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You belong in Brandon. From the time you arrive, until your departure we hope you enjoy your stay in our multicultural and diverse community and come back time and time again.
The Best Western Plus Brandon Inn is the perfect accommodation for groups, family, friends, and business travelers.
The 100% non-smoking and pet-friendly Best Western Plus Brandon Inn offers abundant amenities in each of its spacious rooms, including high-speed internet access, refrigerators and microwaves, in-room security chests, Keurig coffee makers, in-house laundry facilities and more.
Wake up to a complimentary hot breakfast featuring over 26 items. It's the perfect way to start your day and is available from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily or take advantage of our Grab n Go breakfast option between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m.
Group and families can enjoy spacious rooms with two queen beds, desk, and armchair. Business Class guest rooms feature a king size bed, a pull-out sofa, large work desks and ergonomic chairs. Executive two room suites complete with a Jacuzzi®, fireplace, two televisions, Keurig® coffee makers are a definite demand at the Best Western Plus for all kinds of occasions.
Unwind after a busy day in our 24-hour exercise facility, enjoy our business center, or relax in our large pool, hot tub and sauna or take a ride on Brandon’s fastest water slide.
We are pet friendly and allow all family pets at the hotel. The pet friendly rate is $10 per day plus taxes with a $100 per week maximum. A refundable cleaning and damage deposit of $50.00 is required upon check-in. If damage occurs or excessive cleaning is needed, the deposit can become non-refundable and the hotel may charge additionally to cover the costs of repair or cleaning.
Children 13 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.
7.1 kilometer(s) from 26th Regiment Museum, 11th street and Victoria Avenue
Housed on the main floor of the historical Brandon Armoury, the military museum exhibits a variety of military artifacts, memorabilia and archives. Admission is free and the Brandon Armoury and Museum are wheelchair accessible.
3.75 kilometer(s) from Carousels and Dolls Doll, 3.75 km east of Brandon off HWY 1 and north on Humesville Road (200 meters north). The museum offers the largest collection of modern and reproduction dolls in the prairie region as well as large collection of 20th century dolls and early Barbie favorites. Commission dolls as well as restoration and costuming for your own precious doll is also available. Wheelchair accessible. Gift shop and restaurant attached. Admission is charged.
2.7 kilometer(s) from Commonwealth Air Training, Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum
1.6 kilometers north of Brandon on WHY 10 at the Brandon Municipal Airport Hangar 1 Canada’s only Air Museum dedicated solely to those who trained and fought for the British Commonwealth during the 1939-1945 War. Explore this World War II Royal Canadian Air Force Training Site showcasing aircraft, artifacts, memorabilia and the newly unveiled R.C.A.F. WWII Memorial. A National Historic Site, this museum is one of only six designated Manitoba Signature Museums. Admission is charged.
5.8 kilometer(s) from Daily House Museum, 122-18th Street. The museum is the municipal site and original home of Brandon’s first Mayor, Thomas Mayne Daly. This upper middle-class home displays furnishings from the 1880’s to the 1890’s. The Museum also contains a turn of the century grocery store and the Magnacca Research Centre. While visiting the museum enjoy a stroll through our beautiful Victorian Garden. Admission is charged.
5.6 kilometer(s) from Brandon General Museum, 19-9th Street. Located in the heart of Brandon’s heritage- rich Downtown Hub and housed in the former Manitoba Telephone service building, the Brandon General Museum and Archives is the newest museum in Brandon that is dedicated to the preservation of the City’s history. The Museum is home to the original mayor and council chamber furniture, B.J. Hales Collection of Natural History and Various other items. Admission is charged.
30 kilometer(s) from The RCA Museum, Building N-118, Patricia Road, CFB Shilo, 15 minutes from Brandon on Veteran’s Way (PR340). The award-winning RCA Museum is Canada’s National artillery Museum, a Manitoba Star Attraction and one of the largest military museums in the country. Explore our military heritage through the story of Canada’s artillery regiments. Experience its technology, art and culture throughout its five galleries in 24000 sq. ft. Remember the contribution of the Canadian Gunner through interactive exhibits and audio presentations with 28 artillery pieces going back to the 18th century, and vehicles from WWII to present. Temporary exhibits ensure that visitors see something new. An outdoor Gun Park features 35 more artillery pieces and vehicles, a picnic area and ample RV parking. Admission is charged. Wheelchair accessible.
