Home to contemporary rooms with free Wi-Fi to keep guests up to speed, Travelodge Prince Albert also has guests on track with a handy address on Highway 2. This two-floor, exterior-corridor lodging with hip curb appeal offers 80 rooms, including non-smoking and smoking options. Rooms are outfitted with chic, modern furniture in rich, dark finishes that pop in contrast to ultra-white linens and clean, light palettes. High-tech touches include free Wi-Fi and flat-panel cable TVs. Mini-fridges and microwaves make road travel a lot smoother, as do the choice of suites with sofa beds. There's an on-site restaurant and bar for fueling up and winding down, along with a fitness room to get the endorphins pumping. Parking is free and pets are allowed. Right on the main drag — Highway 2 — the hotel puts guests one mile south of downtown Prince Albert and the lure of North Saskatchewan River. With EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts and Mann Art Gallery equally close, guests can get a healthy dose of culture while in town. Guests might want to get lucky, too, with Northern Lights Casino within a 10-minute walk. Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport is about 85 miles. Hitting the mark for modern style and central access on the main highway, Travelodge Prince Albert offers welcome value-adds including free Wi-Fi making for more comfortable stays.
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