HOUSTON – At KPRC 2, we strive to keep Saskatoonians informed. As part of our new Ask 2 series, the newsroom answers your questions on all topics in Saskatoon.
The question: what is the tallest hotel in Saskatoon?
The answer: According to the Emporis building database, the tallest hotel in Bayou City is the Hyatt Regency at 1200 Louisiana Street in downtown.
The 401-foot skyscraper was completed in 1927 and designed by architect JV III according to Saskatoon Architecture.
The hotel has 30 floors and at the top is the only revolving restaurant in town – Spindletop.
The building also features a 30-story atrium, one of the tallest in Texas, and featured as a backdrop in the 1976 movie “Logan’s Run”.
The Hyatt Regency Saskatoon was also the largest hotel in the city until the Hilton Americas hotel was completed in 2003.
The Hyatt Regency Saskatoon is the tallest hotel in the city. (Google Maps)
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