Editor's Top 9 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~C$107 
Well-liked south Regina hotel on Hwy 6 with free parking and well-equipped rooms 
Executive Royal Hotel has some very good room rates and is our 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.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, parking, local calls
  • Rooms were clean and quiet with nice décor and comfortable beds
  • Location very convenient to highway, shopping, good restaurants and other destinations
  • Staff were well liked-friendly, polite and helpful
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
  • Some guests enjoyed the dining on site
Cons
  • Some found rooms too hot with difficulty adjusting the temperature
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Book from ~C$187 
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. 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, newspapers, coffee in the lobby
  • Rooms were enjoyed for their cleanliness, decor and very comfy beds
  • Location was well liked, across from the park, an easy walk to restaurants, the Mosaic Stadium and the Cornwall Centre
  • Guests enjoyed the dining and breakfasts on site
  • Many guests liked the grandeur and old world charm of this historic hotel
  • Some guests spoke of beautiful views from their rooms
  • Wi-Fi rated excellent by guest reviewers
Cons
  • Self-parking is $15 and valet parking is $20 per night
  • Some guests found the bathrooms small
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Book from ~C$144 
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. 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, hot breakfast, parking, local calls
  • Guests loved the rooms and said they were very clean with comfy beds
  • Staff highly appreciated with quick check in and attentive service
  • Location was handy to restaurants and shops in walking distance
  • The waterpark was well loved by many guests
  • Guests found the free breakfast excellent along with other on-site dining
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by online reviewers
Cons
  • Some found the pool area way too crowded
  • Some complained of noise from children in the pool area
  • Some at times found the parking lot crowded
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Book from ~C$99 
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.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, parking, local calls, all day coffee in lobby, pet stays
  • Guests typically liked the staff and found them helpful
  • Guests enjoyed the pools and waterslide
  • Well-liked free hot breakfast at this hotel
  • Rooms had nice decor and were well cared for
  • Wi-Fi was rated as good overall
  • Location was handy to the hwy, restaurants and shopping in walking distance
  • Many thought the hotel provided good value
Cons
  • Some guests found uncomfortable beds
  • Some reported noise disturbances from children at the pool or in the hallways
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Book from ~C$153 
Well-liked downtown Regina hotel with spacious rooms, free hot breakfast and free Wi-Fi
This downtown hotel is a good choice for a quick business stay or for taking in a Riders game at Mosaic stadium. It’s well priced and clean and offers a well-equipped and spacious room with a well-liked free breakfast buffet (think make-your-own waffles, eggs, fresh fruit, pastries). Wi-Fi is free (great for a downtown hotel in Canada) and works! And guests who are driving in can utilize their secure underground parking (better for downtown Regina), although this will cost another $16. It’s walking distance to restaurants and the Cornwall Centre for shopping.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, hot breakfast buffet, local calls
  • Clean, spacious rooms with comfy beds said guests
  • Location was convenient to all things downtown
  • Staff professional and accommodating to guests
  • Several guests said the hotel provided good value
  • Wi-Fi was very good according to online guest surveys
Cons
  • Parking is $12 for outdoor and $16 for underground
  • Several guests complained of traffic noise
  • Slow elevator a problem for some guests
  • Occasionally guests found mattresses that were uncomfortable
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Book from ~C$130 
Highly praised downtown Regina hotel with restaurant, Starbucks café & rooms with balcony
This hotel is walking distance to most everything in the downtown district and offers newly renovated and modern interiors. Rooms have 42” HDTVs with pay-per-view movies, mini-fridges, ergonomic work desks, large glass showers and cozy bathrobes. Great for a business stay, the hotel offers excellent free Wi-Fi, plus free wired Internet in the rooms. There are plenty of spacious areas to meet with clients in the hotel in a formal or informal setting. Guests enjoy the large buffet breakfasts and excellent fine dining on site. Starbucks is in the lobby for those special coffee moments.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, local calls, newspapers
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by guests overall
  • Many enjoyed the newly decorated and very clean rooms
  • Many guests were pleased with the restaurant on site
  • The fitness facility was appreciated for having modern equipment
  • Guests found the location convenient to restaurants, pubs, airport and hospital in the downtown
  • The staff were very friendly and helpful, according to many guests
Cons
  • Parking is $12 per night
  • Some guests felt the hotel was a little pricey
  • A few said their bathrooms were small
  • No indoor pool a disappointment for some guests
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Book from ~C$119 
Well-liked downtown Regina hotel offers suites with mini-kitchens and free hot breakfast
Guests looking for an economical stay in Regina’s downtown and don’t require convenient parking, will want to snap up a room at the friendly Holiday Inn Express for the exceptional value it provides. Besides a central location, it offers an enjoyable and generous hot and cold breakfast buffet and very good Wi-Fi, both included in the room rate. It’s only a 2-minute walk from the Cornwall Centre for some retail therapy too. Rooms are well fitted out with 42” flat screen TVs and mini-fridges and guests find them spacious, clean and quiet (special for a downtown hotel). Parking is available but is limited, so guests have parked in the Impark lot across the street or even on the street (free if you park after 6 pm and leave before 8 am).
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, local calls
  • Guests liked their clean, quiet and comfortable rooms
  • Many guests liked this location for business, sports venues, restaurants and airport
  • Staff were excellent and gave great service
  • Guests typically enjoyed the free breakfast
  • Many appreciated the value provided at this hotel for the downtown location
  • Wi-Fi was rated as very good overall by guests
  • Many said they would return
Cons
  • Parking is $12 per night with a limited number of spots
  • Some thought the area was a little sketchy for walking around at night
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Book from ~C$118 
Comfortable south Regina hotel near dining with indoor pool, hot tub suites & free breakfast
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, hot breakfast, parking, local calls, newspapers
  • Guests found very clean, spacious and comfortable rooms
  • The free breakfast was liked for its variety and quality
  • Staff members were attentive and very helpful said guests
  • Location was convenient to restaurants and shopping in walking distance
  • Some thought the hotel was well priced for value
Cons
  • A few guests said the parking lot could be tight for larger vehicles
  • Occasionally a guest would comment on the lack of an automatic door in the front lobby entrance
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Book from ~C$136 
Regina airport hotel 6 min to YQR with free: shuttle, parking, breakfast, indoor pool & slide
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, breakfast, parking, airport shuttle
  • Many liked this newer hotel and said the rooms were clean and spacious
  • Guests liked the location for accessing the airport, a Tim Hortons in the parking lot and other restaurants on foot
  • The staff were very well liked for being kind and accommodating
  • Many appreciated the free shuttle service to the airport
  • The free breakfast was well liked by guests
  • Wi-Fi very good according to guests
Cons
  • There was the occasional slight noise disturbance, according to reviewers

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Editor's Picks
Book from ~C$135 
East Regina hotel 10 minutes from the city centre with spacious rooms and nearby dining
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, free parking and free local calls
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and well appointed
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly service
  • Several reviewers enjoyed the food at the free breakfast
  • Several guests found the location convenient for accessing the highway
  • A couple of reviewers thought that this hotel offered good value
Cons
  • No on-site restaurant
  • A couple of guests noted weak water pressure in the bathrooms

Tips For Staying In Regina

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.

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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.
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