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Since being established in 2016, Pinaymootang Motel & Entertainment Centre continues to offer 5 Star Comfort for Visitors

March 24, 2022

Treaty 2 Territory – Whether passing through, or visiting the Nation on business or vacation, you’re always welcome at the Pinaymootang Motel & Entertainment Centre.

The Motel was built, and opened in 2016. The 40 bed motel (20 rooms) is located along Highway #6 and just steps away from the Pinaymootang Conference Centre.

While relaxing in the comfort of the motel, enjoy the free WiFi or head down the hall to try your luck in the Entertainment Centre offering VLTS in a relaxing atmosphere.

Pinaymootang Motel offers free parking, event space for any gathering, and friendly 24/7 front desk staff. Each of their non-smoking guest rooms features a flat-screen HDTV, desk, ironing amenities, mini-refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and hair dryer.

I’ve had the opportunity recently to enjoy a few days in the motel as Pinaymootang Conference Centre hosted our Treaty 2 Territory Anishinaabek Government Strategic Planning session. I was extremely impressed with my comfortable stay. I have traveled throughout North America, and my stay at this First Nation owned motel was one of the most cleanly, enjoyable, and hospitable places I’ve stayed.







While you’re in the area for Church Services, Minor Hockey, or visiting Pinaymootang’s Mino-Ayaawin Wellness Camp, consider making this your home away from home. Efficient and friendly staff will greet you while being in close proximity to venues, spacious parking, and incredibly reasonable rates.

To book your next day at Pinaymootang Motel, please call (204) 659-4933 or email . You can find more information on their Facebook page at:







Congratulations to Pinaymootang First Nation on 6 years of achievement with their Pinaymootang Motel & Entertainment Centre. We wish you continued success!!

Our Keepers and Helpers look forward to returning for another stay soon! Miigwech.

Contributed By:

Marlene Davis – Nation & Economic Development Helper


Last modified: March 24, 2022

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