Stayed here a couple of times before but always just overnight. It IS very close to the airport (300 metres ?) and in winter that can be a major plus (think -30C) and winter is very long up there.
My last visit had me arriving, without a booking (not recommended), after 2230 hrs. Place locked up. Knocking and gesticulating through windows to other guests finally got me in. Room eventually allocated which was a bit basic as usual. Did not use phone or TV. Awoken at 0400 hrs by someone entering my room (I HAD locked it !), who mumbled an apology and backed out. Pleased in retrospect that I had placed a chair up against the door to combat such unlikely eventualities. Breakfast in adjacent restaurant was good. But once again, I was only there about 10 hours en route and cannot comment on other features.
Iqaluit is a bit of a frontier town and the Navigator Inn reflects that to some extent. I would - and will - return though.
- Also Known As:
- Navigator Hotel
- Navigator Inn Iqaluit, Nunavut
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located downtown just minutes from the airport, the Navigator Inn has 45 rooms including 8 suites and 4 VIP suites. The Navigator has three conference rooms, with the main room, the largest in Iqaluit, having a capacity of up to 200 guests. Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout the hotel. A fitness room and self service laundry facilities are also available. A restaurant and lounge are on site. Corporate and government rates are in place. Discounted rates in conjunction with booking of rooms and conference facilities are available subject to availability. ... more less
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