"Nice hotel right in historic The Forks, Winnipeg. "
We liked everything about this hotel. The location couldn't have been better, right next door to the Human Rights Museum, great shopping and fine restaurants. Very quiet at night--no traffic noise whatsoever. This is our go-to hotel in Winnipeg from now on.
Traveller from Ontario
Welcome to Inn at the Forks your restful rejuvenating place to stay when visiting Winnipeg. We are located in the heart of …More
I had a stay for two nights in this hotel with room facing the Human Rights Museum. It has a very good view and within walking distance to the museum and the Forks. Overall it's clean and tidy, and it's a comfortable stay at a competitive price.
Here at the Humphry Inn and Suites hotel in Winnipeg, were proud of our beautiful city. Right in the geographic center of …More
Great location- lots of restaurants and pubs nearby. Easy access to convention center & several other locations. Staff was awesome and the room was perfect- clean, all amenities & bathroom very clean (impt to me). Defintitely recommend.
We stayed there the night of the Shania Twain concert but were disappointed that the skywalk between the hotel and the MTS Centre was closed both before and after the concert. Maybe this is a seasonal issue and it will be open during winter events, but the hotel shouldn't say it's connected to the MTS Centre by skywalk if it really isn't.
As part of my business traveling, I am looking for a comfortable and well located hotel with a decent fitness Centre in the city of Winnipeg, and have found that the photos shown at the different hotel I have stayed in so far are not at all reliable. I still have not found the hotel with the right fitness Centre I am looking for... other than that this hotel offers what anybody may need when on a business trip, or even a leisure one...
Manitoba's largest city is home to a diverse range of neighborhoods, offering everything from shopping at Plaza Park to wildlife trails in FortWhyte Alive. The Forks plaza is Downtown's lively focal point, at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers. Visitors can skate the world's longest ice rink, stroll the striking Esplanade Riel and sample local treasures at the Forks Market.