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Lethbridge hotels allow guests easy access to some of the most splendid destinations in Alberta, and helpful staff members are happy to serve as ambassadors.

At the Best Western Plus Service Inn & Suites, guests are treated to the finest in accommodations and top notch amenities. Hotels in Lethbridge put travelers close to many of Alberta's top attractions.

Enjoy an indoor pool and water slide, the perfect place to cool off (especially for traveling families). A free hot breakfast awaits guests each morning, featuring local fare as well as continental favorites (breakfast items may contain nuts). The Best Western Rewards® program is an added perk for loyal guests, and at this new property with easy highway access it's guaranteed that guests new to Best Western will quickly see why so many travelers around the world are frequent guests.

The local High Level Bridge is a must-see attraction, while the Galt Museum provides a dose of culture. At the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, travelers can take advantage of a relaxing, romantic stroll. Check out the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites nearby, such as the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump or the Waterton Lakes National Park. In the mood to work on your game? The Paradise Canyon Golf Club is just a few minutes away.

From the local Lethbridge Research Station to provincial and federal government offices, many business travelers are frequent guests at this Lethbridge hotel. The University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College are also close by, and faculty members, students, staff and their families depend on this property as a home away from home for full semesters or special events like graduation. Friendly staff and that welcoming cookie and water in rooms upon arrival is just part of what makes this property special.

Book a room at the Best Western Plus Service Inn & Suites and find out what else one of the newest properties has in store!

Guest Rooms

Popular rooms offered at this hotel.

Hotel Amenities

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Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Breakfast Service & Selections 

Low Rate Guarantee

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Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Pets allowed based on the availability of pet friendly rooms. Up to 2 dogs per room with a 80 pound weight limit. Additional pet types (cats, birds, etc.) may be accepted at the hotel's discretion. Pet rate is $20 per day with a $100 per week maximum. A refundable cleaning & damage deposit of $50 is required upon check-in. If damage occurs or excessive cleaning is needed, the deposit can become non-refundable and the hotel may charge additionally to cover the costs of repair/cleaning.
Child Policy
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.


Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Research Centre
  • 4.9 kilometer(s) from Pepsi Co®, only seven minutes to the Lethbridge plant
  • 1.8 kilometer(s) from Monsanto, only four minutes to local office. The closest hotel in town
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Stantec
  • 1.8 kilometer(s) from Cargill, so close you could walk. Only two minutes to drive to Lethbridge office
  • 1.8 kilometer(s) from Cavendish Farms, only a four minute drive to the local office. The closest hotel in town
  • 3.3 kilometer(s) from Cummins, closest hotel to local office. Only a five minute drive away.
  • 3 kilometer(s) from Richardson Pioneer, so close you could walk. Closest hotel to local office in Lethbridge. Easy access to highway from hotel.
  • 12.00 kilometer(s) from Wilbur-Ellis®
  • 3.00 kilometer(s) from H & R Transport
  • 2.00 kilometer(s) from Rocky Mountain Equipment, so close you could walk. Only two minutes to drive to Lethbridge office
  • 4.00 kilometer(s) from VersaCold
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from New-Way Motorsports Ltd.
  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Automall
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Triple M Housing
  • 2.00 kilometer(s) from Sakai Spice


