Situated near the banks of the Saskatoon River, opened in 1935 by the Canadian National Railway, and built to resemble a Bavarian Castle
The grand chateau-style Delta Bessborough has a rich history and an excellent location on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River. Opened in 1935 by the Canadian National Railway, and built to resemble a Bavarian Castle
The hotel is in an excellent position for exploring the city, with the waterfront parks and paths just steps away and the Midtown Plaza with f great shopping a short stroll in the other direction. Walk through the plaza to reach the popular Farmers’ Market brimming with fresh produce and crafts. A short drive up the coast brings you to the Mendel Gallery which has a good collection of art from all areas and a pretty conservatory with exotic plants, and to the dock where you can take a brunch or dinner cruise on Saskatoon’s riverboat The Prairie Lily.
Choose from a standard moderoom, a modeclub which includes access to the club lounge with complimentary breakfast and evening appetisers, or upgrade to a suite with a separate bedroom and large sitting area
Several areas in the hotel are occupied by three restaurants and other food-based services. Restaurants located within the Bessborough Hotel include the a Japanese restaurant known as Samurai, and Garden Court Cafe, a restaurant featuring locally sourced food.
The light, airy atrium houses an indoor swiming pool, gym, steam room, sauna and jacuzzi
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