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Budget hotels & hostels
Murphy's Alaskan Inn
Better harbor views are found at this clean and professional place.
Breeze Inn Motel
Has great basic rooms, and for a little extra cost, even nicer Jacuzzi-equipped ones in the newer annex.
The ‘historic’ side has been remodeled and has affordable shared-bath rooms; the new wing makes for an excellent splurge with grand views of Resurrection Bay...
Has small, pleasant rooms but no real view of the harbor.
Breeze Inn Motel
Located in downtown Seward, this motel is a 4-minute walk from Seward Boat Harbor on Resurrection Bay. It features a free shuttle to area attractions and an on-site restaurant...
Holiday Inn Express Seward Harbor
Located at the base of Mount Marathon, this waterfront hotel is 1.3 miles from the Alaska SeaLife Center and features an indoor pool, on-site gym, and free in-room Wi-Fi...
A Swan Nest Inn
Built in 1918, this bed and breakfast is located in historic Seward, on the Resurrection Bay. A continental breakfast with freshly baked items is served every morning...
Renfro's Lakeside Retreat
Overlooking Kenai Lake, this Seward, Alaska retreat features accommodations with fully equipped kitchens...
Inn At Tern Lake
Located on 9 acres with panoramic views, this Tern Lake hotel features a hot tub and sauna. It offers guest rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi. Alaska River Adventures is 12 miles away...
Property Location Located in Seward, Sauerdough Lodging is by the ocean and minutes from Alaska SeaLife Center and Seward Museum. This apartment is within the region of Bear Glacier...
Seward Windsong Lodge
This Alaska Native-corporation-owned place is immaculate, modern and snazzy, but devoid of good views and soul. There's free shuttle transportation to downtown.
Snow River Hostel
Nestled beside the forest and a burbling creek, this cordwood place is some distance from town, but worth the trip for the idyllic atmosphere and easy access to challenging Lost Lake Trail. The kitchen comes stocked with pancake mix.
Ballaine House B&B
One of the original Seward homes, the Ballaine House caters to outdoor-oriented folks, does cook-to-order breakfasts and offers a wealth of advice on what to do around town. It’s an excellent bargain.
Van Gilder Hotel
Gossips say poltergeists plague the 1st floor of this landmark, which dates from 1916. If you dare to spend the night, however, you’ll find elegant suites with antique furnishings, plus some affordable European pensions without baths.