  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from High Level Bridge, the longest and highest of its type in the world. This means that the design, called a viaduct by CPR bridge engineers, reached culmination in the Lethbridge bridge. There are similar bridges that are longer or higher, but none have the combination of length - height shown by the Lethbridge structure. The bridge is 5,327 feet (1,623 meters) in length (one mile plus 47 feet). It is 314 feet (95.7 meters) in height above the bed of the river. The west end is 21.31 feet higher than the east end. The east end is 3,800 feet west of what was the Lethbridge Station.
  • 3.00 kilometer(s) from Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden, offers you an unforgettable experience, combining the beauty of nature in a serene setting. From the first spring blossom to the final autumn leaf, the garden is an oasis of tranquility.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Helen Schuler Nature Center, Plodding down a shale trail, the crunch of splintered rock under your feet, the sky above you open and blue, a gentle wind at your back - just enough breeze to make you move a little faster, everything seems right in the world. Just when you think the morning couldn't possibly get better, a slight stirring in the brush to your right makes you glance over. You can barely see them, but they're there - a family of White Tailed deer; a mother and her offspring, standing as still as statues, their dark eyes fixed upon you waiting to see what you'll do. You'll be amazed what you see when you wander through the wonderland of the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. Every step is in the direction of indigenous beauty, and an opportunity to interact with the abundance of outdoor southern Alberta.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Fort Whoop Up, as you drive down the winding coulee road toward Fort Whoop-Up, the city slips away and time turns back to a point in history when the west was truly wild. The Fort stands proud and sturdy against the hillside, staring at you with eyes from the past, barely containing the lingering whispers of traders and scoundrels long since gone. Before Lethbridge was so much as a whistle stop on the rail line, there was a thriving trading post in the valley near where the city now stands. Fort Whoop-Up was a place where frontier adventurers and Blackfoot warriors came to barter animal pelts, buffalo robes and horses for valuable commodities such as cloth, consumer goods, tobacco and whiskey. The trading days are over, but Fort Whoop-Up's colorful characters are still here. They're seen throughout the summer in spontaneous skits around the grounds. Brace yourself - gunfights have been known to break out, and there's daily cannon fire.
  • 7.00 kilometer(s) from Galt Museum & Archives, portrays the colorful history of southern Alberta in an intricate and engaging tapestry. Set at the edge of the meandering Oldman River valley, the museum houses 5,000 square feet of interactive displays that are open for exploration and discovery every day. If you're up for a bit of an excursion, the museum also conducts a variety of offsite tours that place you in the middle of southern Alberta's living history. The Galt's original Edwardian-style building was a hospital that first opened in 1910. The energy of its origin is still very much present today, resting on visitors's shoulders like a guiding hand as they walk through the building's wide corridors. In fact, patrons and employees over the years have claimed to have heard, seen, and felt the presence of those that worked and were treated at the hospital in days gone by.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Galt Gardens, a legacy of the Galt family, original founders of the City of Lethbridge and has served as a public square since 1885. Tall stately trees, colorful flower beds and beautifully manicured lawns, the park is a shady retreat for downtown strollers. Situated in this downtown park is the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. During summer months, events are often held in Galt Gardens.
  • 133 kilometer(s) from Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010. Waterton is home to 30 species of rare flowers that don't grow anywhere else, and 50% of the wildflowers in Alberta can be found in Waterton. Excellent hiking, beautiful scenery, access to wildlife or boat cruise of Upper Waterton Lake to Glacier Park and return showcases crossing Canada-USA border on the water with no passports required.
  • 50.00 kilometer(s) from The Fort Museum of the Northwest Mounted Police (NWMP) and First Nations Interpretive Centre, is the most visited attraction in Fort Macleod, attracting upward of 25,000 visitors every year. Four times daily between July 1st and towards the end of August, the Fort puts on a traditional musical ride that showcases the skills mounted police have practiced and employed for more than a century - a tribute to the scarlet wave of law enforcers that settled the west in 1874. In addition to the musical ride, the museum is home to a number of fascinating displays, photographs, and artifacts that bring the experience of early outpost living to life.
  • 80.00 kilometer(s) from Remington Carriage Museum, moving through the wide corridors of the museum, you can almost hear the clip-clopping of hooves, the rumble of wooden wheels, and the sharp snap of reigns on the back of a team of ready horses. Each display tells a story, vivid vignettes of times gone by - a pioneer family on the trail to a new life, a wealthy businessman traveling the cobblestone streets of New York in comfort and anonymity, a horse-drawn sled that pulled farm children to school over snow covered felds. This is the largest museum of horse drawn transportation in the world. Its series of interactive galleries showcases over 250 authentic carriages, many restored meticulously to their original condition. Guests can see how carriages are constructed in the on-site factory, watch a blacksmith hard at work, visit four-legged friends in the stable, and of course take a carriage ride around the grounds.
  • 20.00 kilometer(s) from Alberta Birds of Prey Centre, has been a preeminent rehabilitation and breeding facility for wild and endangered birds since 1984. In addition to efforts to care for and release birds into nature, the center is also a strong steward for habitat preservation and protection, as well as an educational facility where the public learns about birds and the environment. Visitors witness flight demonstrations and are able to interact with the birds hands-on. Countless birds have been rescued by the Birds of Prey team over the years, including a bird named Spirit - the Golden Eagle that was brought to the center on that cold February day. Unable to return to the wild because of his injuries, Spirit has been living happily at the center since he arrived.
  • 50.00 kilometer(s) from Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the largest and best-preserved buffalo jumps in the world. Unique building is constructed into the cliffs. Enjoy drumming & dancing by the Blackfoot Nations Culture (Blackfoot Confederacy consisting of the Blood, Pikani, Siksika and Blackfeet Nations).
  • 135 kilometer(s) from Bellevue Underground Mine Tour, imagine what it must be like to spend the majority of your time working deep underground. No sunlight, no fresh air. Soot covers you head to toe as you chip away hour after hour at a precious black deposit that the world above you needs not just for warmth, but to keep things running. At Bellevue Underground Mine Tour, you won't have to imagine what the daily life of a miner was like, because you'll trace the footsteps of the people that worked in this historic mine shaft in years gone by. As you walk the dark corridors, following the light cast by the authentic miner's hat you'll be wearing, you'll see, hear, and feel what hundreds of miners saw, heard, and felt everyday. A knowledgeable guide will be there to assist you, answer any questions and tell the story. You'll see coal chutes, equipment and tools, and hear tell of the tragic explosion that took place down the mine in 1910.
  • 138 kilometer(s) from Frank Slide, driving through the Crowsnest Pass is an eerie and ethereal experience for a stretch of two kilometers. Piled high on both sides of Highway 3 around the town of Frank is the remnant of the deadliest rockslide to ever happen in Canada - a massive debris field that looks more like the surface of the moon than a mountain valley, and a stark reminder of Mother Nature's awesome power. Hunched on a grassy bluff above the fallen stones, just 1.5 kilometers off the highway, is a building that pays homage to the disaster that happened there at its feet more than 100 years ago. The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre tells the extraordinary tale of the night in April 1903 when 82 million tons of rock came crashing down from the side of Turtle Mountain, burying a portion of the burgeoning mining town of Frank forever.
  • 87.00 kilometer(s) from Devil's Coulee Dinosaur & Heritage Museum, site of a dinosaur egg discovery, features a Hadrosaur nest and an embryo, ancient fossils and dinosaur displays.
  • 15.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Cornmaze, in the dog days of summer, when the sun is high and days are long, an emerald green field of 10-foot high corn stocks stands waiting north of Lethbridge. Wide swaths are cut into the 7-acre field, weaving in and out, up and down, around and back again in a dizzying display of architecture that draws people of all ages in and holds them captive for as long as their wits and sense of direction eludes them. This was the first of its kind in southern Alberta, and has been mesmerizing brave explorers since 2000. It can take anywhere between 20 minutes and two hours to find your way out of the labyrinth, and a new pattern is designed every year - so there's no getting away easy. Once you've emerged from the field there are lots of other things to keep you entertained. There's a petting zoo filled with a menagerie of animals, a hayride, mini-golf, and a pumpkin patch where you can select the canvas for this year's jack-o-lantern.
  • 183 kilometer(s) from Bar U Ranch National Historic Site, was one of the first corporate ranches in Western Canada. Many colorful characters have worked at the ranch, including former slave, John Ware and outlaw, the Sundance Kid. Visit ranch buildings, see demonstrations, interactive displays and activities.


