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.

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Major Northwest Territories destinations:

Yellowknife Wrigley Inuvik Fort Simpson Deline

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Todays featured Northwest Territories accommodations:

The Yellowknife Inn

Approx 1km away in Yellowknife:

Guests of the hotel have free access to a Fitness Club, and for a small fee may also use the facilities at the aquatic centre with wave action swimming pool and two arenas, the golf course and guided tours of local gold mines, fishing excursions to .....

Photograph of The Yellowknife Inn, Yellowknife
Franklin Avenue 50th Street
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
X1A 2N4

Grey Goose Lodge

Approx 1km away in Deline:

Modern facility on Great Bear Lake. 12 comfortable double rooms. 32-seat full service dining room. 4 self contained, 3 bedroom suites with kitchens also available. Dene handicraft shop.

Photograph of Grey Goose Lodge, Deline
Box 175
Deline, Northwest Territories

Super 8

Approx 2km away in Yellowknife:

Welcome to Yellowknife, one of Canada's 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.

Photograph of Super 8, Yellowknife
308 Old Airport Road
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
X1A 3T3

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

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.

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