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This is a strong pick if you are looking for comfort on the waterfront...
This business hotel is set in an inordinately large parking lot, but has pretty nice rooms and good views (if you can see past the parking lot)...
Bed and breakfast
Aura Borealis B & B is located in Copperville. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with a TV, a terrace and a DVD player...
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...
Offering a restaurant, Old Town Copper Center Inn & Restaurant is located in Copper Center. The accommodation will provide you with satellite channels. Private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower...
A lovely, pristine and very private B&B tucked away behind Glennallen's busy crossroads. Expect large rooms, a relaxing lounge and formidable breakfasts. It's about a mile north of Omni Park's Place.
Conveniently located right downtown in a big barren parking lot, this campground has two locations...
This 100-year-old home from Fort Liscum was moved to Old Valdez and then to its present location after the earthquake. Even though it's about a mile from downtown, it's a clean and cozy option with four rooms...
In a town with little competition, or panache, the Caribou often gets a bad rap...
With 12 sites, this is a great place to camp, as it’s seldom crowded and is extremely scenic, with good views of the towering Alaska Range. Occasionally the Delta bison herd can be seen from the campground.
This threadbare place has bowed beds and stained carpets and is more hotel than B&B, though you do get breakfast with your basic room. Some are dorm-style; one holds a party of eight.
For camping, your best bet is this very peaceful, spruce-shrouded site, 5 miles northeast of town on the Richardson Hwy.
On the edge of town, this RV site has nice views, plus showers and laundry, though the cabins are too small for the price.
A willow-riddled 17-site campground sits in a lovely area above the treeline at 2973ft.
A modular relic of the pipeline boom years with lots of clean, cramped, prefab rooms, plus continental breakfast.
These two reservable public-use cabins are located at the end of Shoup Bay Trail, near a noisy kittiwake rookery.
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.
Located in a big, airy suburban home, this B&B has five rooms, two bicycles at your disposal and a continental breakfast.
Basic Cabin near Shoup Bay
Sites don’t have much privacy but this is a clean, well-run, centrally located campground. There are also showers, laundry, strong free wi-fi and complimentary coffee in the morning.
With 50 sites around the lakeshore, this is the highway's best public campsite.
The rooms are aging, but many are large and good for larger groups. All come with refrigerators and microwaves.
Brand new and immaculate, this large home has six rooms (all with shared bath) available. The place is built out of full scribe logs, with massive beams crossing the vaulted ceilings...
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