Winnipeg

Feb 26, 2020 - Feb 27, 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Winnipeg doesn't get nearly as much respect as it deserves. While the winters here really are some of the coldest in Canada,  this city features some of the country's best museums, music, and architecture. Winnipegers are fiercely proud of their hometown, which played an important role in the westward expansion of Canada and which today enjoys a vibrant, indie culture scene. Many of the country's best musicians come from Winnipeg and the city hosts one of the best fringe festivals and one of the best ballet companies on the planet. At once sophisticated, quirky, and edgy, Winnipeg is a unique and unforgettable experience.

Whether you're in Winnipeg for business or leisure, there are tons of hotels in the city. If you want help finding the best place to stay, just use Skyscanner's hotel search to specify your preferred dates, budget, and amenities.

High-End Hotels

The Fairmont Winnipeg is as central as it gets, being located right in Downtown Winnipeg at the famous intersection of Portage and Main. That means that many of Winnipeg's biggest attractions, including its world-class ballet, the MTS Centre Arena, and the historic Exchange District are just a short walk away. Rooms have stunning views of the city and the rooftop indoor pool and fitness centre are spectacularly situated. There is an award-winning restaurant, hair salon, sauna, spa, and more. Rooms have flatscreen TVs, air conditioning, and safe deposit boxes.

Inn At The Forks enjoys a truly unbeatable location, being located on The Forks itself, a National Historic Site where the Red and Assiniboine Rivers meet and where many of Winnipeg's museums, galleries, and historic sites are concentrated.  The new Canadian Museum of Human Rights is steps away as are the Legislative Building and St. Boniface Cathedral. This modern boutique hotel features a spa, bicycle hire, gym, restaurant, bar, children's club and playground, and free WiFi. Rooms enjoy satellite/cable TV, hair dryer, microwave, minibar, and tea and coffee.

Mid-Range Hotels

Hampton Inn By Hilton Winnipeg is located right next to the international airport, making it perfect for those flying to Winnipeg or who have to catch an early morning flight. There is an indoor pool, fitness centre, and dining area where you can enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast.  Those who are here on business especially enjoy the free high-speed WiFi and business centre. There is a shopping mall nearby and the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada is 2 minutes away and worth a visit.

Holiday Inn & Suites Winnipeg Downtown is a modern and comfortable hotel located in Downtown Winnipeg and right next to the University of Winnipeg. The Manitoba Legislative Building, The Bay, and Portage and Main are all within walking distance. Winnipeg is a car-friendly city and those who have rented a car will appreciate the onsite parking. An indoor swimming pool and hot tub are available and the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Basic Accommodation

Travelodge Winnipeg East is in the eastern end of the city, right next to the Trans-Canada Highway and a little outside of the Downtown area. Numerous golf clubs are nearby and the rooms have microwaves and refrigerators for guests to use. Beds are comfortable and this place provides an affordable place to stay for budget-savvy travellers.

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What are travelers saying about Winnipeg?

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Family Travelers
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Adventure Travelers
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Green Travelers
6.2
History Buffs
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Member reviews (37)
Darren Anderson
Darren AndersonSan Francisco, California, USA
10/27/15

For being such a small town, Winnipeg has a surprisingly impressive arts and culture scene. Some highlights include the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and 'Folklorama' that is a set of performance venues throughout the city and blends all the wonderful cultures it takes place in the summer. Unfortunately, when it's not below zero, windy and covered in snow and ice - you're likely to be dodging the mosquitoes.

Marina_Kathleen
Marina_KathleenWinnipeg, Canada
1/18/15

Lets face it, Winnipeg is known for it's super cold temperatures in the winter and the mosquitoes in the summer. If you look past those things though, Winnipeg is a city with a small town vibe. There are some AMAZING restaurants (Nuburger, Segovia, Boon, and Fude to name a few) and a great cultural scene. If you want to experience the best of the Winnipeg community, Fringe Festival, Folklorama, and Folk Fest are amazing places to do it.

Janson Wigo
Janson WigoSan Francisco, California
4/9/13

Visited when I was very young. I remember it being pretty cold there. We did go catfish fishing near by and caught some amazing fish

JOSE URIEL SANCHEZ ROSAS
JOSE URIEL SANCHEZ ROSASVillavicencio. Meta. Colombia
1/6/17

Winnipeg is a city of dreams for a latino as i am, i found beautiful sites, city very clean, neat, tidy. people very friendly and helpful

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of C$104 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Winnipeg is April, with an average price of C$161 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was C$145 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Winnipeg, the expected average temperature in February is -14.1°C/6.5°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 25.3°C/77.5°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -20.3°C/-4.5°F.
The nearest airport to Winnipeg is Winnipeg (YWG) (7.33km).

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