In the heart of Winnipeg’s downtown, located across from the Forks Market and just steps from the newly-opened Museum of Human Rights, the Inn at the Forks is modern and chic, but also incorporates materials such as stones, wooden beams and antler chandeliers. You truly get the feeling of being in Manitoba, the most central province of Canada with a unique culture all its own. Enjoy a meal at the newly opened Smith restaurant, located in the comfortable lobby of the Inn, with a menu comprised of specialties using local meats and ingredients. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, with simple and clean furnishings that also reflect Winnipeg and tell a story of this place.
Ashley Castle traveled to Manitoba courtesy of Travel Manitoba and Tauck . Her highlights are part of AFAR's partnership with The United States Tour Operator Association (USTOA), whose members provide travelers with unparalleled access, insider knowledge, peace-of-mind, value and freedom to enjoy destinations across the entire globe. See more about Ashley’s trip at the USTOA blog - http://ustoa.com/blog/category/afar/
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Inn at The Forks, A luxe Experience
The hotel lobby is accentuated by a Noguchi, which is fit for a king. While at the Inn, enjoy a Blueberry Tea, which is a concoction of "grand Marnier, Amaretto served with Orange Pekoe" at The Current Restaurant & Lounge (http://www.innforks.com/dining-entertainment/). $159-$389 CAD.