Lonely Planet review
Right next door to Cindy's Place are four more classic log cabins, situated among the trees and on top of rock outcroppings as if Frank Lloyd Wright was here for the summer. Each cabin has a bath, a king-size bed, a kitchenette and a small porch overlooking the forest. In the morning a basket of baked goods magically appears at your door.
Our independent authors have visited Skagway Bungalows and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Skagway.
Interesting places nearby
One of the best museums in the Southeast, and its gold-rush relics are some of the most interesting exhibits in a town filled with...
Moore's Cabin is the town's oldest building
A museum devoted to Skagway's heyday as the 'roughest place in the world.'
Red Onion Saloon
This former brothel is now Skagway's liveliest bar. Naturally.
Glacial Smoothies & Espresso
Skagway's favorite for breakfast bagels, healthy sandwiches and smoothies named Gold Rush (peaches, pineapple, banana) and Cabin Fever...