Traveler's Guide to Juneau, Alaska

Situated in Southeast Alaska between the vast expanse of the Juneau Icefield and the Gastineau channel, Juneau is the isolated capitol city of Alaska.  The city itself boasts two cruise ship ports of call, an international airport, as well as being a serviced stop along the Alaska Marine Highway state ferry system.  This type of accessibility makes Juneau highly convenient, since the city is only reachable by sea or air.


Juneau’s “old town” feel is the perfect place for the independent traveler to enjoy a rest.  The range of available options for overnight stay is eclectic, ranging from nostalgic and historical to elegant or convenient.  Whatever your tastes, Juneau can provide.

The Alaskan Hotel-
Established in 1913, the Alaskan Hotel is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
The Bergman Hotel-
Another historical option for the frugal traveler.  Located just outside downtown.
The Goldbelt Hotel-
Situated on the Waterfront drive of Egan St. facing the Gastineau Channel.
The Westmark Baranof Hotel-
The Baranof is an exquisite accommodation in the heart of downtown.
Spruce Meadows RV Park
For the Ferry traveler, Spruce Meadows offers convenience with location situated just under 4 miles from the terminal.


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