comforts of home in the high arctic
The South Camp Inn and Narwhal Inn are located in one of the most northerly settled communities in the world. Situated on Cornwallis Island, near the southern tip of Ellesmere Island, Resolute Bay, Nunavut is the starting point for any journey to the North Pole and a necessary stop for all travel to the Eureka research base and the Canadian Forces Station Alert.
Resolute Bay, named after the ship HMS Resolute that participated in the search for English explorer Sir John Franklin, is the second most Northern community in Canada. The Inuit name for the town is Qausuittuq, meaning “the place with no dawn.” Other names for the community have included Qarnartakuj, meaning “the place of the ruins.”
Hotel rooms & amenities
Both the South Camp and Narwhal Inns feature spacious comfortable rooms, that are all non-smoking. Each room is equipped with satellite TV.
As our guest you will enjoy:
- Free internet
- Fitness room
- Common areas
- Complimentary shuttle service to the airport
- Site tours upon request
Each lodge has a dining room and full meal service for all guests. Our chefs prepare a variety of delicious dishes daily. The staff is happy to accommodate special dietary needs as well.
Book for your next expedition
When you're planning your next adventure to the Arctic, be sure to contact us for your stay in Resolute Bay. We have a variety of accommodations from private rooms to shared, to suit your party.
We look forward to seeing you.