 31 hotels to choose from on Orbitz, which are highly rated for Hotel Staff and Room cleanliness, there's likely a comfortable hotel room available to fit your needs and budget.What to do in Saskatoon
Whether you're looking for some family-friendly fun or a little release from the everyday, you'll likely find it in Saskatoon. Bring the brood to the theaters at Broadway Theatre for some good, old-fashioned fun. SaskTel Centre invites sports fans of all ages to hang out for an afternoon and fill up on snacks.
Dynasty Spas is an ideal destination for anyone looking for a little rest, relaxation, and personalized attention. If traveling leaves you feeling tense or tired, a rejuvenating treatment may be what the doctor ordered.Outdoor activities in Saskatoon
Breathe in that fresh air at Albert Park, which offers a respite from a fast-paced lifestyle or packed sightseeing itinerary.Arts and culture in Saskatoon
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Saskatoon at Western Development Museum, Marr Residence and Ukrainian Museum of Canada. Mayfair Branch Library, McNally Robinson and University of Saskatchewan offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to stay in Saskatoon
Whether you want to stay in the heart of all the action, or would prefer a quiet corner of Saskatoon, there's a neighborhood for that — check out University Heights Planning Area.Getting to Saskatoon
The most direct path to Saskatoonis through Saskatoon International Airport and Vanscoy Airport.Best times to visit Saskatoon
If you're planning a trip to Saskatoon, consider visiting in September, November and December. Orbitz offers great deals 365 days a year, but during these months, you'll save the most — 13%, 11% and 9%, respectively.Shopping in Saskatoon
Sears Canada Inc, Hudson's Bay Saskatoon , GMG Jewellers and Hudson's Bay Saskatoon open their doors to all kinds of shoppers, offering a range of wearables and gifts.
Best Buy is a tech-lover's paradise.Nightlife in Saskatoon
The good times in Saskatoon continue long after nightfall. Louis' Pub, Hudson's Canadian Tap House and Tequila Night Club bring the party with music, dancing and cold drinks.
I stayed in Saskatoon for three nights, for business. I chose the Park Town Hotel because the chain hotels closer to the center of town were all considerably more expensive. The 10 minute walk to downtown office buildings and restaurants was well worth the money saved, especially when I took the route along the river park. The room was fine and the fitness center was good. Check in was fine except that it seemed less than fair that they would only exchange currency at a 1-1 basis (the exchange rate is ~30% now). It was convenient to have the irish pub next door. I took out a good dinner one night and ate in the restaurant the next night. One of the bartenders--Kevin--is very friendly and a real professional.
We were delayed in our check in and the hotel was able to accommodate without a problem - we ended up checking in at 11pm. The rooms were perfect and I would definitely stay there again.
The suite was large and comfortable. I only stayed one night, but it was a tremendous value with a full sized fridge, nice television, and comfortable bed.
In Saskatoon, it seems like all of the hotels are pretty expensive. Trying to satisfy my budget, this was the least expensive option I could find for my age (19) - some hotels require you to be 21 to check-in. There was a complimentary, small buffet breaking in the dining area (I didn't go), but it was nice to discover they offered this, as I didn't know about it beforehand. The room was just that - a room. In the heart of winter and cold there, I just cranked the thermostat up and was able to stay warm all night. There was a decent sized TV with basic channels, and a small desk in the corner. Overall, if you're looking for a deluxe hotel, this isn't it. If you're on a budget and need a place to sleep, this will be perfect for you. No complaints for an "average" hotel. Good eating is at "Ricky's" a half-block away.