Best hotels and hostels in Iqaluit

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    Nunattaq Suites

    This spotless, large, well-equipped grey-blue house overlooks a lake, a 15-minute walk from town. The suite with the claw-foot tub has the best lake views; all four rooms come with excellent modern bathrooms. Guests also have the run of the kitchen, laundry facilities and a lounge-balcony area with BBQ. The friendly host stops by daily and makes you very welcome.

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    Accommodations by the Sea

    A half-hour walk from downtown, this end-of-the-road spot has a lovely bay outlook. It's a comfortable, modern place decked out in ski-chalet style. Guests have use of a kitchen, with breakfast supplies, and a great lounge with DVDs and views. The two cheapest rooms share a bathroom. Airport pickup available.

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    Apex B&B

    A clutch of smart rooms, sparsely decorated in a contemporary fashion, plus a guest kitchen and a verandah for tundra-watching make this a great offbeat choice. It's in Apex, a 5km walk or taxi ride from central Iqaluit; free airport pickup offered. Two-night minimum.

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    Discovery

    Located between the airport and downtown, this stylish single-story boutique place is all creams, browns and slate inside, with a cozy guest lounge and artistic touches. Big flat-screen TVs, well-equipped bathrooms, and a great restaurant make this an appealing stay.

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    Frobisher Inn

    On the hill, the 'Frobe' is a comfortable complex, decorated with Inuit prints and lithographs, with ample facilities including a convenience store, eateries, gym and the town's only cinema. Modern rooms are warm and cheerfully colored, with flat-screen TVs, coffee makers and small bathrooms. It's worth paying the extra $5 for bayside views.

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    Capital Suites

    Decorated with Inuit art, these commodious rooms, most of which are suites with kitchenette, belie the slightly plastic feel of the lobby at this super-central hotel. Two- and three-bedroom suites are great for families or groups, but housekeeping could be better.

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    Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park Campground

    There are no facilities at this scenic, free campground except pit toilets. Take the road to the right after entering, rather than continuing up to the hut on the hill. It's a 30-minute walk from town.