Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown
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Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites in Winnipeg Sep 26, 2008
We arrived farely late in Winnipeg; we've been travelling from Sudbury, Ontario to our new place of residence Calgary, Alberta.
Children were 'lazing' and had trouble settling; long drive ... we let them enjoy the amenities of the suite before they hit the sack
I loved the huge dining table, finally a place where at least 6-8 can sit comfortably and with inviting relatives here as we passed through the city having accomodations large to accomodate was awesome
Wish we didn't have to immediately pack up and leave as it was relaxing there ...
I forgot another feature they have that is great for kids ... a big play-gym. The three girls walked with me and family in their PJ`s and played in the gym ... the smiles on their innocent faces tell you that if you bring your children here they will surely enjoy it!
Part of the Leaving my Hometown of Sudbury travel blog
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A Good Value Hotel in Winnipeg Feb 02, 1994
360 Colony St
We stayed at this hotel as part of a school trip for a grade 10 high school music class in the 1990’s
The hotel was located in the downtown area and was good spot for parking for your charter bus we travel in.
The rooms were nice and big as there was 4 of us to a room and they were clean. The beds were quite big and had lots of good blankets and sheets. We stayed on the 14th floor of the hotel as it also had a good balcony. Being high school children we used that to our advantage. We were throwing stuff off the balcony such as water balloons and a can of pop at the church across the street, bad but fun.
The hotel had a fantastic pool area, with a gym there as well. Spend many hours in the pool as it was big and water was nice and clean. As well a nice gym area with exercise machines was available there as well.
The lobby area was very inviting as it was nice and big for everyone to stand with their instruments.
Hotel is in good location as the sky walks are attached to it, you can walk all over downtown Winnipeg and never go outside.
The dining area was quite nice and attractive, However the food proved to be not worth its value, as it was very expensive for what you were getting.
Overall I would recommend this hotel for business travellers and anyone who wants to stay in downtown Winnipeg. The costs are reasonable here and you won’t be disappointed.
Thank you for hearing me out.
Part of the High School Music Trip 1994 travel blog
Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown Overview
Located right in downtown Winnipeg, the Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown puts guests within easy reach of many of the town's attractions and businesses, making it a good location for both business and leisure travelers. Guests of the hotel will be close to Winnipeg's government offices, the Winnipeg Convention Centre, the Art Gallery, the Bears on Broadway, and many restaurants, museums, theaters, entertainment venues, clubs, and bars. The Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown is easily accessible by car, and it offers parking to its guests for a small fee; guests can also reach the hotel by public transportation.
Each of the Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown's 140 guestrooms include amenities and comforts like wireless and wired Internet access, coffeemakers, miniature refrigerators, and microwave ovens.
The Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown offers guests an on-site restaurant, Peppermill Cafe, which serves local cuisine in a casual setting. The hotel's Fireside Lounge offers drinks each evening, and the hotel's conference rooms can hold up to seventy people for business meetings, private functions, and banquets. Guests of the hotel can also take advantage of an on-site fitness center and swimming pool.
Holiday Inn and Suites Winnipeg Downtown Amenities