There are dozens of reasons to visit Lethbridge, Alberta. From the excellent arts and culture, the lush green spaces, the informative historical sites, to the exciting shopping opportunities – these are just the beginning. But after all that sightseeing, you’ll want to fall into a comfortable bed will you not? Lethbridge provides visitors to the city a number of accommodations options, ranging from high-end hotels to budget-conscious motels and unique bed-and-breakfasts. Most of the city’s accommodations are located in the south, but options can be found all over the city.
Lethbridge has more than a dozen options for comfortable, moderately priced hotels. Most of the hotels are part of larger chains. Among the most expensive (and comfortable) are the two Holiday Inns and the Quality Inn.
There are several options for those visitors who need conference or meeting room facilities. The Holiday Inn, the Coast Lethbridge Hotel and the Lethbridge Lodge all have full convention centers, while about half a dozen of the city’s hotels, including Hampton Inn & Suites and the Sandman Hotel, have meeting rooms.
If you’re looking for all-inclusive lodging, consider Lethbridge Lodge. This hotel provides facilities for business and relaxation. Lounge under palm trees next to the hotel’s outdoor pool and hot tub or dine at one of the hotel’s three restaurants. After a day of poolside relaxation, you can party at the hotel’s Essie’s Night Club, which features live music, pool and dancing.
For environmentally conscious travelers, many of the city’s hotels are Sabre Eco-Certified, which means they choose more sustainable practices. The Sabre website offers a complete listing of Lethbridge hotels that have earned its certification. Lethbridge’s accommodations offer a variety of amenities, including swimming pools, fitness centers, free breakfast, Internet, restaurants and room service.
If you’re on a budget, Lethbridge has options for under $100 a night. The Travelodge and the Super 8 both provide inexpensive but comfortable rooms for travelers. For those on a budget and planning on visiting Lethbridge in the late spring or summer, Lethbridge College offers short- and long-term rentals at its resident housing facilities. Choices range from a single room to a four-bedroom townhouse, complete with linen service, high-speed Internet and access to campus amenities, including fitness facilities. This option is a bargain – an overnight stay is between $40 and $70 per person per night.
Those visitors looking for a more “homey” option can consider one of Lethbridge’s friendly bed-and-breakfasts. The Norland Bed and Breakfast provides luxury accommodations in a century-old Victorian mansion with beautifully manicured grounds.
You’ll feel right at home in your cozy room at Enid’s B&B and wake up to a hot home-cooked meal. At the Heritage House, you’ll be staying in one of Alberta’s finest examples of Art Deco architecture. The Charles Street B&B is located in Lethbridge’s historic London Road neighborhood. This charming Victorian house has three guest rooms named after belles of Hollywood: Ava, Marilyn and Greta.
Large groups can rent out the entire Coulee View Getaway Inn, which offers six bedrooms and four bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a multipurpose room, all for very reasonable rates.
Lethbridge has many accommodations options for visitors with all budgets. Whether you’re looking for a hotel that has the capacity for your business conference or a quaint, quiet B&B, you’ll find a place to get a good night’s rest in this small but fascinating city.