Hotel Best Western Landing Ketchikan
Enjoy genuine Alaskan hospitality at the Best Western Landing Hotel in Ketchikan, Alaska.Whether arriving by air or water, the Best Western Landing is ideally located across the street from the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry terminal and across the beautiful Tongass Narrows from Ketchikan International Airport. There are plenty of outdoor recreational activities near The Best Western Landing Hotel in Ketchikan. Travelers can take in the view of the Tongass Narrows and local wildlife or spend the day sport fishing or hunting, whilst for guests who wish to explore the area, the hotel also offers a courtesy van for local transportation in Ketchikan. Ketchikan locals and hotel guests often dine at the popular Landing Restaurant and the well-appointed rooms all offer a microwave, refrigerator, coffee pots and an iron and ironing board. Best Western Landing rooms are exceedingly large and comfortable, ranging from standard queens and double queens with sitting areas, to mini suites and two room suites.
Hotel Cape Fox Lodge Ketchikan
One of the finest hotels in Southeast Alaska is the Cape Fox Lodge. Located in Ketchikan, within the heart of the Tongass National Forest, Cape Fox is set amidst this countries last frontier. Situated on a hill overlooking the city, the hotels interior style is reminiscent of a ski lodge, with a river rock fireplace, pine-beamed ceilings and overstuffed furniture. Cape Fox Lodge captures and reflects the areas Native Alaskan heritage with exquisite Southeastern Alaska cultural motifs from the totem poles at the hotel entrance to the stunning carved screen and many artifacts throughout the lobby and second floor landing. The Cape Fox Lodge is located within the heart of the Tongass National Forestm. With a scenic tram ride linking the lodge and downtwon, 130 feet below. 3 blocks from the court house, 1 block from the federal building, and neighbors with the Ted Ferry Civic Center., Tongass Business Center, Federl Building, State Court House, Tongass Trading Company, Totem Heritage Center, southeast Alaska Discovery Center, Great alaskan Lumberjack Show, Ted Ferry Civic Center, Colliseum Twin Theater, Ketchikan Entertainment Center
Hotel Narrows Inn Ketchikan
Only year round waterfront hotel, located 1 mile north of airport ferry terminal. 47 well appointed rooms-garden, ocean view with private porches, and 3 themed suites with views. * Airport KETCHIKAN INTERNATIONAL APT - 1miles * KETC City - 4miles, WARD LAKE NATURE WALK, DOWNTOWN SHOPPING, CREEK STREET, SAXMAN TOTEM PARK, CRUISE SHIP DOCKS, DEER MOUNTAIN TRAILHEAD, PERSEVERANCE LAKE TRAILHEAD, KNUDSON COVE MARINA, TOTEM BIGHT PARK, SOUTHEAST DISCOVERY CENTER
Hotel The New York Ketchikan
Inn/chalet Limited Serviceyear Built 1924 Year Remodeled 1991Additional Property Description Beautiful Rooms, Suites And Vacation Rentals Located On The Historic Creek Street Boardwalk. Loft Suites Feature Balcony Overlooking Ketchikan Creek With Frequent Wildlife Sittings By Guests.
Hotel Super 8 Ketchikan Ketchikan
Property is conveniently located with in walking distance of downtown Ketchikan. Property features Super Start Breakfast, Hi Speed Wireless Internet, Free HBO, Free Shuttle from Ferry, Shuttle to downtown, Guest Laundry, Freezer for storing fish, Coffee in lobby 24 hours, large family view rooms and numerous restaurants nearby for your enjoyment. , Fishing nearby, Fishing nearby
Hotel The Gilmore Ketchikan
Location. The Gilmore Hotel is located directly across from the cruise ship docks in downtown Ketchikan, Ala. Built in 1927, this boutique property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and overlooks the Tongass Narrows. Hotel Features. Amenities at the Gilmore Hotel include complimentary continental breakfasts and complimentary van transportation. The hotel also showcases an on site restaurant, Annabelle's Famous Keg and Chowder House, where dark wood interiors and mirrored walls create an inviting atmosphere for traditional home style cooking. Guestrooms. The Gilmore Hotel's standard guestrooms feature contemporary mahogany furniture and flat screen televisions in a space with vintage window treatments and classic interior detail. Completely renovated in 2002, this boutique hotel features luxury rooms with feather beds, down comforters and 440 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets. Expert Tip. A stroll down historic Creek Street gives visitors a look into Ketchikan's risquÚ past, when Dolly's House, the city's infamous brothel, was in operation during the days when Creek Street was a red light district.