The facility, located at Manitoba’s largest healthcare campus, features 191 guestrooms, three floors of executive space and three eateries, including a Starbucks. “Attaching a hotel to a major health facility, I believe, is the first of its kind in Canada. Our hope is we’ll be able to make things a little easier for patients, by removing the worry of where their loved ones will stay while they’re visiting,” said Leo Ledohowski, Canad Inns’ president and CEO, in a news piece on the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority website.
The rooms at the Canad Inns Destination Centre include mini fridges, microwaves, hot-beverage stations, luxury linens, large-format TVs and high-speed Wi-Fi. Executive amenities include walk-in showers, European-designed leather furniture, deluxe bedding and access to a private executive lounge.
Headquartered in Winnipeg, Canad Inns operates hotel properties in Manitoba and the state of North Dakota. It’s been named one of “Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies.”