The Hotel has 44 guest rooms and suites located across 5 separate buildings (the Main Building, the Caley Building, the Annex, and 2 cabins).
The Hotel's Main Building is located on the corner of Third Avenue and Queen Street, right in the heart of historic Dawson City. The Hotel properties span nearly a full block of Dawson's downtown core, totaling over 450 ft. of frontage over 9 lots.
8 buildings are included in the Hotel's portfolio along with 2 lots for customer parking or future business development.
As part of the Dawson Historical Complex, the Caley Building is recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada.
Hotel rooms and suites are equipped with:
Private 3-piece bathrooms;
High-speed internet access.
Additionally, the cabins are equipped with kitchenettes, and rooms and suites in the Caley Building and Annex are equipped with mini fridges.
Rooms and suites range in size from 230 - 650 sq. ft. and configurations vary.
The Hotel lobby and reception desk are located in the Main Building. After undergoing major systems upgrades in 2012/2013, the desk combines the technology of a new hotel with Gold Rush era ambiance.
The variety store / liquor store is located in the Hotel lobby and can be stocked for guest convenience (late night snacks, forgotten toiletries, etc.). The store is equipped with 3 large coolers, substantial display shelving, and functional floor space. Historically, liquor offsales have proven highly profitable with minimal overhead.
Food and Beverage
The Main Building is the home of 2 well-known entertainment destinations, both of which are popular gathering spots for locals and visitors alike.
The 96-seat Lounge is known as a go-to place for pub fare, happy hour specials, major sporting events, and karaoke parties. Â
The 157-seat Pub is Dawson City's largest drinking establishment. Known as a hot spot for live entertainment, the Pub is outfitted with a locally unrivalled sound system, DJ booth, stage, and dance floor.
The licensable 55-seat restaurant is also located in the Main Building, and is connected to the Lounge.
The spacious kitchen offers stainless steel equipment, a large walk-in fridge, a large walk-in freezer, and ample storage.
Both the kitchen and the dining area are designed for fast and efficient food service.
Historically, the restaurant has been leased and operated as a separate business. The 157 pub is also fully functional as a separate entity and has no direct access to the hotel, giving the investor(s) the opportunity to create multiple businesses within the business.