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This Alaska B&B offers completely non-smoking guest rooms with free Wi-Fi. It features a shared kitchen and dining area and serves a daily continental breakfast. Valdez Airport is 8.4 km away...
3 star hotel
Offering an on-site restaurant and a business centre, Best Western Valdez Harbor Inn is located in Valdez, Alaska. Panoramic harbour views, free WiFi access and meeting facilities are featured at this hotel...
A short walk from the Valdez Convention and Civic Center, this modern Alaska hotel offers free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms. A 24-hour reception welcomes guests...
This multipurpose venue has cinder-block walls, and overlooks a junkyard on one side and the rail yard on the other, but it’ll do in a pinch. There’s an attached restaurant, bar, laundry and grocery store.
Conveniently located right downtown, this campground has two locations: one is for RVs, and the other (on Wyatt Way within walking distance to the ferry) has a wooded glade just for tents – and adults.
This 100-year-old home originated in Fort Liscum, was moved to Old Valdez, and then to its present location after the earthquake...
Several raised tent platforms set back in the woods near Hippie Cove, a half-mile north of the ferry terminal, are a good option for those leaving on an early-morning ferry. Pay at the Bidarki Recreation Center...
This spot has a higgledy-piggledy assortment of structures, including rooms in a large barge docked – sort of – on Odiak Slough. All come with breakfast and have use of a communal living room and kitchen.
There’s only one official campground in Whittier: the horrid Creekside Campground, which is basically a mud-soaked, clear-cut gravel quarry.
This place is more hotel than B&B, though you do get breakfast with your clean, basic room. Some are dorm-style; one holds a party of eight.
Has showers ($8) and laundry, but the tent sites are a bit open and bland.
Rooms are bland but the view isn’t – make sure you spend the $20 extra for a water view. Besides double rooms, you can also rent a two-story townhouse suite. Rates are considerably less from mid-April to mid-May...
This business offers an insight into the local lifestyle, putting you up in comfortable, homey suites atop Begich Towers. Occasionally owner June rents out an economy suite on the ground floor.
A modular relic of the pipeline boom years with lots of clean, cramped, prefab rooms, plus continental breakfast.
This ambling, sunny place has six rooms, all spacious and each with its own deck overlooking the pretty Robe Lake. If you've got your own wheels, this is a good option.
This inn has brilliant views of the small-boat harbor from its small, plush rooms, all with private baths.
Located in a big, airy suburban home, this B&B has five rooms, two bicycles at your disposal and a continental breakfast.
In a 100-year-old house painted Kennecott red, rooms range from basic to suites with kitchenettes. Some have peek-a‑boo views of the bay, and all are furnished with antiques and period pieces.
A half-mile from town, this is basically a gravel parking lot with a rest room and a view. Make reservations at the Bidarki Recreation Center.
Housed in the historic Orca Cannery 2 miles north of downtown, this waterfront lodge caters to adventurers with daily adventure-tour packages, and can include meals at the cafe.
The rooms are aging, but many are large and good for larger groups. All come with refrigerators and microwaves.
There are eight rooms with kitchenettes, and eight more with full kitchens at this utilitarian motel. Some of the units were remodeled recently, but be sure to ask for a non-smoking one.
As close to luxurious as Cordova gets, this place overhangs Orca Inlet and has a restaurant and lounge. Some of the tidy rooms have been remodeled; all are shipshape.
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