VANCOUVER — Coast Hotels Limited has added two new franchise properties in downtown Dawson City, Yukon.
Eldorado, a Coast Hotel pays homage to the rich mining history of Dawson City, taking inspiration from the Eldorado Gold Mine. The hotel embraces a blend of affordable comfort and historic charm, offering guests an immersive experience that reflects the essence of the region. With spacious suites and well-appointed guestrooms, essential amenities, personalized service and an onsite restaurant and lounge, the hotel promises a memorable stay for both business and leisure travellers.
Midnight Sun, a Coast Hotel draws inspiration from the natural phenomenon of the Yukon’s perpetual daylight during the summer months. Anchored in the allure of Yukon’s rich past, the 19-room boutique hotel, open seasonally from May to September, seamlessly weaves together the charm of a bygone era with contemporary hospitality. Visitors are greeted by an atmosphere that effortlessly balances authenticity and luxury, with a variety of room options. For those seeking relaxation, guests can unwind and share stories in the Midnight Sun Lounge, which serves an extensive cocktail menu and light bites.
“We’re excited to expand our presence in the Yukon Territory with the addition of Eldorado, a Coast Hotel and Midnight Sun, a Coast Hotel in Dawson City,” says Jin Sasaki, president & CEO of Coast Hotels. “These properties reflect our dedication to providing friendly service, refreshingly local stays and memorable experiences for our guests while celebrating the unique history and natural beauty of Dawson City.”
“We’re excited to continue our long partnership with Coast Hotels and to expand this relationship to two additional hotels in Dawson City,” says Michael Hale, CEO of NVD. “Our pride in our downtown assets is amplified by the fact that we co-own these assets with the Tr’ondek Hwench’in investment trust. Our goal is to continue to grow Dawson City as a destination, and we believe a partnership with Coast Hotels is the best way to make that happen.”