We were arranged to stay here for a few nights here while in town to watch the bears with Frontier North.
Although it is not a deluxe hotel, it is cosy and clean enough for a good night's rest after a long day out in the cold to observe the bears, or walk around town to the nearby post office (to get your passport stamped in person; remember cannot stamp for others), to various souvenir shops, to the supermarket, to a local artist's workshop, to the few restuarants etc etc
It is nice to have a small lobby area with sofas to gather for tour guide's briefing, or to chat with tour friends to share photos, or just rest out of your room. There is also small pantry where guests can make their own tea, coffee, or use the microwave. I saw a guest warming up her neck thing in the microwave to release her day pressure of neck pain.
We have our meals in the Tundra Pub just across the street. The food in the Tundra Inn is a lot better than the other restaurant, and the service also is more pleasing here in Tundra.