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Siniktarvik Hotel and Conference Centre

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Iqaluit, Canada
Reviewed 10 December 2015

Okay, so the food was good and a steal considering it's the North. The staff was super friendly and helpful at both the restaurant and hotel. Now with the good stuff out of the way, let me just tell you the rooms are gross. The furniture was dingy and old. The walls needed new paint, the washroom was rusty and...

Thank Hamid Q
Guelph, Canada
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Once you are done with visiting Rankin Inlet and surrounding beautiful arctic nature, you MUST stop in at the Siniktarvik Hotel's restaurant and order an arctic char wrap with sweet potato fries ....you will not regret!

1Thank renata e
Surrey, Canada
Reviewed 19 September 2015

Had to stay here because the other amenities were booked due to a convention in town. This hotel is terrible and,much like the other reviews, would be the last pick of hotels in this little town. Stayed here more that 5 days for work and housekeeping NEVER managed to get my room cleaned even ONCE! Obviously the management doesn't manage....

Thank Darren C
Trenton, Canada
Reviewed 24 June 2015

Stayed here 1 night in Jun'15 as aircrew stopping through town. Other reviewers have rated this place quite poorly, but you're in the arctic. Everything is old, dingy, and expensive. This is a solid average hotel for the area. Front desk staff accomodated our late check in around midnight and stayed open to provide room keys. Business centre worked with...

Thank anjp
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 18 June 2015 via mobile

Seriously the restaurant is frightening. A chicken sandwich which might as well be vegetarian- better described as gravy and salt sandwich. Grubby and tired. Water with the meal was cloudy and gritty - but it's never wise to drink the water. There isn't much choice but I would buy food at the Northern or Coop and eat in the room...

Thank jamesmorton
Funafuti, Tuvalu
Reviewed 1 December 2014

Calm Air flight was mechanical so they put us up in the Sinik. The room was standard, average, nothing to write home or really complain about. The beds were clean, the bathroom was a little dated but clean.. the only thing that was nasty was the stains on the walls from the tobacco chew. If you're going to spit everywhere,...

1Thank puck013
Arviat, Canada
Reviewed 10 February 2014

By southern standards would be middle of the road. When in the arctic you have fewer options. The location is great, near hamlet, banks, stores. There are better places to stay but consider the weather. I was there in Jan. I had one of the updated rooms. It was what I expected. Clean and comfortable enough. The staff are friendly...

Thank justmy0pinion
Canton of Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 20 March 2012

$270 plus tax for an old and disgusting room. Big sticker on the phone saying you must not use it. Got send away twice for breakfast; other guests are more important.

3Thank DemandingGuest1
St. Catharines
Reviewed 22 December 2011

At over 200.00 dollars a night you would expect at least a bed frame under the bed. Tiles were lifting off the bathroom floor and needed just basic upkeep. Dont think the front desk clerk could even crack a smile if you asked her. Would not even call a cab for us and told us to use the pay phone...

3Thank autorevs
Guelph, Canada
Reviewed 14 November 2011

I was trapped in this hotel for 3 nights because of a flight delay, in transit. I know the other reviews are terrible, but I have great memories of this place. Yes, the rooms were small and dingy, but hey, you're in the Arctic!! I had the best sleep here -- I remember the rooms being cozy. The best part...


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Additional Information about Siniktarvik Hotel and Conference Centre

Address: Box 40 NU X0C 0G0, Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
Region: Canada > Nunavut > Rankin Inlet
Price Range: $199 - $250 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 50
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