Delta Bessborough

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Delta Bessborough is a 10-story, four-star hotel built by the Canadian National Railway from 1928 to 1932. It looks like a castle, and is nicknamed “The Bess” (pronounced “bez”). The marble in the lobby has a crack with a legend. Some say it is from a former employee who fell seven stories and died on the spot, and may be the one called the ghostly Man in Gray, who wears a gray suit and fedora. He smiles at folks who notice him.

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Geographic Information

601 Spadina Crescent East
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canada S7K 3G8

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52.1262961, -106.65939349999996
Division No. 11
Nearest Towns:
Saskatoon, SK (0.6 mi.)
North Park, SK (1.3 mi.)
Sutherland, SK (2.6 mi.)
Warman, SK (13.7 mi.)
Grandora, SK (14.6 mi.)
Dalmeny, SK (15.2 mi.)
Vanscoy, SK (16.3 mi.)
Dunfermline, SK (16.6 mi.)
Blucher, SK (20.3 mi.)
Aberdeen, SK (20.6 mi.)


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