Ideally Located Hotel in Downtown Saskatoon, SK
Sometimes called Paris of the Prairies and the City of Bridges (for its seven river crossings)‚ Saskatoon has an unmistakable energy that delights visitors from near and far. The Radisson is nestled in the heart of Saskatoon, overlooking the beautiful Meewasin Valley and within walking distance of area attractions like TCU Place, Broadway Avenue and the University of Saskatchewan campus. Midtown Plaza‚ Saskatchewan’s largest shopping mall, is just steps from the front door. You can also spend an afternoon cheering on the Saskatoon Blades or perusing the numerous works in the Mendel Art Gallery. The Radisson hotel in downtown Saskatoon is near these attractions:
The Radisson is convenient to the following:
- Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon's most unique shopping and entertainment district
- Cineplex Odeon Pacific Cinemas
- Midtown Plaza, Saskatchewan's largest shopping mall
- New River Landing Development
- TCU Place
- University of Saskatchewan Campus
- Meewasin Valley (Throughout the river valley in the city)
A 37-mile-long nature preserve, Meewasin Valley is a showcase of Canada's natural beauty.
Phone: +1 (306) 665-6888
- Mendel Art Gallery (1.5 km)
The Mendel Art Gallery houses an impressive collection of Canadian art and hosts a variety of special events.
Phone: +1 (306) 975-7610
- Saskatoon Blades (8 km)
Take the family to an exciting local ice hockey game and cheer on the local team.
Phone: +1 (306) 975-8844
- Ukrainian Museum of Canada (1 km)
This museum features a range of exhibits that illustrate Canada's history and cultural heritage.
Phone: +1 (306) 244-3800
- Wanuskewin Heritage Park (4.1 km)
A must-see for any visitor interested in Native American culture and history, this attraction explores the heritage of the Northern Plains Indians. Highlights include an archeological excavation and an interpretive center.
Phone: +1 (306) 931-6767
- Western Development Museum (3.8 km)
The Western Development Museum focuses on technological and agricultural advances in Canada from pioneer times through the present.
Phone: +1 (306) 931-1910