Hotel staff are ready to suit all your needs and wants in order to bring a warm homey atmosphere to all of the guests of these Northwest Territory hotels. Wildlife viewing opportunities are legendary in the Northwest Territories. The wild and exotic beauty of Nahanni National Park is something that has to be experienced in person. Canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling, dog sledding, hunting and fishing are not just recreational pursuits there. For many people, they are the means of survival. Though mining and tourism have replaced subsistence hunting for many, the proximity to wilderness is a constant reminder that this is still a very raw land. Not surprisingly the excellent hunting and fishing in the territories are big attractions that outsiders visit.
Yellowknife, the capital of the territory, is the main city centre for the region and also offers a perfect starting point for countless activities into this rugged and wild land. The problem which of Northwest Territory hotels choose is not very difficult to solve. The hundreds of Northwest Territory hotels will provide you with comfort, high quality service and attention. for those, willing to se the main Yellowknife attractions, Capital Suites Yellowknife may be the way out. Located one block from city centre, this Northwest Territory hotels guarantee peaceful night's rest, but is still easy walking distance to get you close to the action of the downtown core. Award winning service and well appointed comfortable suites have this property one of the best places to stay in Yellowknife. When staying at the Capital Suites Yellowknife you will enjoy the comfort of having a separate living space, kitchen and sleeping quarters. The staff was friendly and the hotel is conveniently located right in the heart of downtown Yellowkinfe. This is one of the premier suite Northwest Territory hotels provides service for both corporate and leisure travelers. Each suite boasts a full service kitchen, separate bedroom, bath and living room. From the private balcony you will take a view of Yellowknife Bay on Great Slave Lake or a northern view to experience the Aurora Borialis and relax with a local or international paper enjoying the complimentary continental breakfast by the fireplace.
If you go to Yellowknife (and it is worth going to), the Chateau Nova is strongly suggested. This inn is right in the center of Yellowknife and has recently been completely refurbished and updated. The new lobby is joined to a large shopping-and-dining complex, the Centre Square Mall, making this the place to stay in winter. Guest rooms are fair-size, some with minibars, and offer amenities that have won an International Hospitality award; a few rooms are equipped for travelers with disabilities.
The walls are decorated with Inuit art. Guests receive a pass to local fitness facilities. The hotel will also store extra luggage or equipment if you're off to a secondary destination for a while. The prices are just a few dollars more and well worth it. All this makes the Northwest Territory hotels solution - an ideal fit for families or contractors visiting our city, especially those that want value for each dollar.
Many people go to watch the wildlife, to walk about in the wilderness scenery or to gain an understanding of the tribal cultures. An easy way to take advantage of the outdoors is in the beautiful parks such as MacKenzie Bison Sanctuary. This part of the country is not a good choice for the casual sightseer, but those who are looking for a bit of adventure will find the Northwest Territories unforgettable.