The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly planning on spending a romantic night without Prince George and Princess Charlotte during their royal tour of Canada and are expected to check into an affordable hotel for the night.
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According to the Daily Mail, the royal couple will spend one night at the Coast High Country Inn in Yukon while their children enjoy more luxurious surroundings.
The hotel is located in the downtown of Whitehorse and has 85 comfortable rooms. It features a restaurant, bar, fitness centre and free parking.
If Kate and William fancy a touch of luxury, there are Jacuzzis available and even fully-equipped kitchens if they prefer to cook dinner during their stay.
The couple can enjoy free WiFi throughout their stay in the traditional hotel which boasts antique furnishings, a grand piano and elegant lobby.
Stays at the hotel start from just $128 (£75) per night.
On its website, Coast Hotels says: "Our quiet downtown location is right next to Jim Light Park and within walking distance to the restaurants, bars, and boutiques of Main Street."
During their tour, William and Kate will introduce Prince George, three, and 16-month-old Princess Charlotte to the Commonwealth country over an eight-day visit.
Highlights of the trip to Canada's east coast will see William and Kate experience the stunning natural world of the province of British Columbia and the territory of Yukon, where they will go fishing, mountain biking, sightseeing and meet First Nations communities.
As a contrast they will also learn how the country is dealing with social problems like mental health issues, the refugee fallout from the Syrian conflict and drug and alcohol addiction among mothers, during visits to organisations and projects.
The tour of Canada will be Charlotte's first official royal visit, but George travelled to Australia and New Zealand with his parents in 2014 when he was nine months old.