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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellowknife Inn
It was great that there is free shuttle going to the hotel. Staff were friendly and location was very central. They don't have A/C so the room was very hot when I first checked-in. But they do have a fan a small window that you can open to let air in. Since it is late September, the room was at a good temperature by 10 pm. I wish they clean the fan though... There are so much dust accumulated on the fan blades that I don't really want to turn it on.
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Checking Out of Yellowknife Inn
I just couldn't get up in the morning. I slept until 10:15am today and only had about 45 mins to shower and check out of my room since check out time was 11am. Good thing I didn't unpack much the night before, so I was able to get to the front desk on time.
Maybe because I have worked in hotels before, I am more aware and considerate of these things.
I find the female staff to be much friendlier than the male staff, ...