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Casino Hotel Guide in Winnipeg
Some people love the sound of drums. For others, the sound of violins is music to their ears. For you, it’s the melody of stacking poker chips. Go enjoy the symphony of responsible victory during your next trip to the casinos of Winnipeg.
- Stay close to the popular Winnipeg casinos
- Depend on Expedia, not Lady Luck, to help you find the best deals on hotels
- Enjoy big rooms and suites to fit all of your winnings
Remember your lucky horseshoe and rabbit’s foot before you hit Manitoba’s favourite slots.
Start your winning streak at Club Regent Casino. With games ranging from bingo and blackjack to baccarat and craps, you have your pick of options. Each week, Club Regent also features a no limit Texas hold ’em tournament. Put on your stone face, hide your tells, and get ready to responsibly play against some of the best in the business. Another popular casino in town is McPhillips Station Casino. This hot spot has over 800 machines to try out, along with roulette and keno. There is also a popular concert calendar, with acts coming from rock, pop, and soul backgrounds. Remember to play responsibly on the casino floor and pick out your seats at the concert before they run out.
One thing that’s never a gamble is staying at an affordable hotel in Winnipeg, thanks to Expedia.ca. We feature the top discounts on accommodations in the city, so you can find the hotel that fits your style best. Choose from a wide breadth of choices, including hotels with casinos in Winnipeg or hotels close to the slots. And don’t think that you’re limited to only one or two casinos during your trip. Check out our discounts on car rentals in Winnipeg and you can visit all of the favourites for a truly fun time.
Get those ears perked up because the sound of chips and slots is only a trip away.