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Holiday Inn Winnipeg - Airport West

2520 Portage Ave.

 

Winnipeg, Manitoba

R3J3T6 

Canada 

Check-in: 4PM

Check-out: 12PM

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Vantaggi della posizione
Centro città
Nome città:
WINNIPEG
Indicazioni stradali dal centro città all'hotel:
Sud Ovest
Distanza dall'hotel:
6.84 MI/ 11 KM
Locale
Centro congressi più vicino:
Winnipeg Convention Centre
Distanza dall'hotel:
6.84 MI/ 11 KM East
Tennis all'aperto:
1.86 MI/ 3 KM Nord Est

Attrazioni

  • Assiniboia Downs
  • Assiniboine Park Zoo
  • Bell MTS Place
  • The Forks, Winnipeg
  • Fort Whyte Centre
  • Historical Museum of St James
  • Manitoba Museum
  • Prairie Dog Central Railway
  • The Golf Dome
  • Thunder Rapids Amusement Park
  • RBC Convention Centre
  • Shaw Park
  • Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Da vedere

Da vedere

The Forks National Historic Site, at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers, has been the place to meet in Winnipeg for 6,000 years. You can enjoy unique shops, costumed interpreters, the Riverwalk & gardens at Winnipeg's #1 tourist destination.
Da non perdere

Da non perdere

You'll find the Assiniboine Park and Zoo just one mile from our comfortable Winnipeg suites. The zoo specializes in cold-hardy species. The park features a pavilion with rotating art exhibits, a conservatory, trails, the Leo Mol sculpture garden and Polo Bear Habitat.
Non tornare a casa senza

Non tornare a casa senza

For the best in year-round entertainment, consider a visit to the Assiniboia Downs Horse Racing Track. Guests of our hotel know that this popular Winnipeg venue offers them both live and simulcast races, first-class facilities and delicious dining.
Suggerimenti

Suggerimenti

Winnipeg's Assiniboine Park is home to W. Epp's nearly life-size bronze sculpture of a WWI soldier holding the paw of a standing bear cub. Winni-the-Bear was a real cub adopted in Canada, and later a resident of the London Zoo, who inspired A. A. Milne.