Since 1913, this former Grand Trunk Pacific Railway hotel has stood as a symbol of Winnipeg’s importance as a North American transportation hub and of the prairie city’s affinity for old world elegance. <span class=“eleHide” style=“display: inline”>It is Winnipeg’s best example
of the chateau style of architecture which first found expression in
the magnificent railway hotels built across Canada before 1930.</span>
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The Fort Garry has enjoyed an unparalleled renaissance, winning new admirers and accolades from patrons and guests as our historic hotel in Winnipeg approaches its 100th year on Broadway.
One of the city’s most recognizable structures and a national landmark, The Fort Garry has defined the Winnipeg skyline for over 90 years. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway decided to build The Fort Garry in 1911 when it completed the link between its east and west lines. The
site chosen on Broadway was just one block from the railway’s Union Station.