13 Fort Seward Drive
Haines only full service hotel featuring 60 rooms. Located in historic Fort Seward, these Victorian structures were originally the Commanding Officers Quarters and are now a National Historic Landmark. Most rooms offer private baths, some with the original Belgian tile fireplaces. For our guests* safety, the hotel offers a modern fire sprinkler system.
Amenities· 120 AC
· Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
· Gift Shop
· Heated Guest Rooms
· Ice Machine
· Guest Laundromat
· Maid Service
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Phone Service
· Recreational Vehicle Parking
· Queen Bed
· Smoke Detectors
· Sprinklers In Rooms
· Tour Desk
· Television with Cable
· TV Remote Control
Room InformationDouble Bed
One or Two Double Beds Some with Fireplace Many rooms with more than one bed, please specify number of beds when making reservation.
Most with shared bath TV, Phone. Either one double or one single bed. Some with shared bath, some with private bath.
Room with Queen Size Bed Some with Fireplace and Claw Foot Bathtubs Many bed type configurations with at least one Queen size bed.
All rates indicated are for search purposes only; check availability to verify rate.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
From Alaska Highway, follow signs to Fort Seward. From ferry terminal turn left out of ferry parking lot, follow to town. After three stop signs, turn right on Fort Seward Drive, up on right side of street
Guarantee to valid form of payment is required at booking.
Cancel 2 days prior to arrival date to avoid penalty of 1 Nights Room Charge.
Restaurant InformationRestaurant / Dining Information
Full Service Restaurant serving Breakfast and Dinner. Reservations recommended.
Meeting FacilityMeeting / Conference Information
Recreation InformationRecreation Information
World Class Sportfishing, Local Tours, Salmon Bake (check for dates/times), flightseeing, Glacier Bay National Park
Area AttractionsArea Attractions
Historic Fort Seward, Glacier Bay National Park, largest contiguous icefield in North America, Bears, Moose, Halibut and Salmon fishing, whales