Quality Inn & Suites
635 Pembina Hwy.
Winnipeg, MB R3M 2L4
Phone: (204) 453-8247
Fax: (204) 287-2365
Books are beautiful things and Burton Lysecki Books has more then its fair share of bound treasures. Canadian and history are particular strengths for this store, but you will also find classics in other fields such as literature, religion, philosophy and politics. With 80,000 titles, popular works are not left out either. Winnipeg's oldest and largest used bookstore has stayed with the times and offers 15,000 works online. The Used Book Lovers Guide to Canada awards high praises to this establishment.
A one-stop-shop for all those who are looking to splurge or want to stock up. The Grant Park Shopping Centre is filled with all kinds of stores. Over the years the Shopping Center's name has become synonymous with chic and high end shopping. The likes of Paris Jewelers, Morrisons and Pearle Visions have their outlets in this mall. You can shop for jewelry, clothes and other lifestyle goods from here apart from the regular grocery. There is Pizza Place and various other food joints, to satiate your appetite, generated from all the shopping. To know more about the place or the stores housed within, do call them or visit the website.
Movie Village has all the popular Hollywood titles found at video mega-stores but it also offers much more. Its international section provides the best flicks from Armenia to Zimbabwe. The cult and independent film section caters to whatever subculture taste you may have. Every videocassette or DVD is for sale, and purchases can be made in-store or online. To make the pop culture experience complete, a new and used CD store is on location for buying, selling or trade-ins.
More than just a used book store, Greenfield Books Ltd. specializes in rare books that are of value or out of print. The focused book-buyer will find a wide-ranging stock of topics including Canadian exploration, history and politics, law and true crime, magic and the occult, nautical treatises, polar exploration and science and technology. There are also limited editions, signed first editions and fine bindings. They also conduct book searches and provide a growing collection of engravings, prints and rare maps. For further details check the website.
Do you remember the old Coke signs or Cracker Jack toys? The proprietors of this space do. Mike's General Store, a small store provides memorabilia and collectibles of all shapes and sizes, including tins, toys and table games. Prices range from nickel and dime trading cards to expensive old soda shop jukeboxes. Come into the store and experience the past or use a modern method and tour the wares online. This establishment is a must see for those prone to contented nostalgia.
Since its opening in 1989, this market has evolved into the quintessential gathering place. After 10 years of development of this historic site and restoration of several historic buildings, it is once again a thriving hub of activity. Walking distance from the downtown hotels and within five minute's shuttle from attractions such as the Convention Centre, Manitoba Legislative Buildings, Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature etc, the market is "must do" for anyone visiting Winnipeg. Time for some days may vary, please check the website for more details.
The Almond Tree bears a wide variety of assortments in large or small quantities catering to the customer's needs. This store mainly supplies a large selection of baking products, beans, spices and herbs that are usually patronized by the restaurants of the city. Authentic oak barrel maple syrup from Quebec is also available here. The most sought after are the hard-to-find old-fashioned candies and popcorns offered here. With ten varied flavors and sepate seasonings, these popcorns delight people of all ages. The diet-conscious can opt for the sugar-free candies and chocolates!
Explore the world of entertainment and education at Kite and Kaboodle, at Johnston Terminal. This fun-filled store offers top-quality products from brands like LEGO, Playmobil, Critters, Ravensburge and Schleich Figures. Kids are spoilt for choice with kites, wind chime, games, puzzles and posters. A variety of magic, arts, craft and science satisfies the curious and creative minds of the young ones. Educational books on diverse topics like humor, science, gardening and storybooks can be enjoyed by any age group. Visit this galore for a fun-filled educational time.
cityplace enjoys a particularly convenient location in Downtown Winnipeg. Formerly called Eaton Place, and spread over two floors, cityplace offers a range of shopping and dining choices. While here, you can eat at Koya Japan, Manchu Wok, or if fast food is more your speed, then McDonald's. The center also offers a range of services and facilities like a dental center and tailoring services.
A branch of the reputed chain, The Bay at Memorial Boulevard offers a one-stop-shop for local residents. High-standard clothing for men, women and children, shoes, accessories and beauty products of renowned brands; you name it and this store has it. In case the vast variety leaves you confused, do seek the help of the efficient staff. So head here for a great shopping experience with your entire family.
Whoever said money can't buy you happiness hasn't been to the Portage Place Shopping Centre. Located in the Downtown neighborhood of Winnipeg and a stone's throw away from Central Park, this shopping hub is a popular destination for all the shopaholics in the city. Opened in 1987, it offers shoppers and foodies close to 100 stores and eateries to choose from. You can also catch the latest blockbusters at Globe Cinema, IMAX or PTE.
Winnipeg Square is a shopping center conveniently located in downtown Winnipeg. This famous shopping hub holds within it a number of shops and offers you a shopping experience like never before. Various specialty stores, salons and service centers can be found here. Famous coffee shops like Starbucks, a few restaurants, food stalls, juice centers that offer amazing food and beverages are located within Winnipeg Square.