We were in the Raven's Nest, which also was by The Nook, and it was above the sauna, the hot tub area, and the studio(?). It was quite noisy because there was a lot of activity both nights with loud talking in the hot tub and door slamming and running or heavy talking in the sauna. A family that stayed in The Nook was outside til midnight. the children running around and yelling--no consideration for other guests. In addition, there are no keys unless you request one and pay a deposit, which left our room unlocked when we went to town. This did not appear to be a problem, until we returned, and apparently curious residents, guests, etc., tried to open the door at the bottom of the stairs. We had locked it when we were in, and could hear the door knob being tried, and then the outside door slam when they left. Had they been able to open it and come up the stairs, our privacy would have been seriously compromised. I peered out the bathroom window, which overlooked the entrance and saw a couple of women leave a couple of times. They didn't knock, just tried to enter probably because they didn't think it was occupied. If I were to go back, I would specifically ask not to be put in that building.
The internet was sporadic, but we did manage to do what we needed to do.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Winter northern lights, summer midnight sun. Private cabins, hot tub, sauna, full amenities. Yukon hospitality and welcoming fruit basket. Near Whitehorse on 160 private acres. Friendly hosts respect your privacy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sundog Retreat Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada