Located in the heart of Dawson City and within walking distance of many of the town's attractions, the Aurora Inn is a small and charming hotel with basic but comfortable rooms. The property's staff provide a friendly service and have an extensive knowledge of the city, its history and its attractions.
Features: 20 rooms, restaurant, lounge, parking, Wi-Fi
Room amenities: Television, ceiling fans, telephone, hairdryer.
Located in the rugged wilderness of northern Canada, Blachford Lake Lodge is only accessible by air from Yellowknife. The scenic flight provides views over glaciers, rivers and waterfalls and may also offer the chance of an aerial sighting of moose and bears. Blachford Lake Lodge has five large guestrooms with access to shared showers and washrooms, two viewing decks and a communal lounge with bar, dining room and library. There are also five log cabins for a more rustic stay, each with its own lake view. Hike, fish, or kayak on the nearby lake and, from mid-August, the northern lights may be visible. In 2011, Prince William and Catherine visited as part of their royal tour of Canada.
Features: 5 rooms & 5 cabins, 2 viewing decks, communal lounge with bar, dining room, library, Wi-Fi.
Room amenities: Shared showers & washrooms, large windows, down duvets.
Located in the heart of Yellowknife, Capital Suites Yellowknife provides a range of accommodation, from studio rooms to two-bedroom suites with fully equipped kitchen. The central location provides a great base for exploring the city with northern lights viewing trips available at certain times of the year. The property does not have its own restaurant, however there are many restaurants and shops within walking distance.
Features: 78 rooms, fitness room, parking, airport shuttle, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi.
Room amenities: Television, hot drinks, iron & ironing board, hairdryer, air conditioning.