Of all the airport hotels I have stayed at in Winnipeg, this one is the best so far.

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Winnipeg Attractions

Sandman Hotel Group features properties located within a rich mosaic of neighbourhoods and surrounding areas, each with a distinct, welcoming personality. We have compiled a list of useful information below to enhance your stay.


Engage in the arts and culture and celebrate Winnipeg. From exhilarating concerts and dance performances to enthralling dramas and vibrant musicals, come and enjoy Winnipeg’s arts and culture scene.

Sightseeing Winnipeg


Winnipeg is a large, spread-out city, and it can take a while to get around. Unlike most North American cities this size, there is no urban freeway network in the city.

Public transportation service is adequate to good in the inner part of the city and on main suburban roads, but only fair to poor in outer suburban areas and some bus routes run only infrequently during the evening or on weekends.

Traffic jams, particularly in the downtown area, are common during the rush hour periods which are generally from 0730 to 0900 and 1530 to 1730 Monday to Friday.

Much of Winnipeg's downtown real estate is devoted to parking, with ubiquitous and cheap surface lots continuing for multi-block stretches. It is worth considering renting a car, especially if any excursions outside of the city are planned. 

Winnipeg Transit, +1 (877) 311-4974 or 311 (local), has bus routes running throughout the city. Service is generally good on major routes in the inner city but only fair to poor in the outer suburban areas. The Winnipeg Transit's website includes schedules and a helpful travel planner called Navigo.

Automated schedules are available through Telebus, +1 (204) 287-7433. Handi-Transit, +1 (204) 986-5722, is available for disabled persons.

Transport Winnipeg


From The Forks National Historic Site, complete with skateboarding park, river walk, shops and green space, to the shining triangular building which houses the Royal Canadian Mint to the picturesque urban forest setting of the Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg is a city with a multitude of must-see attractions.

Explore Winnipeg’s fantastic attractions from the list below and discover why Winnipeg is the ideal choice for your next vacation.


Winnipeg is a metropolitan city with a thriving urban contemporary scene. Here, hipsters and trendsetters can groove to some of the best DJ’s in Canada or chill out in one of Winnipeg’s many lounges.

Known for its indie music scene, Winnipeg is also home to several live performance venues and pubs featuring local musicians, singers and performers.

Choose your favourite genre from the list to the left or be adventurous and discover something new in Winnipeg.


Experience a little retail therapy in Winnipeg.

From large suburban shopping malls, to discount outlets with the best deals on the Prairies to one-of-a-kind shops and trendy boutiques lining the sidewalks in some of Winnipeg’s unique neighborhoods.

Winnipeg offers great shopping excursions for those who were born to shop.


Denny's 24 Hour Restaurant

24 Hour Family Restaurant located at the hotel.  Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Appetizers and Desserts. Special menu items for Kids, Seniors and Late Night dining.


CHOP Steakhouse & Bar

Fine casual: a new dining experience. At Chop we bring together all the elements that discerning guests love about the fine dining experience (extraordinary food, a notable wine list, quality spirits and service and surroundings that pamper) with the energy, comfort and value of the casual dining experience.

Chop Steakhouse & Bar