City Center, 0.63 mi
360 Colony Street
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2P3
City Center, 3.0 mi
1740 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3H 0B3
City Center, 3.88 mi
1330 Pembina Hwy
Winnipeg, MB R3T2B4
With a population of nearly 800,000 people, Winnipeg serves as the geographical center of North America and has unique culture, astounding architecture, and educational museums galore. Find Winnipeg hotels that cater to your wants and needs so that you can make the most of your trip exploring the stunning constructions, shopping hotspots, and historical learning opportunities of this well-balanced city.
Things to See
You’ll find four major rivers in Winnipeg: the Red, Assiniboine, La Salle, and Seine. Along the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, you’ll discover the longest naturally frozen skating rink in the world at approximately 5.3 miles (8.5 kilometers). Those who enjoy the arts will appreciate the Winnipeg Art Gallery, which features the largest known collection of contemporary Inuit art, and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, known as North America’s longest unremittingly operating Ballet Company. Winnipeg also has a passionate sports fan base, making it a great destination to catch a curling event or Winnipeg Jets hockey game.
Hotels in Winnipeg
IHG® has four hotels in Winnipeg, all featuring the accommodations and amenities needed for a comfortable stay. Our hotels are located in various areas of the city, keeping you close to your planned destinations.
Where to Stay
Staying in downtown hotels will keep you close to bustling Portage Avenue, Main Street, and Winnipeg Square. Here you’ll find City Hall, museums, and the Centennial Concert Hall. Hotels in south Winnipeg put you near downtown and The Forks Market, which features specialty goods, fresh produce, and unique shops. Stay near the shopping and entertainment district around Polo Park in St. James, which along with west Winnipeg is near the main airport, Murray Industrial Park, and Grace General Hospital. Other neighborhoods to check out include St. Boniface, Exchange District National Historic Site, and Osborne Village, perfect for nightlife enthusiasts.
How to Get to Winnipeg
Winnipeg’s main airport, the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, is located just 4.4 miles from downtown’s Portage and Main. The major rail services are the Via Rail and Union Station, which was designed by the same architects as New York City’s Union Station. To get to your destination from the airport or train station, consider the Winnipeg Shuttle Service or public transportation, or look into private transportation by taxi, car rental, or limousine. Driving to Winnipeg is made feasible by using the Trans-Canada Highway. Since Winnipeg is not known for walkability, outside of designated spaces like the Exchange District and River Walks, using another means of transportation is recommended.
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