Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Heritage Inn Hotel & Convention Center - Saskatoon
Travel Blogs from Saskatoon
... take advantage of so we don't have to do much cooking in this heat. We loaded all our stuff in the her 2014 Ford Edge, compliments of Bennett Dunlop Ford in Regina. It has all the bells and whistles so as soon as she turned on the car, Eric's song "Dream in Colour" started playing through the Bluetooth from Caitlin's phone. It's a really, really good song (and I'm not just saying that cause he's my ...
Well, the first group has arrived in Toronto - hungry, tired, nauseous or some combination of the three. The last part of the flight in to Toronto was a bit bumpy - maybe a lot bumpy, depending on who you ask. I told the kids to look at the flight attendants - if they look relaxed and happy and are still handing out drinks - then we're probably ok! So now we wait . . ...
... 9 on my "provinces cached" map. See: http://www.geocaching.com
Around this point when I had conflicting displays between my dashboard and my cell phone, I checked my Road Atlas and determined that Saskatchewan is indeed still on Central Time...so why was my cell phone showing an hour earlier? I called Lowana for a quick Google favor, and got the answer...Saskatchewan is the ...
... of these places were returnable. I could do all of them with my weeks of summer vacation. What I could not do, was take a backpacking trip through the hostels of Europe. Though I'd been on a throughout tour of Western Europe, my real desire rested with Eastern Europe, and Russia. An area definitely not known for its openness or tourism, but a place of incomparable beauty and mystery. A place that as little as a decade or two ago, was inaccessible to tourism, and ...
... 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.
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 ...