Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg4.0 out of 5.0
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The delta is located in central downtown, which culturally doesn't offer much. There are some restaurants near by, including a pub that is attached to it. When I arrived, the entire front of the hotel was blocked off my police due to an incident. There was no Marriott staff but the officer told me that I had to loop around and come up a one way road to valet. Hotel is renovated and was clean and modern. There was a little bit of confusion at check in due to a system problem. I was told that I had an upgrade but not sure exactly what that was as it looked like a standard king room to me. It overlooked the pool and had a small balcony. The room did smell like someone had smoked in it. The club lounge is on the 12th floor. Small but functional. The espresso machine was down during breakfast. Toast, yogurt, bacon, scramble eggs etc. Did have a drink and snack at the lounge as well. The pork belly and prawn skillet was decent and large for $9. Overall, it was a good functional stay but did not stand out.
We stayed at this hotel from July 3-10, 2017. We stayed in the family suite. The suite itself was great. Spacious. It is effectively 3 hotel rooms that are connected. Two queen beds in one room, one king in another and a room between with a sofa, chairs, a table and a fridge and microwave. The biggest issue with the room is that it is poolside. That means noise until the pool closes at 11 PM (children playing (though after 10 Pm, it is supposed to be adult only -- but that is still noisy, music blaring, and the sound of the hot tub). It also does not have an outside window -- the windows look into the pool area -- which also means seeing people walk by and potentially them being able to see in unless your binds are shut tight. All those things wound have been acceptable had we chose them. However, it is not disclosed on the website that the room is poolside. Nor, did anyone tell us when we spoke with central reservations (Marriott and Delta) or anyone at the hotel prior to our arrival. We did inquire about changing rooms, but the front desk manager (Doug - I believe) was less than helpful - and that is putting it gently. When asked to speak to someone higher that the Front Desk Manager - we were refused. Club Level Lounge has a decent breakfast. Coffee (either brewed - or out of their fancy coffee/latte/espresso/mocha/etc. machine) was not good. The room is open all the time, but effectively only during breakfast and afternoon hors d'oeuvres is there anything worthwhile offered. The entrance to the hotel is an issue. There hotel is on a downtown city street and only have a "one lane" area for loading and unloading. The area is made smaller by sitting taxis (Why can't they stand elsewhere?). There is often no place to stop there. And when you can stop there, passengers loading on the side of the vehicle nearest the travel lanes risk their life to get into the car. Valet parking is a hefty $24/day -- but self parking isn't much less. If you self park - you'll need to take two elevators to get to your room. The pool area was ok. It has not changed much since I stayed there while I was a little child. Indoor pool, outdoor pool, hot tub and a kids wading pool. The tile on the pool deck and hot tub is dated and in need of repair. The pools have been "lined". But the in-need-of-updating-and-repair woodwork and walls and decor of the pool tell you this hotel is older. The indoor pool is not accessible if you are in a wheelchair (It is two steps up -- and the ramp goes into the gym -- through which it is theoretically possible to get onto the pool deck if you move exercise equipment and go through the gym. The outdoor pool is up a flight of stairs and there is no option to get a mobility impaired person up there. Housekeeping was ok. We ran out of toilet paper one day (which should not happen in a hotel). And they missed our room and we had to call the front desk one day. The front desk manager not wiling to help us early in our stay left a sour taste. But there were some shining stars. Nina, who I only met via phone was incredibly helpful. She was one of the most helpful and awesome staff members I have ever seen. "Kam" was also very nice and helpful. And Marc (I believe was his name) - the valet was also amazingly helpful.
Over all the hotel was very nice and comfortable. I really liked the lay out of my room and when i had time to sleep my bed was very accommodating. For my visit the room had what i needed for the business that i came to Winnipeg for. Wifi was easy to connect to and unlike other hotels uninterrupted. Room service was good meals where hot and tasty. The only downfalls was getting correct information from the front desk about shopping and city attractions in the area. For the most part they didn't know what was happening from day to day and what were the hours of operation for the same. I would however would like to take my hat of to the bell desk as the guys there are really ambassadors for the hotel.
Recently spent two nights at the Delta Winnipeg.....my second visit. Arrival was very late Friday night.......well, early Saturday morning, actually, due to a seriously delayed flight by SOMEBODY !! Breaks and meals were high quality, and ready on schedule. After meetings adjourned in late afternoon, a few of us walked downtown to take in some of the Jazz Festival and a pub meal and some relaxation. All in all, a greeat venue for meetings.....or a Windy City getaway !!
