Welcome to Downtown Hotel, Dawson City

With a lineage dating back to the Gold Rush, the Downtown Hotel is located in the heart of Dawson City, combining turn-of-the century atmosphere with modern comfort. Be sure to try the world famous “Sourtoe Cocktail” in the Sourdough Saloon!

The Downtown Hotel is a Canada’s Best Value Inn and is only a block away from the Palace Grand Theatre, Diamond Tooth Gerties, the Yukon River and other historic sites.

Features

  • Jack London Grill
  • Sourdough Saloon – Home of the “Sourtoe Cocktail”
  • 59 Modern Newly Renovated Rooms
  • Free High Speed Wireless Internet
  • Complimentary Airport Shuttle
  • Pet Friendly
  • Great Downtown Location
  • Close to Yukon River, Diamond Tooth Gerties
  • & Palace Grand Theatre

The restaurant and bar will be closed at 6pm tonight for our staff holiday party. Sorry for the inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less

Amazing coverage of Dawson City Yukon and the Sourtoe Cocktail on the Travel Guys TV!
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The Downtown Hotel was honoured to win the “Guest Services Representative of the Year” at the 2017 Red Lion Hotels Conference. Thanks Abbey Hylton for the amazing work you do! Canadas Best Value Inn ... See MoreSee Less

I had a wonderful evening watching the kids come into the hotel for the Celebration of Lights Scavenger Hunt. They were all cheerful and super polite!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Tis the season! Have your Christmas Party at the Downtown! ... See MoreSee Less

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We have some extra posters at the KVA office (Corner of Front and King) if anyone is looking.

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We are having our fundraising Tea for the 3rd year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tombstone Territorial Park is 2,200 sq km (850 sq. miles) of jaw-dropping wilderness. The Yukon is about a two hour flight from Vancouver and from downtown Dawson the park is about a 90-minute drive. With few established trails it's highly recommended for any hikers to prepare for rough terrain and sudden weather changes. In addition to the land and wildlife, the park is a rich haven for First Nations history and culture that traces back thousands of years. Everything from hunting blinds to stone tools and, yes, cemeteries, have been found at the over 70 protected First Nations ecological and archaeological sites within the park. 📷: Ever Changing Horizon 📍: Travel Yukon