Reading the reviews, many people were put off by the appearance of the locals and the lack of a lobby. However, if you want a place to sleep, there is nothing wrong with this place. It was small room and no tub. However, what is wrong with that. This place is a few feet from Saskatchewan so do not worry about the safety. You will not get mugged and your car will not be broken into. The people are nice and friendly even if they are not well dressed. They save costs by not having full time people working at a front desk. My wife may not like it, but I was alone and therefore liked it. The free breakfast is not much as it is a few muffins on a trolley. Stay if you want to sleep, if you want a resort, maybe stay elsewhere.
Room was booked by a third party. Hard to find. Pulled into the parking lot and a hobo drinking from a brown bag (really) was eyeing us. Got out and proceeded to the entrance and 4 unsavoury characters exited and one of them started peeing on the door we were to go in. So we regrouped and driove around the block and parked on the street. I went in the front entrance and found it was an off sale with a handwritten note saying to see the bartender (in the loud bar) for a room. Didn’t feel safe walking around or leaving vehicle overnight, Walked Away!!!
Had a great time there, service was great, staff very friendly. rooms very clean. Had a kitchenette suite, everything you need. Charlie and Nelly super! Stayed there before, old building upgraded everything except for elevator..
The rooms are exceptionally clean and cozy. The beds are very comfortable. It was an unexpected surprise. The staff are very friendly and eager to assist. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay here again.
This Knights Inn is part of a building with a restaurant ("Spice" is part of its name), a liquor store, and a cocktail lounge. The Knights Inn sign is very small and high on the face of the building. The inn is floors 2 and 3 of the building with the lobby next to the liquor counter on the ground floor. The parking is in the rear so you have to walk around the building to get to the lobby--great fun if it is snowing, I'm sure. My check in experience was all right but there is no elevator and the stairwell is narrow and I had to use my room key to get into the stairwell and then again to access the upper floors. A third use of my room key yielded a tiny room. The shower was tiny. The only functioning light was activated from the wall switch at the entry door.The room was clean and the bed was comfortable enough which is why they get a rating of 2 instead of 1. I do not recommend this Knights Inn.