Hotels & Motels in the Battlefords


Special Rates for LWC Tomahockey

Travelodge NB

992-101st St. 

North Battleford, SK

Tel: (306) 445-9425

Features 86 newly renovated guest rooms (tower) plus:  

  • Hot tub
  • In-room refrigerator & microwave available
  • In-room iron & ironing board
  • Complimentary parking
  • Free breakfast
  • Free Wifi
  • Indoor pool and 250 ft waterslide
  • Wyndham Rewards  

Rate: $99 plus taxes 

Deadline to reserve: March 15, 2019

Lone Star Hotel

1006 Hwy #16 (across from Tropical Inn)

North Battleford, SK 

Tel: (306) 446-8888

Free breakfast and supper

Rate: $128.95 (double)

Deadline: March 15, 2019

48 hour cancellation policy applies

Battlefords Inn

11212 Railway Ave. E.

North Battleford, SK S9A 2R7

Tel: (306) 445-1515

Toll Free 1-800-691-6076


Rate:  $99.99/single plus taxes

$115/double plus taxes 

Book by March 22, 2019

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Comfort Inn & Suites

610 Carlton Trail, North Battleford, SK S9A 4A9

Tel: (306) 445-3678


*Call by mid March as this hotel is booked until then for another group. If they do not call to reserve with a credit card the hotel reserves the right to sell them on a first come first served basis. 

Hitching Post Motel

1004 Highway #16 Bypass

(next door to the Lone Star Hotel) 

$99 plus tax

2 Beds

Tel: (306) 445-9464

Ask for Darrell

Canadian Motel

971-Highway 16

North Battleford, SK 

(west of the PetroCan)

Tel: (306) 445-7747


Check with websites like and  for links to great deals. 

Visit the Town of Battleford website at for attractions and accommodation info such as the Windsor Hotel and Queens Hotel. 

For a link to tourism information google search  

Winter-fest 2020 Announcement

Plans are underway for winter-fest in 2020. The event will include hockey, 8-ball pool, talent show, culture and more. It will be modeled after other Indigenous nations decolonization events.  

The Battle River Nations Winter-fest will be modeled after the very successful Dakota Nation Winter-fest held in Brandon, Manitoba for the past three decades plus. 

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