As the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon is a well-known destination in Canada with many nicknames, including The Hub City, Paris of the Prairie, and simply Bridge City (there are seven major bridges within the city limits).With fun festivals, unique dining, and great hiking, Saskatoon is a great place to take friends and family or travel to as a couple. Book your trip today and find the best IHG® Saskatoon, Saskatchewan hotel for your specific needs.
Things to See
You may find yourself touring University of Saskatchewan as the parent of a prospective student (or you may be a student yourself). Alternatively, you may be travelling with younger children, in which case visiting Kinsmen Park is a must. With a newly-upgraded carousel, Ferris wheel, and train, this attraction is sure to bring laughter and memories to a day in Saskatoon. Also take the kids to the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo offers a look at a variety of exotic species and western Canadian animals. Saskatoon is also known for its 7 exclusive golf courses, some of which are award-winning and widely-known. Be sure to pick up some special, culturally-unique goods at the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market before your departure, especially if you can get your hands on some famous Saskatoon berries.
Hotels in Saskatoon
IHG provides convenient locations in close proximity to many Saskatoon attractions. Our hotels feature amenities like free WiFi, fitness centers, and delicious breakfast. For business travelers, our hotels can serve as meeting space and are not far from golf courses if you prefer to take your conversations to the greens.
Where to Stay
IHG Saskatoon hotel locations offer convenience to the University of Saskatchewan and its surrounding attractions. Stay in the downtown/city center area to stay close to popular festivals in the summertime, or shopping, amazing dining, and educational museums year-round.
How to Get to Saskatoon
Many major Canadian cities fly into the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker Airport (YXE), including Vancouver, Winnipeg, Ottawa, and Toronto, or you can fly direct from the United States. Take the Saskatoon Transit, hail a cab, or rent a car to get to the city center. Getting around Saskatoon is very simple—walking or biking will give you a better chance of discovering the ins and outs of the city. If those aren’t options for your party, the Saskatoon Transit or taxis are great options. If you choose to drive, use a GPS and you should find navigation to be stress-free.
This quickly-growing city has arguably transformed into the culinary capital of the Canadian Prairies.