The Delta has really considered everything a traveller needs: good food, a nice atmosphere for relaxing, a range of exercise options, and really strong service and staff. We stayed in room 301 which had 3 queens and a barefoot-bathing suit clad - walking distance to the hotel pool, as well as 2 full bathrooms. Excellent for a family travelling with kids. Also of note: food in the bar/restaurant was really excellent and had a good range of bar snacks vs. nutritious meals. I especially loved their local food emphasis (for example, I really enjoyed the Arctic char with Saskatoon berries!). We also enjoyed the walking distance to Portage mall, Winnipeg Art Gallery, and even Stella's - a Winnipeg breakfast tradition.
Not sure on what to write as a title. Kind of what you expect at a Delta / Marriott. The service was good, we asked to change rooms once we saw ours as it was close to the elevators and ice machine, not sure if it would have been noisy, but we were accommodated very quickly. Lots of parking in the basement, though it does cost $18.00 a day, I found that a bit steep, though we have paid more in the past. The room itself was nice, we asked for two queens, so there was a lot of floor space. The bathroom size was not huge at all, though it did have a full bathtub, but the great part was a heated floor in the bathroom, bonus points for that. The shower is one of the ones that is removable, which I like as it gives a lot of options for height etc., though the little plunger thingy that turns the shower on was really really hard to lift up, but other than that is was nice. Complimentary wifi and water bottles for Marriott members. The beds, bedding and pillows were super comfortable for us, so had great sleeps! Room was nice and clean, even all of the hard to reach spots that I look at! Downstairs there is a coffee shop that serves Starbucks, so you can get a few snacks as well, but I think it closes at 7pm. There is also a pub, Elephant and Castle I believe, that closed at midnight on the night we were there. Plus I think there is one more lounge, but we did not visit that one. Across the street is a mall with a Rexall Drug Store, a Boston Pizza, a liquor store, an A&W, etc. etc.
Delta Winnipeg is located 15-20 minutes walk from the Museum of Human Rights and the Foks Market. It is a clean, comfortable hotel, perfect for business. I especially appreciated the office desk in the room with free wifi, extremely easy to use. The hotel has outdoor and indoor pools, hot tub. Unfortunately no robes. The bed was very comfortable. The hotel provided extremely nice shampoo, soap, and conditioner. The staff was very friendly and helpful. My room overlooked the outdoor pool. Music played in the area of the pool night and day. I called the front desk and asked them to turn it off so that I could keep the balcony door open all night. The music was turned off only temporarily during the day and played all night again. I did not bother to call again. The food was ok. Overall it was a nice stay. I would go back.
I have found this hotel to be nice, quiet and without anything to complain about. Occasionally I find an outstanding breakfast. Service is great. Would be nice if microwave was provided in room. Tip: even if convenience cafe looks closed... front desk can still get you items.
I stayed there for a conference. Very nice hotel, clean and excellent service. 2 minute walk to the Convention Centre. Restaurants nearby. The rooms were spacious and clean. The bathroom had heated floors which was a nice treat. There was a Starbucks in the lobby (it didn't open early enough for me though!) There was an Elephant and Castle restaurant attached and a lounge with drinks and snacks available. The pool looked lovely, although I wasn't able to partake. One thing I did notice that surprised me for a downtown hotel was that you did not need to use your room key to use the elevators, that could be a safety concern. I travel alone for business and I am vigilant about the safety of myself and other women. Other than that, it was a lovely hotel, the service was amazing, my colleague and I came back after our conference to pick up our suitcases and get changed for our flight and the concierge opened a change room for me to get changed in, it was very kind of him. Thanks Delta Winnipeg, I will be back!
The hotel is located in downtown Winnipeg. They offer concierge parking, and also provide self parking for 18 dollars/day for multiple entry and exits. The room was well appointed with clean linen. King size room is enough for a couple or a single traveler. They also offer combined rooms for bigger families. Definitely try their outdoor swimming pool and bakery options in the lobby. Recommended for stay in downtown Winnipeg for business, family or leisure trip.
- Walking distance to University of Winnipeg
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Located in Downtown Winnipeg, Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg is adjacent to Millennium Library and within a 5-minute walk of RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg. This 4-star hotel has 393 guestrooms and offers an indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Winnipeg, the hotel is also a short walk from University of Winnipeg and Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg's 393 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies, iPod docks, and coffee makers. 32-inch LCD TVs come with cable channels and video-game consoles, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Phones, ironing boards, and desks are other standard amenities.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg features an indoor pool, a children's pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Parking is available for CAD 18.00 per day (CAD 24 per day for valet parking), and there's also limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a spa tub, free WiFi in public areas, and 11 meeting rooms.
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67% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 292 reviews