Stayed here 3 nights with Frontier's north during bear season. Group of 20+ arrived at 4pm, no one was at front desk. Tour leader had to call the owner's wife to come in, we all waited half an hour for her after a long tiring day of tour. When she finally came, no smile, no greetings, no apologies, just passed out the keys. We were little surprised by her attitude. There are not many choices for hotels during bear season, but never seen such attitude at any front desk either. In the next 3 days, never see anybody at the front desk. I know they are booked solid, she does not even care.
The room is 2 story loft with small kitchen couch tv downstairs, beds/bathroom upstairs. It is spacious but very old. It's a pain to go up and down stairs. The wi fi did not work 90% of the time. Unless we log in as soon as we arrive at the hotel, it works for 2 minutes. Then when everybody tried to log in, it stopped working.
There is no dining room in the hotel. We had to walk to different hotel for breakfast and dinner. Its 5-8 minute walk in the cold, snow, wind and darkness. We were so scared to run into some polar bear too. Try to stay at other hotel with restaurant.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking