Hotel Opening Canada

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Opens First Best Western Premier in Manitoba

Best Western Premier Winnipeg East - Exterior
Best Western Premier Winnipeg East

Best Western

Best Western Hotels & Resorts announces the opening of its first Best Western Premier property in Manitoba: the Best Western Premier Winnipeg East. The newly built hotel opened its doors to guests offering modern décor, upscale amenities and superior service travelers have come to trust from the Best Western Premier Brand. An opening event was held to celebrate the upscale brand’s arrival with hotel owners, local dignitaries, friends and families.

“There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the Best Western Premier brand,” said Heather Fenyes, CEO of Best Western Premier Winnipeg East. “Our newly built property will be a shining example of what the Best Western Premier brand represents: superior accommodations, exceptional service and first-rate amenities.”

The property features 77 upscale guest rooms and 64 spacious suites with detailed finishes and all equipped with a large flat-screen television, microwave and refrigerators. Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests will enjoy an array of amenities, including an indoor pool with a waterslide, hot tub and state-of-the-art fitness center. Travelers can start their day with hot breakfast with made to featuring omelets, or end their day picking up an evening drink at onsite craft beer store and unwinding in the welcoming and spacious lobby and Bistro Bar.

The Best Western Premier Winnipeg East is also ideal for business travelers with a full-service business center offering complimentary printing and scanning. Featuring three meeting rooms ranging from 300 to 1,000 square feet, the property is an ideal location for meetings, conferences, banquets or other celebrations. 

Guests staying at the hotel will enjoy easy walking access to nearby tourists spots and entertainment, including Club Regent Event Centre and Casino, Kildonan Place Shopping Centre, The Forks, The Mint and the Human Rights Museum.



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