Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Winnipeg area.
It gets pretty cold here in the winter, and one of the most remarkable features of the downtown and most populated areas of Winnipeg is its system of enclosed walkways between buildings which makes it possible to go anywhere you want without having to experience the outdoors. In fact, Winnipeg is more comfortable than most cities during their worst weather, and is an ideal convention site at any time of the year. In the summer, the outdoor riverwalks lined with shops and cafes are particularly beautiful. Winnipeg's ballet and symphony are nationally famous, the city enjoys a good selection of clubs and entertainment in the evening, and a few famous musicians, for example the Guess Who's Burton Cummings, Randy Bachman of BTO and Neil Young got their start here. A cultural and trading crossroads thousands of years old where the Assiniboine and Red Rivers fork, and where in more recent Canadian history the Assiniboine fur trading trail from the west met the Hudson Bay trail from the north, Winnipeg is now host to about forty distinct ethnic neighborhoods, each with its own selection of shops and restaurants, yet remains completely Canadian in its look and feel. Winnipeg is where eastern Canada meets the west, and is one of the more culturally and historically rich cities in the Northern Hemisphere.
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|·||Downtown Winnipeg||·||Winnipeg Airport|
|The City Center area is home to the University of Winnipeg, plus a variety of museums, shopping and cultural attractions.||
Lodging options near the Winnipeg International Airport (YWG), located about 4 miles west of the city.
|Lodging with Winnipeg addresses outside the city center proper.|
Area Facts: Winnipeg is sometimes referred to as the "Chicago of the North", and its ethnically diverse population represents over 40 distinct ethnic groups. Winnipeg is literally a city of festivals, with over 130 annual events hosted in the area each year, typically under bright, sunny skies. Winnipeg is the capital of the Province of Manitoba. The local area code for Winnipeg is 204.
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