The provincial capital was still reeling from the 1912 Regina Cyclone when this grand railway hotel opened in 1927, and the Victorian‑inspired suites still get the royal treatment with imperial‑blue wallpaper and gilded trimming. The on‑site barbershop has been serving up hot‑towel shaves since 1948, while the best shoeshines in the city are available in the hotel lobby. Modern touches include the in‑house patisserie as well as the twice‑weekly Fresh Sheet dinners, with all ingredients purchased from the Regina Farmers’ Market. It’s worth writing home about – just drop your letter in any of the original gold‑plated mail chutes.
Victorian elegance with blue accents for a suite at the Hotel Saskatchewan
The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection —
For the royal treatment