See why so many travellers make Econo Lodge their hotel of choice when visiting Regina. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity to Kings Park Speedway (1.8 mi), guests of Econo Lodge can easily experience one of Regina's most popular landmarks.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk and newspaper while staying at Econo Lodge. In addition, Econo Lodge offers free breakfast, which will help make your Regina trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you like diners, Econo Lodge is conveniently located near Hunter Gatherer Vegetarian Diner.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Victoria Park (0.9 mi), which is a popular Regina attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
At Econo Lodge, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Regina.
We had two rooms and neither of them was like the photos on the hotel website. The rooms were old and dirty with obvious slapdash repairs. The walls were paper thin and we could hear lots of noise from other hotel guests. One positive remark -the bedding smelled and looked clean. I would NOT recommend staying here.
rooms smiled like smoke that a no-smoking room had Mexican in hall way ALL night drinking. compliant to management did not do anything water leaked just a horrible to try to rest for the night the management couldn't speech English and got NO SUPPORT from PROBLEM
Hardwood flooring, kids run around, that’s normal, but it will shorten or interrupt your sleep. You can hear EVERYTHING right next door. Then Housekeeping bangs on hollowed halls, shouts “house keeping” then plays music while cleaning.
Clean, comfortable beds, some upgrades, bathrooms show there age. Reasonable prices. Juice, muffins, waffles, bagels, yogurt and cereal for breakfast. Coffee in room, microwave and bar fridge. AC in the window for summer. Stay in the back, it’s quiet at night.
The room wasn’t bad. Beds were soft, looked put together. There was no TV guide or anything so we had to just flip the channels and wait for everything to not be commercials to see what the show was. The bathroom seemed fine, but when we looked closer the toilet paper was halfway gone and there was hair everywhere on the floor. The tub was also covered in hairs up close. I couldn’t see them until I was bending over to prepare for a bath and was immediately grossed out. Even with all that the breakfast was good! My brother and I loved it, we made waffles in their waffle maker and they had everything ready and prepared. Coffee, juice, bread of all sorts, muffins of all sorts. Very nice!
We picked the Econo Lodge as an affordable place to stay for a short weekend trip to Regina. The location at the eastern edge of Regina in a largely commercial area of strip malls, hotels and gas stations was fine for our purposes. There were a number of casual restaurants within easy walking distance (an adequate continental breakfast was provided at the hotel). Our two rooms appeared to be recently renovated, and were clean and comfortable with the typical in-wall air conditioner a blessing during our 30+ degree stay. A unique feature was access from the parking lot right outside our main floor rooms as well as from an interior hallway. Given this, newer vinyl plank was a practical flooring choice. The Econo Lodge is set back quite far from the Prince of Wales Dr expressway, so was surprisingly quiet. An unexpected bonus was a section of the Trans Canada Trail (Pilot Butte Creek Pathway) was accessible across the way so we were able to easily cycle right to Wascana Lake in the centre of the city.…
I stay here all the time, multiple nights, love the location, property is always clean and well cared for. So imagine my disappointment when I check in and my room is about +15C. A request for heat gets me a space heater so loud you can’t heat your room and talk on the phone/watch TV at the same time. When I try to heat at least the bathroom I realize there isn’t even a shower curtain on the tub. Now you would think that would be enough, but no, remember the loud space heater well it blows a breaker so now I don’t even have electricity in my room. On the plus side without electricity I am probably saving what little hearing I have left because that space heater is no longer screeching and grinding. When I try to call the front desk for help, surprise, surprise the phone in my room, while it does blink festively, is actually dead. The staff were friendly but completely out of their depth when it comes to solving problems.…
We traveled to Regina for a conference and booked a room here as a last resort because everything else booked up so fast. The price was amazing at $57/night compared to staying on campus in a shared room at $70/night, or at another hotel for $100+. We stayed four nights. We were very happy to see the room to be spotless! The beds were very comfortable. Staff was very friendly and happy to bring us a blow dryer, extra pillows, and extra blankets. However, breakfast was terrible. Your options are carbs, carbs, carbs, carbs, or a yogurt (also mostly carbs). No hot food - I wouldn't consider a waffle or toast to be "hot". They also ran out of food very quickly and took a long time to restock in the mornings.
This is the most expensive econo lodge we have stayed at. We thought the continental breakfast would at least match others. waffle is the only hot food, and only enough batter for 3 waffles stored in cups, for all guests. The room is clean. I like access to an outside door. Shower has excellent pressure.
Our stay here was very good! Rooms have been mostly renovated and it was clean and comfortable. It's main competition would probably be the Motel 6 for style and price, except the Econo Lodge has a free breakfast included. It is not a huge breakfast but they had waffle maker that was very good, (have actually had bad waffles at other hotels). Also bagels, toast, yogurt and juice and coffee. Breakfast starts at 5AM, hotel is wood construction so you hear the other guests getting up to head to breakfast at 5AM. Ask for an upstairs room at the end if you are a light sleeper and you want to sleep in. Hotel is pet friendly, beds were comfortable and had good linens. Wanted to use the computer but it was dead, managed ok with the free wifi anyways. Overall we would stay again!