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We stayed here after a cruise and booked our room through AAA. We usually wipe the tv remote, door handles and bedside table and light switches with Wet wipes and are always pleased when nothing else shows up on them. Yay, clean wipes! The room...More
This hotel was a nice place to stay. They picked our luggage up directly from the train so we didn't have to worry with it. They also provided a shuttle from the boat docks to the hotel. The front desk guys were super helpful and...More
The hotel was fine, the view from the balcony was absolutely stunning. Breakfast was great although a bit limited.
Also it was the most expensive stay we had on the whole holiday, good job we only stayed one night..
One block from the downtown shopping street and the marine mammal center, and spectacular views of the ocean and mountains just outside. Comfortable beds, a small but fine shower/toilet area. Overall very comfortable and friendly, helpful desk staff. Plus a full breakfast each morning. Would...More
Good location, central to everything in Seward.
They don’t realy have a parking lot which makes parking a little annoying at time as you just park on the road or anywhere nearby you can find.
Beds were a little hard but still comfortable.
The hotel is an easy walk to the Sealife Center that is well worth a visit. It's also only a few blocks from the Seward History Museum that chronicles the 1964 earthquake and tsunami. Also worth a visit. The hotel does offer... More
The hotel is an easy walk to the Sealife Center that is well worth a visit. It's also only a few blocks from the Seward History Museum that chronicles the 1964 earthquake and tsunami. Also worth a visit. The hotel does offer a free shuttle to the other end of town. We spent three days there and did not have a car. We got along just fine. If you are coming/going on a ship or the train, contact the hotel ahead of time to let them know and they will arrange a free pickup for you. Nice little restaurant right across the street for dinner. Small menu, but everything was delicious!