Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge

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1304 4th Ave SewardSee nearby area


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    Situated on a private island 45 minutes’ boat ride from the port of Seward, this Alaska accommodation offers on-site dining and hiking. The lodge consists of eight waterfront guest cottages, all of which offer water views.

    Without a TV or phone, all rooms at the Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge offer guests a retreat where they can take full advantage of the surrounding wilderness and relax. The bright rooms are comfortably furnished featuring a dining and seating area.

    Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge’s offers a grand dining hall complete with a pot-bellied stove for an included meal of varying gourmet cuisine and fresh Alaskan seafood.

    On the day of departure, guests can cruise on a premier glacier and wildlife tour before returning to Seward by ferry.

    Important information

    You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.

    Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is is only accessible via a 45-minute day cruise from the port of Seward. The cruise is provided by Kenai Fjords Tours, departing daily at 12:00 noon, and is included in room rate. Guests must be checked for the cruise by 11am.

    Please note, the entirety of your room rate will be collected at the time of booking. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.

    Services & facilities

    • Family
      • Family rooms
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
      • Non-smoking throughout
    • Outdoor space
      • Terrace
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