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An onsite Port of Churchill Terminal hotel is an easy choice if you have a layover at Port of Churchill Terminal or do not wish to take ground transportation to a nearby hotel. Many travellers also use the convenience of an on-site hotel to get a good sleep prior to their next flight without having to worry about transfers back to the Port of Churchill Terminal.


IHateTaxis.com has not heard of any on-site Port of Churchill Terminal Hotel options, however we do list some relatively close hotels below that offer shuttle services for their guests below.



 Port of Churchill Terminal Hotels with Shuttle Service


We list Port of Churchill Terminal hotels with a shuttle service for their guests by distance from the Port of Churchill Terminal. Click on any hotel for additional details and pricing.
Tundra Inn with ShuttleTundra Inn

In Churchill (1.3 km/0.8 mi away)
Priced from USD 123




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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017