Overlooking the Yukon River, this pretty property offers an idyllic location on Main Street, close to Whitehorse's most popular attractions. Serving visitors since the days of the Klondike Gold Rush, originally serving train and paddle wheeler passengers on their way to the goldfields in Dawson City, it sits adjacent to the historic White Pass and Yukon Route Train Station.
Newly renovated, this boutique-style property boasts the most modern accommodations in the city. A small property of just 33 guestrooms, each offering contemporary furnishings, choose from a Standard or Deluxe room or one of the luxury corner rooms and suites. Guestrooms feature king beds or two queen beds, Northern Feather bed linens and pillow-top mattresses. Flat screen televisions, Yukon First Nation artwork, air conditioning, bathrobes and modern bathrooms with shower and Truly Earth products, all come as standard. Located on the top floor, Edgewater Hotel's suites have the added luxury of in-room kitchenettes.
Tominoes Restaurant serves local favourites at breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is a wide assortment of additional dining options within a block or two of the hotel. Guests at Edgewater have access to a fitness centre and it's location, adjacent to the waterfront, allows easy access to walking and biking trails. Yukon First Nations’ culture and Yukon’s mining industry is celebrated through the art and photographs showcased throughout the hotel. The Edgewater operates a free shuttle service from the airport.