The Delta is your home office away from home
With the Delta's reopening comes elevated cleaning standards, beautiful city views and the quiet, calm office space you need right downtown
After many long months of working from home amidst the chaos of children, constant cleaning and a couch for an office, imagine yourself instead working in a serene, sunlit guest room with fast Wi-Fi, an ergonomic work space, a private balcony and heated bathroom floors. That’s what you’ll find at Delta Hotels by Marriott Winnipeg, which was recently remodelled in 2018 and boasts some of the chicest rooms in the city.
As you might be taking a break from booking hotels for any upcoming vacations—although, we cannot stress enough how fun a family staycation in the city can be, which you can read more about here—making a guest room at the Delta your home office away from home is a great way to get some serious work done.
Each modern room comes equipped with high-speed wireless internet, a six-foot-long ergonomic working desk and bright windows with a view of downtown Winnipeg. The hotel’s indoor lap pool and 24-hour full service gym are open for your midday break or early morning sweat sesh. Plus, you'll earn Marriott Bonvoy Points with your stay, which you can use toward free nights and more benefits in the future.
Once your laptop is shut and the workday is over, consider strolling over to one of Winnipeg’s sunny patios, plenty of which are in walking distance of the Delta, including Gusto North's new outdoor seating area at Hargrave Street Market and La Roca's relaxing outdoor oasis. See more of these patios and a few other favourites in our Summer Saved patio video. Or, fill your time off with larger than life works of art at the RBC Convention Centre next door – Imagine Van Gogh runs September 17, 2020 through October 31, 2020.
With Marriott’s commitment to clean and keeping hotel associates, guests and customers safe, they’ve developed impressively elevated cleaning standards. Each guest room is deep cleaned between stays, all high-touch items like elevator buttons and escalator handrails are frequently disinfected, mobile technology is used for keys and food & beverage stations have been redesigned.