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We arrived to Motel Energie, after a long drive from Labrador City, on a rainy day, on dust roads. It was good to find a piece of civilisation, and we enjoyed a hot bowl of the soup of the day. We could not ask for...More
We stayed here on our recent motorcycle tour and were not pleased with either the quality of the accommodation or the amenities, such as they were. I asked several times for one of the 24 "renovated rooms" but was rebuffed each time. We were sent...More
There's not a lot of choice on where to stay on Rt 389, but this turned out to be a very nice stopover point. Despite my lack of French, the staff (motel and restaurant) was friendly and helpful. The room was quite small, but clean....More
Better than expected, especially considering the location. The staff were friendly and helpful. Microwave and refrigerator in room, but no coffee maker. The restaurant is adequate - don't expect fine dining, but you'll find something. The place is swamped by workers from the roads and...More
Stopped for one night on our way to Labrador. Convenient. Gas station and convenience store on site. Restaurant, cafeteria style. Food was cafeteria style (2 choices of menus) and was average. Very courteous and friendly staff. Rooms are quite small and in need of some...More
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"Keep asking for one of the "renovated" rooms: you might get one. Avoid the "Camp.""