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Front desk very nice. Rooms are decent size with normal size bathrooms. Tub in our room has hole in it and bottom of the tub dirty. Everything outdated and old and smells funny. Parking lot and front entrance muddy.
Stayed here for one brief night during a trip up north. All hotels in Whitehorse seem to be of similar caliber, and this one was recommended by a friend.
No problems at all to report of my stay. All the staff I encountered were friendly...More
This hotel beats the days inn next door. The exterior doesn't show much updates but the room is fine. Spacious. Must have been remodeled I'm last year or so. It's close to fast food, groceries and brewery.
This is where I tend to stay when I travel to Whitehorse. It is centrally located, clean, and fairly quiet. Every room has a fridge and microwave, which isn't the case with some other hotels in town.
The bar downstairs has kareoke on weekends which...More
This hotel was well rated on booking.com and had nice pictures. When we walked into our nonsmoking room, it smelled like smoke. The room had two queen beds but no kitchenette as pictured. The outside of the hotel was sketchy, the parking lot had a...More
Yukon Inn is approximately half a mile or a little longer from the center of town (the White Pass Railroad building where you pick up the bus for the one day combo to Skagway). If that is, indeed, the tour you are taking... More
Yukon Inn is approximately half a mile or a little longer from the center of town (the White Pass Railroad building where you pick up the bus for the one day combo to Skagway). If that is, indeed, the tour you are taking. But plan on a good 20 min walk or a 5 min. drive.
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"Ask for a second floor Room if at all possible to avoid vehicle exhaust wafting into rooms."