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Well-liked Regina hotel on Hwy 6 with free parking and well-equipped rooms and suites 
Executive Royal Hotel has some very good room rates and is my pick for best value in the city of Regina. Rooms are clean, comfortable and inviting, with extras such as Keurig coffeemakers and mini-fridges. For added convenience guests can enjoy meals on-site at the well-liked Steeles Café & Grill which features buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a la carte selections. Guests can relax at the Olive Lounge and watch sports channels on big screen TVs. The hotel is located on Albert Street, or Hwy 6, near to many amenities as well as restaurants and pubs. It’s only an 8-minute drive to downtown or airport.
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Book from ~$160 CAD
Highly praised historic landmark hotel in Regina with classic decor, day spa and fine dining
Book a piece of history and a sumptuous bed at The Hotel Saskatchewan. This grand lady offers well-loved fine dining and classic old-world grandeur in a prime downtown location, with beautiful views overlooking Victoria Park. Guests loved the location, an easy walk from the Mosaic Stadium or the Cornwall Centre as well as downtown restaurants. Service at the hotel is caring, thoughtful and welcoming. 
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Book from ~$194 CAD
Well-liked south Regina hotel near airport with indoor pool, waterslide & free hot breakfast
This Travelodge has it all and it's been a very busy place recently with its newly renovated waterpark and rooms. Guests have had lots of thrilling stays with their kids, sliding down the two waterslides and running through the water curtain and spray pad. There's a section for toddlers too! With an amazing free hot breakfast buffet and other great meals on site at DISH restaurant or the Knotted Thistle Pub, this hotel is fast becoming a very popular Regina destination. Even Winnipegers have heard of it--why not? It's only a 6-minute drive from the airport. If you're able to break away from your 50" HDTV at the hotel, you'll find some nice shopping and restaurants in the area. 
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Book from ~$152 CAD
Well-liked east Regina hotel with indoor pool, waterslide, kitchenettes & free hot breakfast
This hotel offers good value and good times with nicely renovated rooms in east Regina. Guests enjoy the varied and plentiful free breakfast buffet with rotating hot items and the location, with plenty of great restaurants on the hotel’s doorstep and lots of shopping nearby. It’s accommodating to families who want to make a big or little splash with waterslide, indoor pool as well as child’s splash pool. Family suites (separate bedroom areas and kitchenette) or the football theme rooms (bunk beds, 2 TVs with PlayStation 4 Console, free games and movies, and a jetted tub) offer a fun getaway for the whole family.

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Book from ~$132 CAD
Good value east Regina budget hotel with well-liked free hot breakfast and free parking
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Book from ~$144 CAD
Comfortable Regina hotel with indoor pool, waterslide, restaurant and jacuzzi suites
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Book from ~$308 CAD
North Regina hotel with indoor pool, waterslide, restaurant, free: airport shuttle & parking
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Book from ~$178 CAD
Pet-friendly downtown Regina hotel with indoor pool, waterslide, restaurant and lounge
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Book from ~$135 CAD
Well-liked downtown Regina hotel offers suites with mini-kitchens and free hot breakfast
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Book from ~$115 CAD
Downtown Regina budget hotel with well-liked restaurant and free parking but mixed reviews

Choosing A Hotel in Regina

Quick Summary of Most Popular Areas
Downtown Regina: the central hub for entertainment, dining and tourism
Regina Airport: conveniently located very close to the downtown core
Casino Regina: a hot spot for locals and tourist alike in the heart of downtown

Brief look at Regina
Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan, does not necessarily have any world-famous landmarks or distinguishing features that make it a hugely popular tourist destination, however it is a beautiful city to visit if you ever get the chance. To be fair, the prairies in general are not necessarily a tourist hot spot and Regina is somewhat overshadowed by the city of Saskatoon and the neighbouring province of Alberta, home to many mountainous and scenic areas. Travellers flying in and out of the city will find it convenient to get in and out of downtown as the Regina Airport is only 5km from the downtown core. In addition, Casino Regina, a popular hot spot for locals and tourist alike, is located in the heart of downtown. Regina caters to a variety of walking, bus and dragon boat tours for those looking for something a little out of the ordinary.

Surrounding Area
Similar to other cities in the prairies, Regina is a popular overnight destination for travellers making their way along the Trans Canada Highway. Regina is roughly 80km west of Moose Jaw and only about 160km north of the Montana, US border. Travellers looking to get a round of golf in are in luck as there are numerous courses surrounding the city.