Bookmark and Share

Welcome! You are viewing an archived issue of SaskSecrets, Tourism Saskatchewan's Online Newsletter, from April 2014. To read the current issue of SaskSecrets, click here.

New Accommodation in Saskatchewan

Commercial Hotel, Maple Creek
Originally built in 1884, the Commercial Hotel is a magnificently restored heritage property that features original marble flooring and furnishings. Grab a drink at The Saloon and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time to the Wild West. When it’s time to hit the hay, take your pick of standard, superior or deluxe rooms, or maybe splurge on a honeymoon suite.

Grant Hall, Moose Jaw
Designed by prominent English architect Richard Bunyard in 1927, The Grant Hall Hotel was a Moose Jaw landmark, attracting visitors from around the world. After decades of lying dormant,  Grant Hall is being fully remodelled. This magnificent four-storey building offers elegant dining and beautifully restored guestrooms. View Grant Hall’s website for dining information and call 306-691-2111 to find out more about available rooms.  

Paddlers Hostel, Missinipe 
The best place to begin or end your adventure on the waterways of northern Saskatchewan is in one of the comfortable and affordable hostel–style accommodations offered by Churchill River Canoe Outfitters. At just $35 per person, you can share stories with other paddlers while staying in one of four cabins. A common lodge kitchen, lounge and shared washroom and shower facilities make this an affordable and convenient option for outdoor enthusiasts. 

DoubleTree by Hilton, Regina
Previously known as the Regina Inn, the DoubleTree by Hilton has undergone major renovations. High Hilton standards can be seen throughout this modern accommodation, from its guestrooms and meeting spaces to its restaurant and common areas. It’s time to book your stay at the welcoming, comfortable and stylish DoubleTree in downtown Regina. 

Waters Edge Eco Lodge, Meadow Lake Provincial Park
Opening in May 2014 and located on the edge of Greig Lake in Meadow Lake Provincial Park, Waters Edge is a new, luxurious, environmentally-friendly accommodation option. Enjoy all of the activities that the park has to offer while staying in a beautifully appointed room. Meals are prepared using fresh herbs and vegetables from the organic garden and greenhouse.