Northwest Territories Accommodation and lodging listings
Starkly beautiful, powerful and immense, our northern world is still wild and pristine. Nature rules here, in a diversity of landscapes ranging from towering mountains to rolling tundra, and from seacoast to boggy lowlands and boreal forests.
Experience northern hospitality at its best. Our centrally located hotel in the heart of downtown Yellowknife ensures a relaxing and affordable stay where holiday travelers and business guests will feel completely at home.
5010- 49th Street Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A 2N4
Capital Suites Yellowknife is the place to stay when you are looking for more than a hotel Quiet spacious suites ensure you a restful stay in our Capital City All of our suites are tastefully decorated in rich cherry finishes and warm furnishings .....
THE EXPLORER HOTEL IS YELLOWKNIFES PREMIER FULL SERVICE LUXURY HOTEL OFFERING ALL THE AMENITIES YOU SEEK EACH ROOM IS EQUIPPED WITH A ITS OWN ENSUITE BATHROOM REMOTE CONTROLLED COLOR TV DIRECT DIAL TELEPHONE WITH DATAPORT HAIRDRYER AND PLENTY .....
Welcome to Yellowknife, one of Canadas most exciting cities. Whether your travels are business, pleasure, or perhaps a bit of both, Super 8 Yellowknife understands that quality customer service is like a box of chocolates, you can never get enough.
308 Old Airport Road Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A 3T3
Arnica Inn formerly The Red Coach Inn is an attractive two story inn which just completed renovations. We are within walking distance to both New Town and Old Town, the Arnica Inn is also close to Great Slave Lake.
4115 FRANKLIN Avenue Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A 2N4
The Northwest Territories's treasures include several of Canada's greatest rivers, biggest lakes and most important National Parks. Rare wildlife roams free, and millions of birds migrate through the Mackenzie Valley. Aboriginal tradition thrives in communities built on a rich fur-trade, exploration and mining heritage. Small and widely scattered, they're linked by roads, rivers or bush airlines that converge on our bustling Capital, Yellowknife.