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Turaarvik Inns North

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Spruce Grove, Canada
Reviewed 22 May 2016

This is very much a northern restaurant with a northern clientele and rugged conditions. The food was much better than I had anticipated. The Arctic char was great; the breakfasts were substantial and good value.

Thank George C
Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 29 March 2016

I find this place nice, its clean theres a restaurant in the same building which cooks good food. I also found it good that the hotel is separated from the main public. The one thing i found that needs addressed is it needs better air control rooms were a bit hot

Thank InuitArtGuru
Winnipeg, Canada
Reviewed 10 February 2016

There are only a couple of places to eat in town, and the Wild Wolf is now closed. The restaurant at the Inns North is "hearty", and suitable for the climate! Portions are substantial, and their home-made foods (Lasagna, meat loaf) are really pretty good. Not much choice, but this will do the trick!

Thank MaxGlobetrotter
Reviewed 11 November 2015

I did not stay at the hotel, but the restaurant was my regular Friday lunch hang out. The arctic char wrap with sweet potato fries are the BEST and I would say a must try in Rankin. After discovering the tundra, stop in for lunch :)

Thank renata e
Reviewed 4 March 2014

The Hotel offers a restaurant with a diner setting that's faced paced, vibrant and good food open about 12 hours each day. The hotel rooms are updated, clean, tidy and with amenities that are better than a lot of southern hotels including light darkening curtains. It's located in "downtown" Rankin Inlet bordering Williamson Lake. Local crafts people stop by from...

2Thank Chef006
New Minas
Reviewed 8 April 2013

Their paninis and breakfasts are top shelf. The remainder is good. Excellent rooms at fair prices. As an added bonus, local craftsmen often stop in to display and show their crafts and carvings. Their rooms are clean and comfortable with all the amenities one may need to enjoy their stay.

2Thank Tojoso

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Additional Information about Turaarvik Inns North

Address: Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, Canada
Region: Canada > Nunavut > Rankin Inlet
Number of rooms: 22
Also Known As:
Turaarvik Inns North Rankin Inlet, Nunavut
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“get a room with a kitchenette as you never can depend upon the weather for your length of stay”
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