Top Reasons to Visit Radisson Hotel Winnipeg Downtown
The hotel’s central location puts guests within walking distance of the Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg Art Gallery, fine-dining restaurants, and other downtown attractions.
On weekdays, a complimentary shuttle makes stops at destinations outside the city center, including the Manitoba Museum, home to exhibits highlighting local history and cultures.
On the hotel’s 12th floor, the combined restaurant and bar offers sweeping views of the surrounding cityscape. Chefs prepare continental cuisine here for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Guest rooms are elegantly decorated with dark wood furniture. Sleep Number beds that are exclusive to Radisson hotels let you adjust the firmness of your mattress via handheld remote.
There’s a Starbucks in the lobby.
Winnipeg, Manitoba: Historical Riverfront City with Frequent Festivals
Just west of Winnipeg’s bustling downtown, you’ll find the Forks, a confluence of rivers that was once an aboriginal gathering place. The site was later used for a series of forts beginning in the 18th century. You can learn all about the area's past at The Forks National Historic Site. During winter, the frozen Red River forms the longest ice-skating trail in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records and a guy named Earl who says he’s “seen it all.”