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The Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba with a Canad Inns hotel tower in the background

Canad Inns is a chain of hotels headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The company operates nine hotel properties in the province of Manitoba and one in the U.S. state of North Dakota. In 2004, Canad Inns was named one of "Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies". The chain employs 2,500 people and is the 14th largest hotel chain in Canada and the largest in Manitoba.

In the past, the company had a history of buying underutilized hotel properties and reinvigorating them with added investments. Recently, Canad Inns has started developing brand new facilities with many amenities, such as waterparks, restaurants and nightclubs[1]. For instance, the property that recently opened in Grand Forks, North Dakota features a 13-story hotel, a large waterpark, and three restaurants.

The company also purchased the naming rights to Winnipeg Stadium, home of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League, which is now called Canad Inns Stadium.

In addition, Canad Inns are known for popular Night Clubs / Bars attached to their hotels, such as Tijuana Night club (attached to Polo Park). See below for more information on Canad Clubs.


Hotel properties


  • Winnipeg, Manitoba
    • Canad Inns Fort Garry Express
      • The O.C. (Off-Campus Social)
    • Canad Inns Transcona
      • mybar
    • Canad Inns Windsor Park
      • Stereo
      • Cowboys
    • Canad Inns Garden City
      • Silverado's
    • Canad Inns Polo Park
      • Tijuana Yacht Club
  • Brandon, Manitoba
    • Canad Inns Brandon
      • Great Western Roadhouse


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