BEST WESTERN Royal Hotel

1715 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 1B4, Canada | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located in the Mayfair area of Saskatoon, is near Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory, Big Muddy Badlands, Sam Kelly's Outlaw Caves, and Theriault (Unknown) Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Saskatoon

    On the road again!!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by ctcarmi on Jul 15, 2014

    5 photos

    ... put on a little show in the basement of this hotel that has various secret doors etc. bit amusing!!!!!! Moving on, weare trying to get as far as we can today as we still have a fair way to go to get to Winnipeg by tomorrow night! Tommy is putting the foot down!!!! Still passing through farming country. Ended up spending night in Regina, and early night, Tommy is nearly over the ...

    Hatchet Lake Lodge

    A travel blog entry by sophie1992 on Apr 12, 2014

    5 photos

    We began working for Hatchet Lake Lodge in early June and spent the best part of two and a half months at this prime fisherman's hideaway. We had gotten the job through a friend and had pre-organized it before we left home. We worked about 10hrs per day without a day off, and although the hours were long and tiring, it really was a fantastic couple of months.

    The lodge is on an island in an isolated area of Northern Saskatchewan. Along with a handful of staff, there ...

    Day 4: Brandon, MB to Saskatoon, SK

    A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 01, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... up yet (still about 48F/9C), but out in the prairie the winds were blowing unobstructed and sustained at at least 35 kts, so while setting up the tripod for the shot, I was pretty much freezing my cojones off. After completing the shot and knowing I would be stopping for a geocache hunt a few minutes hence, I executed a "quick change" into sweats, with the car door only partially blocking me ...

    A Grand Adventure

    A travel blog entry by jpearson on Mar 31, 2013

    ... willing to be exposed to whatever comes their way, why should I be so willing to rush through this time!? So I decided that, before my career began, before I bought a house, I needed to travel, for as long as my money would hold out. I needed to see and experience as much as I could. And then, when the time (and my credit card company), decided that I'd had enough, I would come back, and embrace wholeheartedly a life that I wanted. A job will always be there. ...

    The Saskatchewanian

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Jan 11, 2013

    12 photos

    ... a third helping of turkey stuffing at dinner, or slurping gravy directly from a comically large spoon, no normally disparaged method of disrupting your body’s delicate digestive system is off limits.

    Winter

    So much of the Saskatchewanian identity is derived from the six long months of darkness, cold and disheartening weather forecasts they refer to as “winter” that it deserves its own section. From that depressing morning sometime ...