Best Western Plus Meridian Hotel
About Best Western Plus Meridian Hotel
Hotels in Lloydminster offer travelers fantastic access to the top destinations in Alberta, including some of the best shopping and dining. Guests searching for hotels near Lakeland College, Alberta, need a property with plenty of space that offers competitive extended stay rates. This Lloydminster hotel is a favorite for students and their families, faculty, and staff. With all the amenities of home, this peaceful property is an idyllic home away from home and just a few minutes from the lush campus. There are also a number of Husky Energy employees who rely on the comfort of this well-appointed property. Whether traveling for business or leisure, having easy access to Highway 17 is a must for travelers. Close to Servus Sports Centre, where exciting tournaments and games take place year-round, this Lloydminster hotel offers guests the absolute best location with premium service. The Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds are also close to the property, ensuring that no matter what brings travelers to the region, they can quickly get to their destination. However, considering the quality amenities of the property, many guests prefer to simply relax. Enjoy pillow-top mattresses in each of the spacious guest rooms and a free hot breakfast every morning. The morning buffet offerings feature local and regional favorites, a continental flair, and 100% bottomless Arabica coffee. All guest rooms have a microwave and refrigerator perfect for extended stays or for travelers who prefer to stock up on their own favorite treats. The friendly staff is available 24/7 and happy to offer recommendations and tips on must-see attractions, local hot spots, and how to best enjoy the beauty of Alberta. At this Lloydminster hotel, the comfort of guests is the top priority and it's reflected in positive reviews and return visitors. Book your stay at the Best Western Plus Meridian Hotel and take advantage of the premium location!
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