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Prince Albert Saskatchewan Accommodations

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Known as the Gateway to the North and the final major port as you travel to northern Saskatchewan, Prince Albert is a bustling, thriving center well-loved for its diversity. Not only are the residents an eclectic, friendly bunch, but both the landscape and the eco-regions are neatly split — the North Saskatchewan River bisects the city and its vegetation. North of the river, you'll find boreal forests, while aspen parkland spreads south of the water. More from this guide...

Prince Albert Hotels/Accommodations

Quality Hotel & Conference Centre - Prince Albert 67 13th St. East Prince Albert, Prince Albert, SK S6V1C7
  • Mid-scale Suburban property
  • 2 conference rooms in property
Ramada Prince Albert - Prince Albert 3245 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V5G1
  • 3 star Suburban property
  • Hotel has 5 suites
  • Vibe is not too good
  • Breakfast is good
Days Inn : 150 34th St. West 150 34th St. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V8E9
  • Economy hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Prince Albert 3580 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V5G2
  • Affordable Suburban property
  • Access to gym on-site
  • About half of guests said rooms were clean enough
  • Room not ready
Travelodge Prince Albert : 3551 2nd Ave. West 3551 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V5G1
  • Two-star Downtown hotel
From$60
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Prince Albert Inn 3680 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V6H9
  • 3 star property
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
Comfort Inn Prince Albert - Prince Albert 3863 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6W1A1
  • Economical Suburban property
  • Check in: 3:00pm
  • Fair family hotel
  • Room is all right
Best Western Marquis Inn & Suites 602 Marquis Rd. East, Prince Albert, SK S6V7P2
  • Midscale property
  • Check-in time: 04:00
From$119
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Super 8 Prince Albert 4444 2nd Ave. West, Prince Albert, SK S6V5S2
  • Economy Highway hotel
  • 6 suites in hotel

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Because it sits in the White Fox Plain in the lowlands of the Saskatchewan, Prince Albert is part of the Saskatchewan Plains Region of the Central Lowlands Province. The main thing to take away from that fact is that you will see things in the city and the forests surrounding it that will take your breath away.

There's a reason the Cree called the area “kistahpinanihk.” It translates to “sitting pretty place,” and even before your plane touches down, you'll see that it's apt.

The Best Time to Visit Prince Albert, SK

Heading into the great northern wilds is not for the faint of heart. Canada, as a whole, has a reputation for being the friendliest place in North America, and although it's a stereotype, it mostly holds true. The weather isn't as amiable, however. While many parts of Canada, in general, and the province of Saskatchewan, specifically, enjoy moderate climates, Prince Albert lies to the extreme north. Remember, it's the last major hot spot before you wander into Saskatchewan's much more remote regions.

Prince Albert itself enjoys a climate that's classified as humid continental, characterized by relatively cold winters and moderate summers. During an average Prince Albert winter, for example, mean temperatures are usually somewhere around 0.9 degrees Fahrenheit in January, which is by far the coldest month. December and February aren't much better. Winter comes with a bang in town. Come November, there's a sudden and noticeable drop. Once March arrives, the increase in temperature is just as startling.

That's not to say that you shouldn't plan a visit during the coldest season, though. The sheer number of outdoor activities and snow sports is too tempting to pass up, particularly for adrenaline junkies. Prince Albert is the perfect place to set off on a northern cruise, as well — you'll rarely have a better shot at seeing the Northern Lights. Another bonus is that winter room rates generally fall as low as the mercury in the thermometer.

To avoid extreme cold, consider coming in fall or spring. In April, everything slowly warms up, and by May, you feel like winter never happened. September is all crisp weather, while October is colder, but tinged with the scent of falling leaves. Hotel prices are typically around the baseline level, but it's easy to luck out on a low rate.

Summertime in Prince Albert is all mid-70s, for the most part, but it feels warmer due to the high humidity. That means that you can explore the North Saskatchewan River and maybe even play in the water. It's still nippy in June, so consider a July visit. Just be aware that rates usually increase. It's smart to shop around for the best deal well in advance of your getaway.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Prince Albert, SK:

seasonality of hotel rates in Prince Albert

Prince Albert by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts demonstrating mean price trends by star rating class in Prince Albert, SK. You can use these charts to determine the best months to stay in Prince Albert for any future trips.

Luxury Accommodations in Prince Albert, SK

Who doesn't desire a teeny bit of luxury on their vacation? In this case, the Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Prince Albert is all about the holiday. Adult guests can swim lazy laps in the sprawling indoor pool while the little guys frolic in the kid's pool. Morning comes with a free breakfast, but don't worry — you can work off your waffles in the on-site fitness center. Ask about spacious suites with sitting areas, adjoining rooms, and in-room hot tubs.

