One of city’s most recognizable architectural landmarks, the century-old Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference Centre ushers in a new era of modern-day style in downtown Winnipeg. Catering to guests who appreciate local history mixed with authentic charm, this iconic 240-room “Grand Dame” is a favorite for weddings, romantic getaways and wellness weekends. Don’t leave without saying hello to one of the hotel’s friendly resident ghosts.
Soft neutrals and classic furnishings create an oasis in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. But it’s the coffee, tea and cookies (delivered right to your room from 7am to 11am) that really get raves.
Under the creative direction of Executive Chef Joseph Wojakowski, The Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference Centre serves sophisticated American cuisine with an International twist.
“From the desk staff to the valets everyone is excellent… stayed for a birthday/anniversary in August… they even had umbrellas at the desk. Nothing but thumbs up for the Fort Garry… can’t wait till we stay again.”
— Roxanne K
“Very nice friendly staff. The rooms are very clean and comfortable. The bar on the main floor is well stocked and friendly. Oh yes, make sure you indulge the Sunday brunch whey they have it. Don’t forget to buy a robe in the gift shop. ”
— Ed B
“We had our wedding reception here and it was the most accommodating hotel experience I have ever had! We had everything we needed and everyone was very polite. Our room was very large and beautifully decorated! Fantastic shower pressure and high quality shampoo/conditioner, extremely comfy beds, wonderful view, nothing else to be desired!”
— Sheila F
“Good location downton, 5 min walk to train station. Very comfortable and quiet with polite and helpful staff. Note no coffee maker in room, but free tea or coffee can be delivered to room. Excellent value, especially the breakfast. Recommended”
“Stayed at Fort Garry Hotel coming off train from Vancouver. One of the old, elegant train hotels. Nice rooms, good food, great location, delightful place to stay. An older hotel from the days of frequent transcontinental train travel. Worth staying in just to see the great architecture but it’s also a terrific hotel with good food and very well run.”
— Kim W