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the rooms are small and basic but have a private bath. I guess a luxury for such a remote location. The food was excellent and prices are ok. Good place to view the northern lights. I would not recommend to drive there on your own...More
Do your research first before you stay here. Know where you are, and adjust your expectations as such. This is not a 5 star hotel in any big city USA. With that being said, our party of four enjoyed our stay here. We wanted to...More
Basis camp type rooms with twin beds, no tv and no cell phone reception. The staff was friendly and helpful. The scenery amazing and the food at the only cafe hearty and tasty. Stay here if you are into the great outdoors.
Comfortable room, hot shower, quiet. This is not a hotel so rated on that basis. Basic accomodation at an iconic spot. It is the experience you go for not the accomodation per se. Unlike Deadhorse camp up at Prudhoe bay it has ensuite bathrooms.
I stayed in the inn for one night while I did the adventures in the area. If you're in Coldfoot you aren't spending time in the inn. It's meant to provide a suitable place to sleep in between adventures. It's very simple but worth it...More
I drove through there in early June on a motorcycle. The weather was wonderful: warm, bright sun, and beautiful. It is note worthy to know that weather can change in a "heartbeat." The next day it had... More
I drove through there in early June on a motorcycle. The weather was wonderful: warm, bright sun, and beautiful. It is note worthy to know that weather can change in a "heartbeat." The next day it had turned bitterly cold (in the 20sF) on the North Slope to Deadhorse. Even in June, there had been a avalanche in Atigun Pass that blocked the road for a day. Giving a clue of the bitterly cold winters in Coldfoot, the worker's camp (motel) have triple double pane windows. I would suggest bringing every layer of clothes you have, and then be pleasantly surprised if you don't need them. I would guess the temps will still be below freezing if not below zero(F). Good luck! Even if the gas gage is still above one half, fill up the car every chance you get! And remember there is a reason the town is called "Coldfoot." LOL Oh, yes. I suggest you carry a satellite phone. They can be rented. Hope this is helpful.