Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Winnipeg, Inn at the Forks is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Inn at the Forks makes it easy to enjoy the best of Winnipeg.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Inn At The Forks Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Inn At The Forks Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant. For travelers arriving by car, there is paid private parking available on-site.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Winnipeg, Inn At The Forks Hotel is located a short distance from Travel Manitoba Visitor Information Centre (0.1 mi) and Basilique-Cathedrale de Saint Boniface (0.4 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Segovia Tapas Bar and Restaurant, Cordova Tapas & Wine, and Kristina's On Corydon, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Winnipeg, check out one of the historic sites, such as The Forks National Historic Site, Fort Gibraltar, and Le Musee de Saint-Boniface Museum.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Inn at the Forks is sure to make your visit to Winnipeg one worth remembering.
Overall I had a pleasant stay at the Inn at the Forks. I did have a couple of disappointments: 1) Two weeks prior to my arrival I had called the on-site restaurant, The Smith to make a reservation for a business lunch for four on Monday May 16. I spoke to the hostess who promptly confirmed she could accommodate 4 on Monday at noon. My guests and I arrived promptly just before noon only to find that the restaurant appeared to be closed. This was confirmed by a gentlemen who nonchalantly asked if he could help and confirmed that indeed The Smith was closed on Mondays. In fact he seemed surprised that we were not aware of this and casually scoffed as he walked away. My clients and I were left scrambling to find an alternative and in fact wasted the better part of an hour trying to find a suitable lunch spot where we could conduct a meeting. We ended having to drive 10 minutes into town to get to CORRIENTES ARGENTINE PIZZERIA. Although the food was delicious, the atmosphere was not what I had expected. Needless to day, this experience did not leave my clients with a good first impression of me or my organizational skills. The second strike for the Inn was when I stopped by the front desk to ask if they could accommodate a late check out as I had back to back meetings until 2 pm. I was led to believe that I would be able to secure a late check out and left. The front desk attendant indicated she would call me to confirm. I received a voice mail message later that morning to call the front desk back and when I did reach the front desk, I was told that they could not accommodate a late check out and that I needed to be out of my room by noon. This conflicted with a lunch meeting and I had to postpone this meeting by 45 minutes in order to go back to my room and check out. Again this resulted in my leaving a bad first impression with my client. Given the above, I don't think I will consider staying at the Inn in the future and that is a shame as I expect to travel to Winnipeg at least 4 times a year. The Management at the Inn would need to find a way to restore my faith in the hotel before I would consider any future stays.…
Have water available. Not a huge expense. No one on staff could go purchase additional water for the hotel guests? Maybe have a "visible" manager on staff. Why the party/club on Sunday evening? Why not have the party in the ballroom and keep the restaurant open for paying guests? Clearly we are not the only guests that were affected negatively by this.
great place to stay, lots of history in the area, central for shopping and eating. Clean quiet rooms. Restaurant and bar had a wide variety of choices for food and drinks. Great portion sizes. Friendly staff.
We were attending a wedding at the hotel, since the service and reception were both being held there. We decided to get a room so we could relax in between. Room was very nice, loved the bathroom. Room enough for 2 woman to do hair and makeup at the same time!
Beds are amazing. Rooms clean, great location, staff friendly! The soap in the rooms is so nice and comes from the spa on the main level. Didn't have a chance to use but heard it was great. Free coffee in take out mug for guests from restaurant.
Lounge told my party they don’t take Walk INs??? At a lounge .. lots of free tables, rude staff Drunks in the hallway at 3 am riding a luggage cart .. very loud Spoke with Front Desk and they offered me free parking. It was a $280 night was expecting a higher standard
Our room was a clean and modern space with helpful staff. The family members included in our stay had a delicious breakfast in the dining room. This is definitely a hotel I would visit in the future. Happy travelling!
Staff was friendly and professional. Location is ideal - very close to downtown & arterial roadways as well as many walkways in the historic Forks area along the rivers. Hotel areas and rooms were immaculate and the rooms were very comfortable.
Room was clean, comfortable and had a great view. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the spa, restaurant and even had a nice stroll around the forks. Staff was very friendly and accommodating in the hotel, spa and restaurant. We’d definitely go again!
While the rooms are serviceable, there aren’t any drawers to put clothing in. There isn’t a scrap of paper or a pen. The mini fridge is on a shelf, behind a closed door. The outside of it was so hot, we were worried about it overheating and breaking down. The lobby has nothing! The area where there are couches and a table obviously is run by the restaurant- at 3:00 am, there were dirty glasses, used limes and napkins and smears on it! Not a cup of coffee or water. Not a newspaper or information on Winnipeg. We were very dissatisfied. The front desk said we could ask at the restaurant for creamers/milk for our coffee, as the powdered stuff is horrible. When we asked at the restaurant, the woman who served us was SO snobby and acted insulted that we asked! No, we could not have any…but we could purchase a glass of milk! It was over $6 for two small glasses and it had to be paid before she’d bring it. She was given a $10… and she asked if we wanted change! She brought the change, then the milk. With a smirk, she put it on the counter and gave a half laugh. Disgusting.…