Unique Places to Stay in Alaska
Alaskan residents have an incredible relationship with the land around them. Many who stay in Alaska live off-grid, without traditional amenities like power or water. While you may not want to rough it completely, there are many unique lodging options available to give you a taste of that authentic Alaskan experience.
Mountains and Valleys
On the Coast
Orca Island Cabins – Seward
Located in Resurrection bay near Seward, Alaska, this private island gives guests the chance to stay in a yurt overlooking the ocean. Guests have access to kayaks, paddle boards, and fishing equipment. This location is prime for whale sighting during the summer months.
Angels Rest – Seward
This family run inn on Lowell Point near Seward provides guests with a unique and environmentally conscious lodging option. With several cabins and ocean view rooms built by one of the owners, guests will feel at home all while experiencing a connection to the Alaskan landscape. This is a great way to centralize a Resurrection Bay experience.
Overnight Luxury Glacier Camping – Glacier View
Often times when you step onto a glacier it is quite difficult to want to leave. That’s why Alpenglow Luxury Camping and MICA Guides have partnered to provide all the adventures and luxury for an exclusive overnight experience on the Matanuska Glacier. Fly in and out by helicopter, a perfect viewing opportunity for the expansive valley.
This accommodation provides adventure, gourmet meals, plush accommodations in a private canvas tent, and high quality service. Simultaneously, this unique stay in Alaska provides a fully immersive and private experience on one of Alaska’s glaciers. Check out other options provided to customize your stay on the ice here.
Borealis Basecamp – Fairbanks
Centered around the opportunity to view the aurora borealis, Borealis Basecamp gives guests the chance to spend the night in a fiberglass igloo. Additionally, huge windows cover the roof allowing uninterrupted viewing from inside. Revel in the Northern Lights in comfort.
Chena Hot Springs Resort – Fairbanks
Guests will enjoy this resort’s rustic cabins and grounds. However the real highlights are access to the hot springs and an ice museum. Soak as much as you want and be able to rest your head nearby.
Whether you are spending the night in a cabin, a glamping tent, or a historic building, your lodging choice will help you connect deeper to the incredible environment around you, and can aid in making the most of your stay in Alaska!