Old Hotel, parking lot is very small and you may end up having to park a ways from the front door. The closest parking at 12PM when I checked in with an elder was in the back end of the parking lot in the alley. I did not feel safe. The room we had (314) had two beds in it and was very small, the door literally hits the bed as you open it. The bathroom door frame had water damage and could use a touch up of paint. We stayed here because my "go to" hotel in Whitehorse, the Coast High Country Inn, was fully booked. I had to ask for the parking permit at the front desk so that my car did not get towed. That should be a given, I should not need to ask for it or at least be offered the parking permit. The room was way too expensive for what we got. I was not impressed by either the staff or the facility.
On the positive end of things though I need to state that the hotel is clean and was quiet. The bed I slept on was comfortable and my elder friend slept well too.
Lastly, in the morning I took a shower and the water went from the set temperature to cold. It did this several times, I did not address it with the front desk because I just wanted to get out of there and come home. Besides, the front desk have no control over the water tanks.
For those of us who smoke, this is not a welcoming place. They do have a bench a ways from the front door (rightly so) but have no ashtray.
My suggestion would be to have parking assigned for guests that are either older individuals, young families, or women traveling alone. Parking in a dark alley is not anything that contributed to my feeling safe at 12PM. Their parking lot needs better lighting. less