Choosing a Hotel in Regina

• A Travel Guide for Regina, Saskatchewan.
Travellers in Saskatchewan's capital city of Regina have a multitude of hotel and motel options ranging from luxurious suites dedicated to relaxation to business-class rooms perfect for staying in touch with the office. As visitors explore Regina they can rejuvenate at night in a hotel or motel room that best suits their individual needs.


One of the drawcards of chain hotels is that they evoke familiarity when home may feel far away. Chain hotels often work as great bases for family vacations with their array of family-friendly facilities and amenities. For instance, at Regina's Travelodge families can enjoy time together soaking in the hot tub, swimming in the indoor pool or sliding down the twisty 77-m (252-ft) water slide. The Best Western Seven Oaks Inn features such recreational facilities as a water slide, a children's wading pool and sauna. Families travelling with their beloved pooch have plenty of accommodation options in Regina with pet-friendly hotels like the Comfort Inn and Super 8 to choose from.


Business travellers can book hotel rooms in Regina that have all the amenities to get work done but also invite relaxation after the work day is over. Wireless Internet, work desks and ergonomic chairs are a few of the features to look for when searching for the ideal accommodation for a business trip. Regina has several hotels with suites that cater to business travellers, such as the Regina Inn Hotel and Conference Centre and the Ramada Hotel and Convention Centre. Communal business centres offering computer access, Internet, printing and photocopying can be found in many hotels around the city like the West Harvest Inn.


Lounging around in a soft bathrobe and slippers and ordering room service are among the ways to experience luxury on a vacation, and there are several hotels in Regina where guests can feel pampered. Built in 1927, the historical Radisson Plaza Hotel offers 224 grandiose guest rooms. However, guests who want the ultimate level of luxury can splurge on the hotel's Royal Suite. The richly furnished 146-sq-m (1,574-sq-ft) Royal Suite includes a spacious living room, a private bedroom with a king bed, a dining room with seating for 10, a kitchenette and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. To feel extra posh, guests can nibble on finger sandwiches and scones with fresh cream and jam over afternoon tea in the hotel's antique-furnished Victoria Tea Room. Other luxurious upgrades include the Chateau's two-room spa suite, Delta's Signature Club Presidential Suite and the Ramada Hotel and Convention Centre's Jacuzzi Suites.


Visitors looking for clean, comfortable accommodation that won't dig too deeply into the wallet have numerous options in Regina. The city has hotels and motels with budget-friendly rates and handy in-room amenities like coffeemakers and hairdryers. Guests at the Knights Inn can unwind in reasonably priced rooms conveniently equipped with high-speed Internet, coffeemakers and fridges. Motels with kitchenettes, like the Sherwood House Motel, offer guests the option of dining in, which can be a great way to save money. Other ways to save a buck include choosing lodging that is centrally located or close to public transit in order to cut down on transportation costs, or visiting the city outside of the peak season (May to August).
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