  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from The Keg® Steakhouse & Bar, full service, Steak House, open for: dinner. Your place for steak and seafood.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Moxie's, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner. Casual, fine dining.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Coco Pazzo Italian Cafe, cafe, Italian, open for: lunch, dinner. Fresh, homemade pastas and brick oven pizza.
  • Adjacent to Tim Hortons, full service, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Double, double.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Streetside Eatery, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner. Best Caesar salads in town.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Tony Roma's®, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner. The place for ribs.
  • 7.00 kilometer(s) from The Saigonese Restaurant, full service, Vietnamese, open for: lunch, dinner. Try #51 with #7 appetizer to share. The GM's favorite.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from District 5 Bar & Grill, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner. Great place to catch the game.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from The Boston Pizza®, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Regent Restaurant, full service, Chinese, open for: lunch, dinner. Try the dim sum.
  • 7.00 kilometer(s) from Red Dog Diner, fast food, French, open for: lunch, dinner. Authentic Quebec cuisine featuring Montreal smoked meat, steames and poutine.
  • 9.00 kilometer(s) from Montana's Cookhouse®, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Swiss Chalet® Rotisserie & Grill, full service, American, open for: lunch, dinner.
  • 7.00 kilometer(s) from Plum, full service, American, open for: dinner. A quaint, little hole in the wall restaurant. Don't walk past it.
  • Across the street from Subway®, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Sandwiches.
  • Across the street from A&W®, fast food, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner. Teen burger combo please.


  • 15.00 kilometer(s) from University of Lethbridge, located on the west side of the city of Lethbridge there are high-tech facilities, classrooms and research space. Spanning more than 490 acres, the campus is designed to ignite new ideas and encourage collaboration across disciplines. Use Hwy 3 for quick access to the West side.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge College, from career focused programs to a multitude of services to help you be successful the Lethbridge College reputation is one of quality and a friendly, safe learning environment. Only a short drive south from the hotel.