100 kilometer(s) from Riding Mountain National, Located approximately 100 km north of Brandon, Riding Mountain National Park is a pocket of wilderness, which contains 3000 square milometers of rugged nature just waiting to be explored. Riding mountain National Park is one of only five national parks that has resort town site. Wasagaming is located along the shore of Clear Lake, a town which bustles on busy summer days, is home to a variety of shops, restaurants, boat rentals and a beach to name a few. Music, picnics, and special events are always taking place. Whether you are seeking adventure, relaxation, or inspiration, Riding Mountain National Park has something to offer everyone.
40 kilometer(s) from Criddle/Vane Homestead, This 130-hectare area preserves the former homestead of two prominent Manitoba families. Known for their contributions in the fields of sciences, art, sports and culture, the Criddle and Vane families originally settled here in 1882. The park provides you with two hiking trails that take you past the former Criddle home site which was the first entomological field station in Western Canada, a cemetery, as well as the remains of the original landscape features such as the tennis court and golf course.
113 kilometer(s) from Turtle Mountain Provincia, A large block of deciduous forest and more than 200 lakes and wetlands straddle the international boundary in Southwest Manitoba. This is in fact the first part of Manitoba to dry after the glaciers receded. Rising 245 meters above the prairie, this rolling terrain is popular amongst avid mountain bike enthusiasts. Its abundant wildlife includes; white-tailed deer, moose, waterfowl, songbirds and its namesake Western Painted Turtle. The park offers a wealth of recreational activities from skiing, skating, tobogganing and snowmobiling in the winter. Hiking, cycling and canoeing in the summer.
37 kilometer(s) from Rivers Provincial Park, Made up of 38 hectares of mixed grass prairie, this park is situated by Lake Wahtopanah. The lake, a reservoir created by damming the Little Saskatchewan River, was named after the native word 'watopainah' meaning 'canoe people'. The community of Rivers was named after Sir Charles River Wilson, Chairman of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Board of Directors. The park is home to a popular beach and provides ample fishing for pike, walleye and perch.
70 kilometer(s) from Spruce Woods, This park offers a unique sand dune environment where endangered wildlife species such as Western Hognose Snake and North Prairie Skinks can be found. Interpretive and hiking trails lead across rolling hills, mixed grass prairie, through white spruce and deciduous forest and to the eerie spring fed ponds of the Devil’s Punchbowl. The park features camping facilities, unsupervised beach, horseback riding trails, interpretive programs and special events throughout the summer. For winter enthusiast, the park has an extensive system of cross-country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobile trails as well as an outdoor skating oval, rink and toboggan hill.
6 kilometer(s) from Agriculture and Agrifood, Agriculture and Agrifood Canada Brandon Research Centre. 2701 Grand Valley Road west of 18th Street North. Visit one of the original experimental farms Stations Act of 1886. Brandon Research Centre of expertise for land resource management in Western Canada. Its mandate is to develop sustainable crops and livestock production systems for the Parkland region. Enjoy a walk around the station grounds and take in the natural beauty.
0.50 kilometer(s) from Chalet Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
1.00 kilometer(s) from A&W Restaurant, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from Joey's Only, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from Humpty's Family Restauran, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from Montana's Cookhouse, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from Arby's, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from Burger King, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from McDonald's®, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
1.50 kilometer(s) from The Keg, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1.00 kilometer(s) from Brandon University
2.00 kilometer(s) from Assiniboine College, community college
400 kilometer(s) from Winnipeg
450 kilometer(s) from Regina, Saskatchewan
1.50 kilometer(s) from Assiniboine Riverbank Trail System
1.50 kilometer(s) from Shoppers Mall
2.00 kilometer(s) from The Corral Centre
2.00 kilometer(s) from The Town Centre, downtown Brandon
400.00 kilometer(s) from Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport
450.00 kilometer(s) from Regina International Airport