Conveniently located on the Trans-Canada Highway, The Albatross Hotel is a full service hotel that boasts a 3.5 star rating. Our 89 smoke-free rooms are modern and well equipped for your comfort.
It’s central location in Gander, Newfoundland places you at the gateway to many exciting adventures. Explore the North Atlantic Aviation Museum, unwind on the Gander Golf Course, take a scenic drive to nearby whale and iceberg watching, or try water rafting. With so much to do and explore, find your way back to the Albatross to rest in the comfort we provide.
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Our main floor dining room is the perfect space to relax with a delicious plate of home style cooking, enjoy an early morning coffee or spend a night out with a loved one.
We offer in-house decorating to make your dinner or wedding extra special. Start with Black or White and accent with a variety of colours, consult with our impeccable staff as they bring style to your function while you simply focus on enjoying it.
Winter and summer, we have it covered. A snowmobile package, when the snow is on the ground and a golf package when the grass is green.
With six meeting rooms, we can accommodate groups from 8 to 250. Let us help you with your next event whether it is a conference, a meeting, a meal or a reception.
Centrally located, the Albatross Hotel is the perfect place to start your day exploring Central NL. Relax in the evening after a day trip around the Kittiwake Coast or a trip to Twillingate to see the icebergs.