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Whether it's your first time in the Paris of the Prairies or you're a veteran visitor, you'll find that Saskatoon is a beautiful setting for a summer music festival, and an exciting travel destination year-round. As you take in the festival and explore Saskatoon you’ll see why the New York Times ranked Saskatoon as #18 in their annual 52 Places to Go 2018!

Below you'll find listings of our great hotel partners, all within walking distance of our two largest venues in downtown Saskatoon. Each hotel is offering a unique promotion, while providing a distinctive guest experience. We are confident you'll find your perfect fit! You will also find information on Tourism Saskatoon, who can direct you to restaurants, shops, and other attractions while visiting the city.




The historic and iconic Delta Bessborough is conveniently located along the South Saskatchewan River, and happens to be the location of the TD Mainstage.

The Delta Bessborough Hotel extends a special room rate ranging from $142 - $157 per night to SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival ticket holders. As you enjoy contemporary luxuries and exclusive services to enhance your stay you will notice each stunning room features custom beds, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and connectivity docks. Upgrade to a club room or suite granting access to the private lounge, and serving continental breakfast and evening appetizers. Catch TD Mainstage shows in the hotel's backyard or check out Nutrien Club Jazz – where you will find 10 days of free music and other family friendly entertainment right next door in Kiwanis Park North. 

Rooms can be booked exclusively online to receive special rates during the festival. You will be required to show proof of festival ticket purchase at time of check in.




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Saskatoon's chic oasis, The James Hotel, is a centrally located, premiere boutique accommodation featuring stunning views of the river from luxury suites.

Just steps away from the TD Mainstage and Nutrien Free Stage, The James Hotel provides premium convenience for festival fans. Their spacious and carefully designed suites provide a fresh perspective on the guest experience, offering travelers unparalleled quality and a truly memorable stay with rates starting at $199 per night on select room types. Complete your festival experience when The James lobby bar becomes the place to be, featuring live music following the Mainstage and Free Stage headliners.

To reserve please call 306.244.6446. To qualify for their special rate, you will be required to show proof of a festival ticket purchase at time of check in. Rates include complimentary surface parking for one vehicle, hot full breakfast, and nightly turn-down service. For more information on The James Hotel, visit their website.






The Sheraton Cavalier Hotel, Saskatchewan's best hotel to relax and recharge, is also an ideal place to call home during the festival. Conveniently located right across the street from the new location of the Nutrien Free Stage – get in on all the downtown action!

Make a weekend of it by staying at the Sheraton Cavalier and enjoy the sounds of the festival from Scarlet, their beautifully designed restaurant and patio serving delicious homemade comfort food in a captivating and inviting atmosphere. Enjoy live entertainment at Scarlet and then head out to the TD Mainstage or Nutrien Free Stage for more great music.

Stay at the Sheraton with special Jazz rates starting at $145 with complimentary parking (value of $15) to SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival ticket holders. Rooms can be booked exclusively online to receive special rates during the festival. You will be required to show proof of festival ticket purchase at time of check in.

For more information about the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel Jazz Festival ticket holder rate, visit them online and enter the date of your stay or call toll-free at 1.800.325.353 or direct at 306.652.6770.







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Tourism Saskatoon is a fantastic resource for detailed information about the city, including tips on dining, shopping, events, and much more. Visit them online or phone toll-free at 1.800.567.2444. Once in Saskatoon, you can drop by their downtown office located at 101-202 4th Avenue North (map).

The cuisine scene in Saskatoon is thriving, and with plenty of local ingredients and a hungry local population, it's a chef’s heaven! Delight in the diversity of our city’s restaurants, be inspired by their creativity, and feel welcome with friendly, helpful service that is a cornerstone of Saskatoon. Want to find out what other visitors think? Read this article in Food + Wine Magazine to find out why visitors are calling Saskatoon the newest culinary hot spot in Canada.

Saskatoon is a mecca for independent boutique shops, which are dotted mostly in our historic neighbourhoods: Riversdale, Broadway, and the downtown core. Whether it's luxury labels, vintage, or hand-crafted marvels, you can have a different shopping experience in each of these neighbourhoods. We pride ourselves on our distinctive and diversified city and our historic neighbourhoods are the perfect way to discover this mosaic.

While enjoying the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival and your time in the city, share your Saskatoon moments using #saskatooning.

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