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New for 2020 – 2021! Captivating Places to Stay in Canada’s Yukon Territory

December 23, 2020 Visit Canada No Comments

With its fascinating goldrush history, rich First Nations heritage and the best northern lights viewing in the world, this latest collection of new hotels and wilderness inns in Canada’s Yukon Territory is just one more reason why Aussies are dreaming of the time when they can plan their trip of a lifetime to Canada’s vast north-west wilderness territory. Read on for four innovative new stays in Yukon.

Dawson Lodge, Dawson City

Recently opened Dawson Lodge, in the gold rush town of Dawson City, has sustainability at its core and social consciousness at its heart. Each of the ten guest rooms (two of them pet-friendly) features compostable coffee pods, organic soap, shampoo and conditioner, and composting facilities. The hotel was painted with low volatile organic compound paints and floor coverings, and the rooms are cleaned with plant-based detergents by Sapadilla. Local art created by community artists adorns the walls and the guest experience is completely automated, with no front desk interaction required.

Mount Logan Lodge

Mount Logan Lodge, overlooking the vast wilderness of Kluane National Park, has added a Mongolian-style yurt to its accommodation offering, with an additional two cabins set to open soon. Relax on the deck and watch the sun set over the tallest mountains in Canada. After dark, take a seat in the outdoor spa for a front row view to the greatest light show on Earth. Spend long summer days hiking and fishing and, during winter, try your hand at the new on-site ice climbing tower, go snowmobiling or learn how to mush your own team of sled dogs. Whatever the season, unforgettable adventures await. Click here to view a video of Mount Logan Lodge and Yukon Guided Adventures.

Black Spruce Hotel, Yukon Territory

Four sustainably built cabins nestled in the forest above Yukon Gardens outside the city of Whitehorse make up the new Black Spruce Hotel. With Japanese-style exterior design (including Shou Sugi-Ban wood preservation), straw bale insulation, local Yukon spruce interior detailing, fir flooring and organic sheets and towels, this extraordinary retreat offers an unforgettable wilderness experience, perfectly positioned for outstanding northern lights viewing during autumn and winter.

Raven Inn, Whitehorse

The Raven Inn is the first 4-star property for Whitehorse, Yukon’s capital city. This boutique addition to the downtown precinct reflects the latest hospitality trends while respecting the rich historic and natural legacy of the Yukon. The 50-room hotel features a historic rail themed Railwork Bar & Lounge and an outdoor hot pool overlooking the vast Yukon River.

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