Owned by Leadon Investments, Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown Undergoes Transformation and Rebranding

Canada, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. February 07, 2019

Marriott International, Inc. today announced the rebranding and opening of the Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown. The reimagined property will deliver an upscale choice to the seasoned traveler. The 291-room hotel located at 405 20th Street East, is owned by Leadon Investments and managed by Marriott International, Inc.

The 18-story Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown offers an indoor swimming pool and whirlpool spa, a full-service fitness center, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a large heated underground parking garage. The full-service hotel also provides 13 meeting rooms with a combined 20,881 square feet of functional space to accommodate 1,000 people, as well as Aroma RestoBar open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The largest hotel in Saskatoon showcases a prairie landscape with captivating views of downtown as well as the South Saskatchewan River. Situated within walking distance to numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options, as well as many local businesses, the Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown offers guests convenient access to Remai Modern, River Landing, Midtown Plaza, the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, and Broadway - home of the trendiest restaurants and shops in Saskatoon.

The Delta Hotels Saskatoon Downtown guest rooms and suites feature spacious floor plans with ultra-comfortable beds, premium bedding and towels, upgraded showers, luxurious bath amenities and workspaces designed to keep you focused.

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