Imagine a strip of coastline with offshore islands the size of California and an interior dotted with lakes that don't even have names. Nunavut, one of Canada's three territories, is a fledgling tourist destination. It has a smattering of towns with not a single traffic light among them, and in many places the wildlife outnumber the people. Nunavut is one of the northernmost territories of the country, being a land rife with photographic opportunities. It is a real birdwatcher's paradise!
Nunavut hotels mirror a short but very instructive and interesting past of the land. The territory was born out of the Northwest Territories in 1999 after the Inuit, a Native American tribe that has inhabited Canada's far north for centuries, successfully fought to win the world's largest land claim. Not a secret that Nunavut is a very cold place, but so beautiful and attractive to visit. But forget about frosts and snow - Nunavut hotels are extremely warm and friendly. So, you may love staying there much t longer than you plan.
After years of isolation, Canada's North is finally on the verge of a new golden age, and all that thanks to the creation of Nunavut, Canada's newest and largest territory with modern and pleasant Nunavut hotels. With its capital in Iqaluit, Nunavut is a land of piece and comfort. The town is lovely and the people charming and friendly and Nunavut hotels as well.
Nunavut hotels are almost all expensive, and the rooms in Iqaluit are as well, so be prepared to pay a bit more than normal. The Frobisher Inn distinguishes among Nunavut hotels, as it is a great place to stay in Iqaluit with its proximity to the fascinating Qaummaarviit Historic Park.
This is one of Nunavut's premier full service hotels, located at the center of Iqaluit. So that everything you will want to do is just within easy walking distance of the Frobisher Inn - be it shopping, dining out in the city sightseeing or just an evening walk. This hotel is your natural starting point for an arctic adventure, or a business trip to Canada's booming north. It is a very modern facility in a good location.
For business travelers the Frobisher Inn features meeting and conference facilities for groups up to 250 people. A wide stylish hall, the kitchen, catering and dining capabilities are widely regarded as the best among all Nunavut hotels, and that means a lot! Exquisite meals of local cuisine are available both for singles and groups of every size, from small intimate gatherings to catering community events with over 1000 people.
While staying In Nunavut hotels, enjoy meals in award-winning restaurant of Frobisher inn, meet a friend in our gourmet coffee bar or take in a first-run movie at the Astro Theatre. You can dance the night away in the Storehouse Bar & Grill or spend a quiet evening relaxing in your room.
The Frobisher Inn is a large complex with a cafe, general store, dining room, movie theatre, sports store and bar called the Store House and very clean and newly furnished rooms. With 95 rooms, the Frobisher Inn is Nunavut's largest hotel. New rooms feature original Inuit art and entertainment centres with large televisions. Luxurious corner suites available upon request and feature king-sized beds, fireplaces, and jacuzzi tub? while costing not very much. But no matter what type of room you choose, you can always enjoy the spectacular panoramic views overlooking Koojesse Inlet, which make it unique of Nunavut hotels. Nunavut is an Inuit word that means "our land", and after staying in Nunavut hotels be sure to call it your land, too.