Hotel & Travel Information
Accommodations for the 2010 Manitoba Library Conference are provided by the Delta Winnipeg. The hotel provides full business services and is located within walking distance of Winnipeg's major cultural, shopping and fine dining areas.
A limited number of rooms have been reserved for Conference attendees, and rates start at $129.00 per night for a 'Delta Room.' The deadline for room bookings at the special group rates is April 14.
Booking a room online
To book your room online at the Conference group rate, use the online form that has been set up specifically for this Conference.
Booking a room by phone
To ensure that you receive the special group rate, please call the Delta Winnipeg directly between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at (204) 942-0551. Remember to:
- ensure that you call the Delta Winnipeg directly, and not the 1-800 reservation line
- mention that you are attending the Manitoba Libraries Conference and quote block code "0510mani_002".
Parking is available in the Hotel's underground lot, accessible from St. Mary Ave. The cost is $2 per half hour to a maximum of $9 per day. Overnight (24hr) parking is $15 per day. Surface lots are also available in the downtown area with daily flat rates, and several parkades are within walking distance. Downtown parking and walking maps are available from the Downtown Winnipeg Biz and the Winnipeg Parking Authority.
Delta Winnipeg [map]
350 St. Mary Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3C 3J2
Tel: (204) 942-0551 | Fax: (204) 943-8702 | Toll-Free: (888) 311-4990
WestJet operates Boeing 737 service between 31 Canadian cities, and has made special airfares available to Conference attendees. By contacting WestJet's Convention line, you will receive a 10% discount off the best available regular fare at the time of booking.
- Arrangements must be made through WestJet's Convention line at 1-877-952-4696 between 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (MST).
- Account number CC5763 should be quoted to receive the special fare.
- Full details and conditions are available via the WestJet letter.