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I have stayed here a couple of times on an annual fishing trip to Prince Rupert. A couple of years ago I stayed there and thought it was a decent place to stay. The restaurant was good and the rooms were quiet and clean.
The town is dead for 9 months of the year. We use property each year when out gathering the annual freezer load of salmon and bottom fish. It is what it is. Clean and good value for the $. Not the Ritz but there are...More
Had reservations but on arrival had a sense things would not be good - looked dirty, smelled dirty, so we asked to see the room. The attitude of the desk clerk was immediately defensive, but she took us to see it. Immediately on entry (...More
I cant comment on the hotel side of this place, But I've eaten here a few times and the food has been very good and the staff were always pleasant. Easily the best fish & chips in town, much nicer than "Smiles"
Washed our laundry in the so-called laundry room and ended up with the smell of dead fish in our clothing and suitcase. Wrote a very cordial e-mail and also called to see what could be done to make up for our wrecked clothing and suitcase....More
US$63 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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