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All reviewsthe pubwould stay againcement blocknothing fancytop floorincluded breakfastcoffee maker and fridgestaff were politeroom was clean and comfortablebreeze blockthird floorsmall townhockey teamstayed one nightcold beer and wine storehot breakfastfrench toast
We booked ahead of time to ensure this place would have everything we needed. We were two families travelling on the Prince Rupert ferry which arrived in Port Hardy (30 min drive) at 11:30pm. They assured us we had two rooms, with two beds each....More
I consider this hotel strictly an average choice for the area. However, it appears that they had been quite busy from the night before and despite arriving at 4PM after a long days drive, our room was not ready until 4:30PM. We recently stayed in...More
I really liked this place. Haida-Way isn't fancy. But it's clean, well-managed, and staff was welcoming and hospitable.
A sweet little Chinese lady welcomed us and checked us in. Since we had to leave really early the next morning, she gave us bag-breakfasts. And those...More
Let’s start with the positives:
We were limited in our choice of available accommodation in the area and Haida Way seemed a good fit for our budget.
Located a few minutes walk up the hill from the waterfront, it’s conveniently located near to the local...More
This hotel is very basic, period! The curtains had holes in the lining that showed only in the morning. Brick walls, carpet, comfortable beds. Everything is worn, breakfast ok. I'd stay again but will try for the Black Bear Resort (not a resort) first.
We had a rental car, so honestly, I don't know. Telegraph Cove was a good 20-25 min. ride. If you do find a cab, then it'll probably be an expensive ride! If I were you, I'd try renting a car. You could probably rent a car... More
We had a rental car, so honestly, I don't know. Telegraph Cove was a good 20-25 min. ride. If you do find a cab, then it'll probably be an expensive ride! If I were you, I'd try renting a car. You could probably rent a car for one day for what you'd pay from Port McNeil to Telegraph Cove.
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"Lower levels were cinder-block - not sure if booking higher floors would avoid it feeling a little..."