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Tulugak Inns North Hotel

Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut, Canada
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    Reviewed 27 April 2016
    Again we triumph
    Stayed here numerous times, this place keeps getting better... more
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    Ottawa, Canada
    Reviewed 27 April 2016

    Stayed here numerous times, this place keeps getting better. Great food , good place to meet for lunch meeting. prices are reasonable, clean rooms and courteous staff. You can also learn a bit of inukitut from the staff. You may need to share a room but thats common practice for almost all communities.

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    Winnipeg, Canada
    Reviewed 19 February 2016

    The Arctic is an odd place, and accommodation here follows few rules. Booking a single room is not done; one actually books a bed in a twin room, and hopes that the property is not full; it is, really, a hostel, but one that charges $150/person /night. There are eight rooms, all decorated in a retro-brown motif (this is an...

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    Thank MaxGlobetrotter
    Mississauga, Canada
    Reviewed 4 September 2015

    For a hamlet of 500 people, this hotel is as good as I can reasonably expect. There is a communal dining room with a good view of the harbour, including a big iceberg that broke up in three pieces pretty much right in front. No restaurants in town, not even KFC/Pizza Hut Express, so this is also the only place...

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    Thank twotterdhc6
    Canada
    Reviewed 28 April 2013

    Good hotel. Friendly manager. Meals were horribly unhealthy but very tasty. Breakfast made to order with continental options also available. Rooms were decent considering the location but cramped (2 single beds), and wifi was fast.

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    Thank PolarBear777
    Canada
    Reviewed 6 April 2013

    This little lodge (about 12 rooms) is run by a Winnipeg based co-op that is notorious for operating very poor quality lodgings in Canada's arctic. They are equally notorious for charging absolutely outrageous prices, for example, in this lodge, $250 per bed per night. That means if you have two people sleeping in a single room with twin beds, you...

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    Address: Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut, Canada
    Region: Canada > Nunavut > Qikiqtarjuaq
    Number of rooms: 9
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