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Our flight to Edmonton was canceled, and the Days Inn had space (at the suites portion of their hotel, down the street from the main hotel). They accomodated us quickly and easily, the room was large and clean. The hotel restaurant (Trek) was closed due to flooding, and will not return. We had to stay down the road (and across the street), and the airport shuttle also left from the main hotel, which meant walking with all of our luggage in -18°C.
1. Airport shuttle was good to have. 2. Cleaning staff were flexible and did a good job, especially considering the dated furniture/rooms. 3. Since there is no breakfast included, we appreciated the fridge and microwave. 1. Staff were mostly inexperienced/poor, though a few were quite good. 2. Walls/ceilings were thin: it is a noisy environment. 3. Japanese tourists abound, but many have little consideration for others in terms of being quiet in the hallways or when they come in and out at all hours of the night. I think this establishment needs to actually TELL them to be more considerate of other guests. 4. Restaurant offered little of interest: we stayed for 13 nights but there was not anything interesting to draw us in there. 5. Lounge? Did not find one that was open whenever we looked.
This is a lovely two star hotel which I enjoyed staying at, but they charge a four star price and it is not value for money.
The staff (Edward Tse) was very helpful and knowledgeable. carpets were a tad dirty. But then I am picky! :)
The location is central to downtown Yellowknife Pretty old. Reminds me of the old apartment buildings that litter Yellowknife.