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The staff were lovely and very helpful.
The rooms are small, but clean and functional.
The walls however must be paper thin. I could very clearly hear everything going on in both of the next door rooms.
The hotel seems to be newly remodelled and it is very well done. The finishes are quite nice and the beds are comfy. The building construction is not excellent (probably not unexpected that far north) so the walls are thin. I woke up during the...More
this is an older hotel but very friendly great food and close to the airport like all hotels in the arctic a tad expensive given the options in this town I would have no problem recommending it for a short stay
I stayed in a tiny, cold room with a double bed and skinny desk. Tiny closet, tiny bathroom, but worst of all is how noisy the hotel rooms are, due to cheap construction. Anyone going down the hall, often pulling a suitcase, or wearing big...More
Well designed rooms which are very comfortable and decent wifi (for Iqaluit). Excellent restaurant for breakfast and dinner. Even managed to walk out and see the northern lights! It is not exactly the cheapest place but totally worth it! Service friendly and efficient. And watch...More
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"Ask for room at far end from lobby. Bring ear plugs and warm slippers. Floors are cold"