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Van Gilder Hotel

Van Gilder Hotel

Van Gilder Hotel

Van Gilder Hotel -
Van Gilder Hotel -


308 Adams Street
Seward, AK US

Description: Van Gilder Hotel

Long a favorite of tourists and Alaskans, The Van Gilder Hotel is a National Historic Landmark built in 1916, which has been tastefully restored to reflect its early Alaska history. You will find the Van Gilder a quiet, non-smoking, impeccably clean and comfortable inn. Brass beds and period antiques allow guests to enjoy the authentic Victorian charm of an early century hotel. For your comfort we also feature modern amenities such as in-room phones, cable TV and private baths. The convenient location of The Van Gilder in downtown Seward allows you access to many area attractions: the Sealife Center, the Seward Museum of History and Art, local gift shops and restaurants, and the waterfront. Other area attractions include Kenai Fjords National Park, Exit Glacier, as well as many fishing and recreational opportunities found in Resurrection Bay. The Van Gilder Hotel is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Seward.

Room Descriptions

Family Suite

Our suites have two queen beds and a twin size murphy bed. The private bath with shower is located in the main room. Cable TV and bath. Bay or Mountain view.

Standard Room

This room offers either a queen, queen and twin murphy or two double beds. Private bath with shower, cable TV and phone. ***To better facilitate SPECIFY NUMBER OF BEDS IN ROOM***

Standard Pension

Dormitory style room with facilities in the hall with private sink in each room with one queen bed. Cable TV and phone in each room.

View Room Queen

Queen bed and twin size murphy bed. Private bath with shower, cable TV and phone. City or Mountain View. 3rd floor NO ELEVATOR

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