Nearby Cities

  • 208 kilometer(s) from Calgary
  • 335 kilometer(s) from Banff
  • 350 kilometer(s) from Red Deer
  • 500 kilometer(s) from Edmonton
  • 960 kilometer(s) from Grande Prairie
  • 17.00 kilometer(s) from Coaldale
  • 52.00 kilometer(s) from Taber
  • 130 kilometer(s) from Waterton
  • 155 kilometer(s) from Brooks
  • 170 kilometer(s) from Medicine Hat
  • 300 kilometer(s) from Great Falls, Montana
  • 338 kilometer(s) from Kalispell, Montana
  • 340 kilometer(s) from Whitefish, Montana
  • 180 kilometer(s) from Sparwood, British Columbia
  • 150 kilometer(s) from Crowsnest Pass
  • 305 kilometer(s) from Cranbrook, British Columbia
  • 384 kilometer(s) from Swift Current, Saskatchewan
  • 555 kilometer(s) from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
  • 625 kilometer(s) from Regina, Saskatchewan


  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Enmax Centre, offers diverse experiences including sporting events, concerts, staff retreats, conventions, catering and special events.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Soccer Centre
  • 20.00 kilometer(s) from Paradise Canyon Golf Club, be prepared for the ultimate heart pounding fairways. Golf Digest has recognized this course as one of Canada's top 60 courses out of 1800 courses. It has also garnered the number one rating in Southern Alberta.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Sports Park, includes: six fields, washrooms, picnic shelter, premier soccer and rugby facility, can be licensed. The following can be booked: league games, private events, tournaments, special events.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Henderson Lake Golf Club, located on the shores of picturesque Henderson Lake, offers some of the finest golf in Southern Alberta. The club features a championship-length 18-hole course in the heart of Lethbridge, creating a park-like experience for serious and novice golfers alike. The course gives the golfer a feeling that is rarely found anywhere in North America.
  • 30.00 kilometer(s) from Magrath Golf Club, known as the hidden gem of the South, this lovely course, with Pothole Creek meandering through it, offers a true test for golfers of all skill levels. This is an 18 hole facility.
  • 20.00 kilometer(s) from Land-O-Lakes Golf Club. If you are seeking a course away from the noise and hubbub of city life, Land-O-Lakes is perfect for you. Located in Coaldale, Alberta, it is centrally located for easy access. The course winds itself across prairie and farmland with ample opportunities to challenge your golfing - water, trees, bunkers, large rolling greens, tight fairways.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Spitz Stadium, formerly known as Henderson Stadium, first opened its doors on May 17, 1924. The first ever game at Henderson Park was played on May 24, 1924, with the help of a local band and large parade, the Lethbridge squad took on the Medicine Hat team. Spitz stadium is the home of Lethbridge Bulls baseball and numerous other youth clubs.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Henderson Lake, located in Henderson Park is 117 acres. The park contains many amenities and attractions, including a 60 acre man-made lake, the largest lake in the city. Several annual events are held in the park. Henderson Lake was originally a slough, but Mayor William Henderson, after whom the lake and park are named, was instrumental in developing the lake and surrounding park in preparation for the seventh International Dry-Farming Congress in 1912.
  • 15.00 kilometer(s) from Softball Valley
  • 15.00 kilometer(s) from Nicholas Sheran Leisure Centre, home of an ice rink, indoor pool, spray park (summer months) and ultimate Frisbee® course, located across the street at Nicholas Sheran Park.
  • 15.00 kilometer(s) from Max Bell Regional Aquatic Centre, located at the University of Lethbridge. Full size Olympic pool with three and five meter diving boards.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Henderson Lake Pool, located in Henderson Park and across from Spitz Stadium. Lethbridge's largest outdoor pool located across from the beautiful Henderson Lake.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge Tennis Club, located across from Henderson Park and adjacent to Spitz Stadium.
  • 45.00 kilometer(s) from Travers Dam Reservoir, the campground is located on the prairies facing the north shore of the reservoir, approximately 20 km south of Lomond and nine km west of the 845 Highway. There are camp/picnic sites available on a first come first serve basis. There are also picnic tables and fire pits located inside the fenced recreational area along with a manual water pump, dry toilets, communal camp kitchen, refuse containers and a boat launch.


  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Park Place Mall. Visit Lethbridge's premier mall with over 100 retailers and services. Come shop at these brand name stores: Aeropostale, Bench, EB Games® and much more.
  • 5.00 kilometer(s) from Center Village Mall, home to over 25 stores, mostly independently owned and operated. Anchored by Zellers, Canadian Tire® and Save-On-Foods.
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Costco® Wholesale
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Home Depot®
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Best Buy®
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Walmart®
  • 8.00 kilometer(s) from Ashley Furniture, Homestore®
  • 7.00 kilometer(s) from Leon's Furniture


  • 230 kilometer(s) from Calgary International Airport
  • 12.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge County Airport
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from LA Transit, Route 34 connects with Route 22 and goes to the downtown main bus terminal.
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Lethbridge