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Dawson Lodge is offering accommodations in Dawson City. The hotel has both free WiFi and free private parking. everything!!! very very quiet, clean, comfortable!! everything looked like it had just been updated. The communication with the owner was excellent!! would not stay anywhere else !!!
Featuring a restaurant and lounge, this Dawson City hotel provides free Wi-Fi in all rooms. A gift shop are offered on site. Dawson City Museum is 11 minutes’ walk away. Awesome friendly, helpful staff. A big thank you to Amber in reception, easily the friendliest welcome we’ve received in years.
Bonanza Gold Motel offers pet-friendly accommodations in Dawson City. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Very close to town . Excellant price. Great staff. There is laundry on site. would stay there again .
Dawson is a cute little town. We came in mid-September when many of the amenities are closed. The people at the Parks Canada Visitor Information Centre were really helpful. We took a tour of the Keno, an old sternwheeler, drove up Midnight Dome during the day (unfortunately there were no aurora borealis visible when we were there), took a drive up the Dempster Highway to Tombstone Memorial Park and the Continental Divide, took the ferry across to West Dawson, and generally just walked around town looking at old buildings. We only ate at one restaurant, the Drunken Goat Taverna, which was good but very expensive. We also got a pizza from Pan of Gold, which was good. It seems all the restaurants are expensive there though, probably due to the remote location. There are two grocery stores, and our favourite was the Bonanza Grocery. It has a nice deli where you can get freshly sliced cold cuts, soup, and assorted baked items. We had a couple of samosas that were really good. We liked the pathway along the river, and amazing views.
I cried a little when I left. It’s authentic and original. It’s set in and remains the classic Klondike village. There are great little shops, restaurants, museums, etc. However, it’s the people. They all have a story and they always end with… in Dawson City we are a family we chose. How can that ever be bad?
I love the sights and sound of the city. The Parks Canada tour out of the information centre were fantastic and very affordable. I went close to the end of the season so a few things were shutting down, or had already shut down. If you plan to visit, go there on the weekends so you can see the cancan dancers (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). I was there Monday to Thursday. Be sure to visit the new Dawson City Museum (must see!) and the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre. Pan of Gold Pizza Shop is amazing, and they deliver too, which is perfect for a long hike. Klondike Car Rental is great too, especially if you're trying to get to Tombstone. They also offer an airport shuttle for customers. It's easy to get around Dawson City, but you'll need a car if you want to get outside the city. The airport is a 15-minute drive, for example. If I was to go again, it would be in July/August, not in September. The colours were beautiful, but you risk not having access to certain things eg: the SS Keno, Jack London's cabin, Robert Service's cabin, etc.
If you are staying in Dawson City you don't need a car. It is small enough to walk everywhere you want to go. Make sure you go in the summer season though as just about all the shops, restaurants and attractions shut down for the season at the end of September as we sadly found out.
The old buildings were still there and the graveyard. Old gold mines still in operation. Great museums and friendly people. We panned and found a few flakes too! The CALL OF THE WILD. Thanks Dawson City.
Lots to discover and soak up in and around the town. Open, airy, friendly, fresh and quaint. Lots of great coffee places and fun restaurants. Easy and safe to get around. Lovely walking trail along the Yukon. Very photogenic and well restored ( but not too much) Tons of character. Worthy of its hopefully soon-to-be-granted Unesco désignation. Nature, air quality, simplicity and rugged, colourful northern landscapes beyond our expectations. The drive up to the epic, glacier-framed, early fall arctic tundra region was unforgettable eye-candy!!! My (young adult) daughter and I simply adored the Yukon: Whitehorse, the Alaska/Klondike/Dempster Highways, Dawson City and beyond! 👍💚
While not as convenient as the hotels in downtown Dawson, this is an easy 15-20 minute walk from downtown on a pedestrian trail. Plenty of easy parking, and the the staff was quite friendly. Smooth check-in and booking.
We loved the style of the hotel that was modern and also fit in perfectly with the Dawson feel. Great location, close to many sites and restaurants. We also really liked the free gifts on arrival
Located in the downtown area of Dawson city. Room wasn’t ready eggnog I checked in. Was told it would be about an hour. It actually was less than 10 minutes. Bartender was a friendly guy.
Historic building, close to Visitors Center and central to the historic downtown. Also close to the Yukon River ferry.
Great location to take in all Dawson City activities
liked very little at hotel comfortable beds