Dawson City Hotel

We have made the very difficult decision to close the Westmark Dawson City until further notice. For the health and protection of our team members and guests, we feel this is the best choice to get through the current health pandemic in the safest and most responsible way. More information can be found here.

Unwind in Dawson City’s premier hotel, the Westmark Inn Dawson City, offering travelers spacious and comfortable accommodations with warm northern hospitality in the middle of the Yukon Territory. Ranked #1 of all Dawson City hotels and winner of the 2019 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award, the Westmark Inn is situated in the heart of downtown and is open mid-May through mid-September. The hotel features 177 turn-of-the-century rooms, perfect for large or small parties.

Relax on the expansive outdoor deck at the Keno Lounge, enjoy a home-cooked meal at Belinda’s Dining Room, or simply kick up your feet in our spacious lobby. Visit our reservations page today to start planning your Dawson City adventure and don’t forget to check out our packages and specials for exciting offers. Come discover all that the “Paris of the North” has to offer.

Fifth & Harper Streets, PO Box 420
Dawson CityYukon, CA Y0B 1G0

Phone: (867) 993-5542
Fax: (867) 993-5623

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The Westmark Inn Dawson City was designed to replicate the look of the buildings during the Gold Rush.

The inn provides visitors with spacious and comfortable accommodations.

Relax in the courtyard with a cup of coffee and a book by author Jack London, who spent years in Dawson during the Gold Rush. The Jack London Interpretive Museum is located a few blocks from the hotel.

One King Bed Room

A spacious and charming guest room.

Enjoy a breakfast buffet or hearty Yukon BBQ dinner at Belinda’s Restaurant.

Transport yourself to Dawson City, Canada, the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush and home to the Westmark Inn Dawson City. Photo courtesy of Government of Yukon.

Venture out and explore the historic sites of Dawson City like the Commissioner’s Residence. Photo courtesy of Government of Yukon.

Front Street is one of the busiest streets in Dawson City and buildings that line it are all built and painted to evoke the spirit of the Gold Rush Era. Photo courtesy of Government of Yukon.

Looking for an adventure? Journey from Dawson City along the Dempster Highway to Tombstone. Photo courtesy of Government of Yukon.

Diamond Tooth Gerties Gambling Hall is located just blocks from the hotel. Gambling, singers and Can-Can dancers give you a chance to re-live the glory days of the Gold Rush. Photo courtesy of Fritz Mueller.

Spend an afternoon hiking through the alpine lakes and subarctic tundra landscapes of Tombstone Territorial Park. Photo courtesy of Fritz Mueller.

At the front desk, you'll be greeted with warm, Yukon hospitality.

The spacious, sun-filled lobby.

Fresh, delicious food from Belinda's Dining Room.

Hearty eats from Belinda's Dining Room.

Enjoy the perfect martini in the Keno Lounge.

A well-appointed guest room bathroom.


  • 177 rooms and suites in four buildings
  • Complimentary wireless Internet in lobby
  • Guest computer access
  • Outdoor deck and courtyard
  • Coin-operated guest laundry facilities
  • Complimentary parking
  • Belinda's Dining Room
  • Keno Lounge


Situated in the heart of Dawson City, the Westmark Inn features a restaurant and full service bar. Join us on the patio for a bite or simply grab a custom cocktail in the Keno lounge. To learn more, click here.

Dining Info

About Dawson City

The discovery of Klondike gold in 1897 led to one of the greatest gold rushes in history. By 1898, Dawson City was one of the biggest cities north of San Francisco and west of Winnipeg, with a population of 40,000. It was nicknamed “the Paris of the North” and boasted bustling dance halls, theaters and hotels, along with the latest fashions from Paris.

Today, Dawson City offers visitors all the character of the turn-of-the-century Gold Rush days. Hop aboard the Klondike Spirit Paddlewheeler for a relaxing sternwheeler ride on the Yukon River, or visit the Dawson City Museum to learn about the history of the Yukon and view restored Klondike Mines Railway locomotives and the largest collection of artifacts in the territory. If you enjoy golfing, you won’t want to miss the Dawson City Golf Course where you can golf under the midnight sun.

If you want to try your hand at gold mining, visit Claim #6 on Bonanza Creek where the world’s greatest Gold Rush started, or simply stroll along the Dawson City waterfront to take in the history and legends of the indigenous Tr’ondek Hwech’in people at the Danoja Zho Cultural Centre. From spectacular wilderness to cultural museums, you will never be lacking for things to do in Dawson City.

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The Westmark Inn Dawson City is located in the heart of downtown just blocks from the legendary Diamond Tooth Gertie’s gambling hall.