Distinctly Unique Hotels Across Alaska & the Yukon
Explore the Yukon Territory: Superior Convenience at the Westmark Whitehorse Hotel
The Westmark Whitehorse Hotel & Conference Center is the Yukon's premier hotel and conference center. Located in the heart of downtown Whitehorse, the hotel is within blocks of area restaurants, nightspots, shopping, and government offices. The Westmark Whitehorse offers 180 first-class guest rooms and suites, conference facilities, and professional special event catering.
The Steele Street Restaurant & Lounge serves up a fabulous menu featuring daily lunch and dinner specials. With seven microbrew beers on tap and a great selection of wine, you are sure to find the perfect complement for your meal.
Experience Whitehorse: "The Wilderness City"
Take a walk in any direction from the Westmark Whitehorse Hotel and you will be immersed in the bustling historic district of the Yukon's largest city or surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Whitehorse Museums & Centers
The Beringia Interpretive Center provides an interactive and multimedia exploration of the Yukon's prehistoric past. Dioramas, films, and artwork provide a vivid picture of prehistoric Yukon landscapes, animals, and humans. The Macbride Museum is the Yukon's first museum. There, you can discover the history of the Whitehorse and how it shaped the development of the Yukon Territory.
Northern Lights & Historic Landmarks: The Sights & Sites of Whitehorse
With views and access to the Yukon River, lakes, and majestic mountains, it's no wonder Whitehorse is known as the "Wilderness City."" Adventurers will find excellent hiking around the unique scenery of Miles Canyon (once known as the Grand Canyon, before being renamed in 1883) and the Yukon River. At the south end of downtown Whitehorse you'll find the S.S. Klondike National Historic Site, home to the largest and last sternwheeler on the Yukon River.
Whitehorse is an ideal location for viewing the incredible display of the northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis. Prime viewing season begins in September and extends through March. Forcast information for the Northern Lights can be found at the Aurora Borealis Yukon Web page.
Westmark Whitehorse Hotel & Conference Center
201 Wood Street, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Y1A 2E4
Phone: (867) 393-9700 Fax: (867) 668-2789