Homewood Suites by Hilton Opens Hotel in Winnipeg
Wednesday March 12th, 2014 - 10:48AM PAB
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WINNIPEG, MB— Homewood Suites by Hilton opened its newest property, Homewood Suites by Hilton Winnipeg Airport - Polo Park.
The four-story, 113-suite hotel is the brand's 12th property in Canada and is owned by MLS Management, Ltd. It is managed by Atlific Hotels.
"We are thrilled to welcome the Homewood Suites Winnipeg Airport - Polo Park to our family of hotels, bringing our portfolio in Canada to 12 hotels," stated Bill Duncan, global head, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton. "The addition of this hotel will bring another quality Hilton Worldwide lodging option to the Winnipeg area and will be an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers visiting the area for an extended period of time."
Homewood Suites Winnipeg Airport-Polo Park offers studio and one-bedroom suites, with additional guest amenities including a full evening meal with drinks Monday-Thursday in the hotel's hospitality center - the "Lodge" - 24-hour on-site pantry, complimentary grocery shopping service, fully-equipped fitness center, indoor saltwater pool and whirlpool and 24-hour executive business center.
"While designed for guests traveling for extended periods, neighboring the Polo Park Mall and offering easy-access to both the airport and Downtown Winnipeg, Homewood Suites Winnipeg Airport-Polo Park is an ideal location for any business or leisure trip," stated Guy Hamilton, general manager, Homewood Suites Winnipeg Airport-Polo Park.
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