Whitehorse, Yukon Hotel
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Located in the heart of downtown Whitehorse within blocks of the city’s best restaurants, nighttime hot spots and shopping, the Westmark Whitehorse Hotel & Conference Center is the Yukon’s largest lodging and conference center. With 181 guest rooms and suites, conference facilities, special-event catering and a restaurant on site, the Westmark Whitehorse Hotel is the ideal venue for small or large functions and business meetings and has amenities sure to please.
201 Wood Street
Whitehorse, Yukon, CA, Y1A 2E4
Phone: (867) 393-9700
Fax: (867) 668-2789
- 181 rooms and suites
- Steele Street Restaurant & Lounge
- Conference and meeting facilities
- Catering services
- Wireless internet available (with fee)
- Guest computer access
- Fitness center
- Coin-operated guest laundry facilities
- Limited complimentary parking
- Complimentary airport shuttle (only commercial flights)
- Pet-friendly rooms available (additional fee of $20 + GST per night)
Take advantage of wireless Internet and guest computer access, a fitness center and complimentary parking. The Steele Street Restaurant & Lounge located inside the hotel, offers delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner options, along with local beers, in a casual, fun environment. Three private dining rooms located off the main restaurant are available for private events.
Dining & Entertainment
With a full service restaurant and lounge, your destination for culinary delight awaits you at the Westmark Whitehorse! Stop in for authentic Yukon salmon or Alaska halibut and stay for your favorite craft cocktail or Yukon Brewing Company beer. Planning an event? Our catering department is eager to help. For all menus and more information, please click here.
Experience Whitehorse: The Wilderness City
Situated along the Yukon River, Whitehorse is northern Canada’s largest city and offers cultural and historic attractions alongside spectacular wilderness. With views and access to lakes, majestic mountains and the Yukon River, it’s no wonder Whitehorse is referred to as the “Wilderness City.” Whitehorse is also a popular destination for viewing the northern lights, with prime viewing season between September and March. Visit the Aurora Borealis Yukon webpage for northern lights forecast information, or inquire at the front desk about tour options.
The Beringia Interpretive Center in Whitehorse 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 of Yukon History, Yukon’s first museum, is in the heart of downtown Whitehorse and is an excellent place to learn about the history of the city and how it shaped the development of the Yukon.
At the southern 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. Sternwheelers were used on many rivers and lakes in Canada, but in the Yukon, they were central to transportation. At the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, observe 10 species of northern Canadian mammals including woodland caribou, Canada lynx, Alaska/Yukon moose and arctic foxes.
For a taste of the incredible wilderness that surrounds Whitehorse, plan a visit to Emerald Lake or McIntyre Creek, or take a hike and enjoy the unique scenery at Miles Canyon.
The Westmark Whitehorse Hotel & Conference Center is located in the heart of downtown Whitehorse.
Meetings & Events
The largest hotel in the Yukon, the Westmark Whitehorse features 181 guest rooms and suites, meeting space totaling over 7,000 square feet and on-site catering. The Westmark Whitehorse Hotel & Conference Center is eager to assist you in planning your next meeting or event. To learn more, click here.