Affordable Hotel Options in Prince Albert, SK

3 Star Average Prices: $120.74

Getting a deal in Prince Albert is as effortless as meeting a friendly local. Budget accommodations abound for the traveler who needs to watch what they spend. The Twilite Motel is right off Highway 2 South, increasing its convenience factor. It's close to the local casino, as well as the Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, a must-visit for anyone who's interested in the history of the Mounties. You save big thanks to free parking and Wi-Fi.

The Comfort Inn Prince Albert is another surefire pick. These accommodations are eco-friendly, but the rooms are sleek and well-decorated. Enjoy free breakfast and feel free to bring your pets. Head down to the lobby for access to the snack cafe. Since most rooms include both a microwave and a refrigerator, you can save more by preparing small meals and snacks in your room.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Prince Albert

Where are the real discounts in Prince Albert

Given that Prince Albert's population and attractions are so diverse, it's fitting that they welcome every type of traveler with open arms. Numerous hotels in the area cater to senior guests and people with AAA memberships. Never take for granted the ability to save on vacation! Even a few bucks here and there is better spent on a nice meal or a memorable experience.

At the Ramada Prince Albert, seniors have the option of a discount. It's worth it, too. In addition to relaxing in the Ramada's just-like-home rooms, you're close to the Northern Lights Casino, as well as the Prince Albert Historical Museum. The rooms are surprisingly massive, and to snag a suite with a hot tub, all you have to do is ask. You can even warm your bones by a fake fireplace that makes the bedroom extremely cozy.

Flash your AAA membership card at the Quality Hotel and Conference Center, and you can score a sweet deal. Because of the conference center, this is a perfect pick for business travelers. Leisure travelers will love it, too, thanks to the indoor pool, free breakfasts, and fitness facilities.

The Best Western Marquis Inn & Suites is your go-to for a longer vacation. It's a beaut. The lobby is a mix of rustic beauty and modern decor, while the rooms feature dreamy beds with stunning headboards, flat-screen TVs, and, in some, kitchenettes.

Best Value Options in Prince Albert, SK

How do you find a fantastic value in Prince Albert? Pay attention to what you get. Receiving value for money is about more than just the rate you pay. The amenities matter, as well. Ideally, you should also save more when you stay longer.

In town, the Super 8 by Wyndham Prince Albert is the best bet. Less than 2 miles from the city center, it's near Kinsmen Park, the Art Hauser Centre, and the Northern Lights Casino. The hotel offers complimentary breakfasts, and it has a fitness center on-site, which is always a plus. The rooms are serviceable and comfortable, and the cafe that serves coffee and breakfast near the lobby is charm itself.

Happening Attractions in Prince Albert, SK

The Northern Lights Casino is a big draw in Prince Albert, and not just for those visitors who enjoy playing poker or shooting craps. It's worthwhile to check out the entertainment line-up during your stay. You can see the shows without hitting the slots.

Prince Albert National Park is more than a mere park. While there are several biking and hiking trails throughout the city, a hike through the park reveals a trove of natural treasures. The park is home of a nesting colony of white pelicans, the only one of its kind in Canada. Walk a bit deeper into the woods, and you might see some plains bison. Go a little further, and you'll find the cabin that belonged to famed writer Grey Owl. It's a trek, but both readers and conservationists will love the spot.

In spite of the city's cold winters, the locals know how to do it up in the summer. A trip to Kinsmen is a must on hot days. The water park provides a refreshing respite from the humidity. Summer in the Square is another hot ticket. In addition to a farmers market every Wednesday and Saturday, you can enjoy live entertainment, fun activities, and free snacks on Wednesdays.

The Back to Batoche Days festival takes place in July, which is yet one more reason to come to Prince Albert during high summer. From square dancing to a feast of bannock burgers and live music, the festival attracts people from all over Saskatchewan, so travelers will fit in just fine.

In addition to the Prince Albert Historical Museum and the Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections, there are several spots that house relics from the town. The Vintage Power Museum promises an engaging experience that includes touring an old schoolhouse and watching a blacksmith in action. At the Diefenbaker House Museum, the local historical society will delight in showing you around the former Prime Minister's home, which is perfectly preserved to show visitors what life was like when John G. Diefenbaker lived there.

Take time to explore this little corner of Saskatchewan. From the forests to the aspen parkland and all of the city in between, there's no shortage of opportunities for fun and adventure in Prince Albert.

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