This property is situated on Highway 66 (part of the Trans-Canada Highway system), west of the Kirkland Lake city centre. The Kirkland Lake Mall (shopping centre) and the Museum of Northern History are both about an 8-minute walk away (or a 1-minute drive away). With direct access to over 300 groomed trails, this property may appeal to snowmobile enthusiasts in the winter.
Both smoking and non-smoking accommodations are available. All 65 rooms include free Wi-Fi, free local calls, a TV, an iron and ironing board, a coffeemaker, a hair dryer and individual climate control. Select rooms also include a sofabed and/or a microwave and a mini-fridge. Rooms are furnished with either two double beds or one queen bed. Suites also include a separate sitting area, a sofabed, a desk and ergonomic chair and a 32" flat screen TV.
This hotel has two floors and no elevator. Ground floor rooms have patio door access to the parking lot. Free parking is available on site and pets are permitted at no additional charge
A free continental breakfast is served from 6 am to 9 am on weekdays and from 7 am to 10 am on weekends.
Other on-site amenities include copy and fax service, guest laundry machines, dry cleaning, and free newspapers.
The Hockey Heritage North (interactive museum) is about a 2-minute drive away, while the Northern College of Applied Arts & Technology is 3 minutes away by car. The Joe Mavrinac Community Complex (arena and entertainment venue) is a 4-minute drive away. The Kirkland Lake Airport (YKX) is 6 minutes away by car.
Verified by a front desk agent on January 17, 2013: The free breakfast is served from 6 am to 9 am on weekdays and from 7 am to 10 am on weekends. Pets are permitted at no additional charge. This hotel has two floors and no elevator.
Many guests seemed generally pleased with their stay at this hotel, among the reviews used for this analysis. A few reviewers mentioned that there were a limited number of hotels in the Kirkland area and that they thought this property was the best.
Many reviewers described their rooms as clean. The staff were frequently complimented by guests and the front desk agents were described as friendly and accommodating.
A few guests enjoyed the food and selection at the free breakfast. A couple of reviewers mentioned that the free Wi-Fi service worked well, while a couple of other guests found the location convenient for accessing the highway and the local business area.
Among the reviews sourced for this analysis, many guests thought that the room rates were expensive given the quality of the accommodations and on-site amenities. One guest said that she expected more for the price she paid, while another reviewer said that the room rates at this property were the highest he had ever paid at a Comfort Inn property.
A few guests described the in-room decor and furniture as dated and weathered. A couple of reviewers specifically mentioned that their TVs were older CRT models.
ranked this hotel #1 out of 2 properties in Kirkland Lake, with an average score of 3.5 out of 5 from 18 reviews.
Hotels.com gave this property an average score of 3.7 out of 5 based on 7 guest reviews.
The author called the hotel on January 17, 2013 to verify some information.