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Shopping Hotel Guide in Winnipeg
Grab your wallet and make sure your credit card is paid off, because you’re about to embark on the shopping expedition of a lifetime.
- Search over 230 Winnipeg hotels close to shopping areas
- Stay close to retail hot spots like The Forks and Academy Road
- Save money you’ll be able to spend on new threads
The capital city of Manitoba has a tremendous amount of retail space to browse, so make sure you’re wearing comfortable shoes when you take on the shopping paradise that is Winnipeg.
No shopping trip is complete without a visit to The Forks, Winnipeg’s prime gathering place at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. Browse boutique shops and local vendors, and amass a collection of handmade jewelry, artwork, and clothing. Look for European shoes and designer duds at Academy Road, or find high-end cookware at Osborne Village. You won’t just find things you can wear or cook with in Winnipeg, though; the city hosts a number of antique shops, bookstores, and factory outlets, meaning you’ll find just about anything here in the Gateway to the West.
Something to keep in mind: Every successful shopping trip involves getting your goods back to your home base. Why not rent a car in Winnipeg and make the process easier on yourself? Instead of letting a taxi keep the meter running while you stash your boxes and bags into the trunk, load up your own car rental at your leisure.
Once you’re done with a day of shopping, hotels in Winnipeg are ready to welcome you home. Kick back in bed and order dinner via room service, or upload pictures of your finds to your friends using the hotel’s Wi-Fi. When you book with Expedia.ca, you’ll get the perfect hotel for your needs, at a price that won’t leave you with any shortage of funding. Now isn’t that worth a celebratory trip to the mall?