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Welcome to The Sternwheeler Hotel & Conference Centre
Let the largest hotel in the Yukon be your home base when visiting Whitehorse, Canada. Boasting 181 rooms and suites, fully modernized event space and a vibrant onsite restaurant and lounge, the Sternwheeler Hotel & Conference Centre is the perfect business and social hub. Stay at our full-service hotel to find the best of Whitehorse at your doorstep, with an array of attractions, museums, shops, restaurants and nightlife spots all within a few blocks. Guests arriving at the hotel are welcomed into a modern yet welcoming lobby teeming with Old Yukon character and charm. Whether you're visiting Whitehorse for business or to take in the sights, our hotel offers the comforts of home and the attentive, personalized service of friendly staff members ready to meet any request.
Our well-equipped fitness centre keeps guilt trips at bay with the latest weight and cardio training equipment. Complimentary perks include guest computer access, airport shuttle service for commercial flight travellers and parking on a limited basis.
For business gatherings and social occasions, the Sternwheeler is one of the premier event hotels in Whitehorse – boasting over 7,000 square feet of beautifully designed venues. You'll also enjoy full-service, fully customised event planning and catering to meet any budget.
Choose from 181 rooms and suites appointed with contemporary comforts and amenities – including high-speed Internet access (fee applies), flat-screen TVs with cable channels, mini-fridges and microwaves and room service. Pet-friendly rooms are available for an additional fee of $20 + GST per night.
This standard room features two queen beds. In-room amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, iron & ironing board, coffee maker, and hairdryer. Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee, and pet-friendly rooms are offered for an additional rate of $20 + GST per night.
This standard room features one kind bed. In-room amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, iron & ironing board, coffee maker, and hairdryer. Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee, and pet-friendly rooms are offered for an additional rate of $20 + GST per night.
This large suite features two queen beds and a pull-out sofa bed. In-room amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, iron & ironing board, coffee maker, and hairdryer, a jetted-tub and a sitting area. Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee, and pet-friendly rooms are offered for an additional rate of $20 + GST per night.
Drink & Dine
Start each morning with a hot, hearty breakfast in the Steele Street Restaurant. In the evening, enjoy the restaurant's locally-inspired menu highlighted by authentic Yukon salmon and Alaska halibut. Relax and unwind with heart-warming comfort food and an ice-cold local brew from the Yukon Brewing Company.
The Sternwheeler is the perfect hotel for experiencing all that Whitehorse and the Yukon have to offer. Our central downtown location is just moments from shops, nightlife and cultural and historic attractions, not to mention the spectacular natural beauty and recreational activities of “The Wilderness City.”
Flowing from the Coastal Range mountains of northern British Columbia, the Yukon River is the longest river in Alaska and the third-longest river in North America. Just a few blocks from the hotel you can stroll the riverbanks, fish for salmon, book a canoe or kayak tour or just sit and admire its awesome power and stunning beauty.
The Beringia Interpretive Centre 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.
Take a hike and enjoy the unique scenery at Miles Canyon.