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
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