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Mere Hotel - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mere Hotel

333 Waterfront Drive, Winnipeg - Map
"Great location so quiet and quaint"
Chris at front desk was customer service plus!!! Nice view of river Wonderful breakfast at restaurant attached Nepresso machine lovely robes Best of the best boutique hotels ever!!!!
A Traveller
The Fort Garry Hotel - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Fort Garry Hotel

222 Broadway, Winnipeg - Map
The room was comfortable and elegant. It was easy to relax there and I looked forward to being in the room. I was there to attend a wedding (held at this hotel) - the food was excellent and the staff at the reception were very professional - to the point that you did not realize they were there - not an easy thing to accomplish!!
Traveller from Ontario
The Fort Garry is a Winnipeg icon and has set the standard for grandeur elegance and fine cuisine for more than 90 years …More
Inn At The Forks - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Inn At The Forks

75 Forks Market Rd, Winnipeg - Map
A bit pricey compared to similar type hotels in canada
A Traveller
Welcome to Inn at the Forks your restful rejuvenating place to stay when visiting Winnipeg. We are located in the heart of …More
Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg

350 St Mary Ave, Winnipeg - Map
"Great hotel if you want to be downtown."
We were in the city for a concert and this hotel was perfect! A one block walk to the MTS Centre, beautiful room with a wonderful heated bathroom floor! Staff were very accommodating - parking does cost but once you park most things were walking distance and you can come and go from the parkade as many times as you like. The hardest part is getting the cab drivers to move so you can pull into the loading zone to go and check in. The Elephant & Castle was excellent with great food and fantastic staff - a great place to go before and after our concert. Blaze restaurant was a bit of a disappointment, we chose to go else where after the first morning. Waited over 50 minutes for a classic breakfast, very slow service and small portions for our $50 breakfast. It is a small restaurant that could be easily served by two people instead constant complaints that they were so busy - maybe 15 tables mostly with only one or two people per table. Hotel was clean, comfortable and we will definitely be back!
A Traveller
The Marlborough Hotel - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

The Marlborough Hotel

331 Smith St, Winnipeg - Map
The front desk staff were not very friendly or personable. They could use some training in dealing with the public and customer service skills. The bar was usually too hot while the coffee shop was too cold! The bar, which is probably a separate business from the hotel itself, has staff that are not cordial or accommodating. The draft beer special's tap was out of order for the whole week that I was there, and they would not substitute another beer in it's place. The prices are too high as it is. Hotel guests should not have to pay a cover charge of $5 when there is a band playing, especially with their high liquor prices!! It is a beautiful heritage building, and I would like to see it stay that way.
A Traveller
The Fairmont Winnipeg - Winnipeg Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Fairmont Winnipeg

2 Lombard Pl, Winnipeg - Map
Problems with the plumbing, sink would not drain, hot water almost nonexistent to the sink, problem with diverted valve on tub. First item should never occur. Everything else was top notch.
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    Historic Hotel Guide in Winnipeg

    A visit to Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba, is a trip through history. Located at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red River, you’ll find all sorts of things to do when you visit.

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    Start out your Winnipeg vacation with a visit to some of the city’s prime historical sites.

    Stop by Union Station, built between 1908 and 1911, and marvel at the giant dome capping the stately building. Head to the St. Boniface neighbourhood and take in its varied architecture, from the shining Royal Canadian Mint – where much of Canada’s money is created – and the reconstruction of Fort Gibraltar, which features living history sessions in the summer. Where else can you say hello to a fur trader or homesteader from 1815?

    Living history meets local history at the Manitoba Museum, where you can scramble around a replica sailing ship, see all the stars in the planetarium, and check out the interactive exhibits in the Science Gallery. Regardless of which sites you visit and how long you spend at each one, make sure you spend your nights at either a vintage hotel or a hotel located near local landmarks. In Winnipeg, old hotels have been completely refurbished, and provide all the modern amenities of life in a classic exterior. Order breakfast in bed through room service, and use the free Wi-F to plan out your trip to the Gabrielle Roy House, a museum dedicated to one of Canada’s finest authors. provides discounts for all the best hotels in Winnipeg. No matter what sort of venue you want to stay in, we’ll help you book a room or suite with our Best Price Guarantee. Now that’s some historic savings right there.

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