In 2020, my family and I logged six hotel nights at this property. With Covid, we were not allowed to stay in Manitoba and if you did you were supposed to self isolate for 14 days. So having family i... more
In 2020, my family and I logged six hotel nights at this property. With Covid, we were not allowed to stay in Manitoba and if you did you were supposed to self isolate for 14 days. So having family in Ontario, we avoided Manitoba all together and drove straight through to Ontario or drove from Ontario to this Best Western.
I really enjoyed this hotel, its only a few years old, but still smells new. The rooms are a bit bigger than average, it’s quiet, nice kitchette, and nice bathroom and ample parking in the front and back for people towing trailers or boats. We were also travelling with a 15 year old cockatiel bird, and the hotel was pet friendly..
With Covid there was no buffet, but the staff would bring out what you wanted for breakfast in their eating area. There is a place where they sell pop and treats, if you don’t want to go out. There are no restaurants immediately beside the hotel but there is a Red Barn (like Kelsey’s/AppleBees) about a five-minute walk from the hotel and a Subway about 10 minute walk away. There is also a Co-op Gar Bar with a Tim Hortons about a five-minute drive away if you need your coffee fix.
This hotel is comparable to any in a big city, and you wouldn’t know you are in rural Saskatchewan till you looked out your window. With Covid, the pools and hot tub were closed. If you are travelling across Canada, I certainly recommend this Best Western for a good nights stay. less