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From penthouses to classy apartments, Saskatoon's Airbnb game is coming in strong and you need to check it out.
Whether you live in Saskatoon and you want a stay-cation, or you are looking for a new place to travel to this summer, put these Saskatoon destinations at the top of your list. Some of the spots are perfect for a cozy romantic getaway with your S.O., while others are ideal for you and the girls to have a relaxing weekend.
Whatever you're in the mood for this summer, check out these four beautiful Airbnbs that Saskatoon has to offer!
Please note: these prices may change depending on availability and season and may not reflect the exact price at the time of booking. There also may be additional fees and service costs associated with the rental that are not included in the nightly rate.
Clean & Modern Two-Bedroom Suite
Clean & Modern Two-Bedroom Suite.
Price: $140+ per night
Why You Should Go: This stylish rental has large windows that allow for lots of natural sunlight.
Price: $275 per night
Why You Should Go: This space is a modern place for friends and family to chill for the weekend. There's a special play space for kids and even a separate studio that guests can use as a reading room or for yoga.
Price: $149 per night
Why You Should Go: Right in the heart of the city, this beautiful listing with two private outdoor spaces is perfect for that weekend getaway.
Price: $103 per night
Why You Should Go: This quiet listing is a cozy private studio that has a breakfast bar, expresso makers, and a furnished patio area with a wood-burning fireplace.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
This article has been updated since it was originally published on June 23, 2017.