Business Class Hotel in Downtown Winnipeg

Veteran travelers and first-time visitors alike have reported on wonderful visits to Winnipeg, the capital city of Manitoba and one of the great commerce centers of North America. Winnipeg lies in an area known as “The Forks”, where two great rivers meet. The confluence of the Assiniboine and Red rivers served as a Centre of trade and commerce for the first aboriginal people to settle in the area and today’s city is a hub for world-wide shipping, manufacturing and transportation.

We are located right in the heart of Winnipeg’s famed Business District and our Business Class accommodations are second-to-none. We have completely refreshed the entire 4th floor of the hotel and we have reserved this floor for the exclusive use of our business guests. Security is assured with limited key card access to the 4th floor, and the rooms are quiet and comfortable, with all new furniture and linens. We have even added such state-of-the-art touches as flat screen television and our knowledgeable staff is well prepared to host your visit.

Of course, as the saying goes, all work and no play didn’t do Jack a lot of good, and we have kept that thought in mind. You will find much to enjoy even as you conduct your business, with fine dining and entertainment available within walking distance or a short cab ride. The Winnipeg Jets of the National Hockey League call the nearby MTS Centre home (ask about our special NHL room rates) and there are museums and theaters throughout the city, including the Burton Cummings Theater for the Performing Arts (built in 1906 and now named for the lead singer of The Guess Who).

Winnipeg is a great place for work and/or play, and we offer you top quality lodging for your stay.

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