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167 South Franklin Street, Juneau, AK 99801, United States of America – Show map
|Deluxe Queen Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Executive Queen Room|
|Executive Twin Room|
|Executive Twin with Kitchenette|
|Executive Queen Room with Kitchenette|
|Standard Twin Room with Shared Bathroom|
|Standard Queen Room with Kitchenette|
|Standard Twin Room with Kitchenette|
|Standard Queen Room with Shared Bathroom|
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), ATM on site, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult stays free of charge in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Located next to Alaska State Museum, this motel has a free 24-hour airport or ferry dock shuttle. It features an on-site business center and guest rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 166 reviews Good
This historic Gold Era mansion restored with contemporary furnishings is across the street from the Alaska State Capital building. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen cable TV.
Score from 9 reviews Exceptional
This hotel in Juneau, Alaska offers classically furnished rooms with free wired internet and a cable TV. It offers a free shuttle to Juneau International Airport, just one-half mile away.
Score from 28 reviews Good
In downtown Juneau, Alaska, this hotel provides waterfront views, free Wi-Fi in all rooms and is less than a 5-minute walk to Centennial Hall Convention Center.
Score from 50 reviews Good
The location is great and the ambience in the hotel is both rustic and charming.
The barkeep did nothing to help a friend and I out when a older drunk man made aggressive and loud passes at us. After our asking the bartender to kick him out or shut the man up, the barkeep said he couldn't do anything. We moved to another seat in the bar away from the man, but his calls did not cease. The barkeep did nothing besides offering another drink to the both of us on the house. The man bothered us for no less than half an hour. It was disappointing, to say the least.
The location was excellent. The beds are very comfortable and the towels are the fluffiiest I've ever encountered.
We stayed here a couple of nights as a layover on a backpacking trip. Asked for one of the upgraded rooms and found it was charming and exactly what you should expect from a 100 year old hotel that houses the local bar. Bar downstairs is a really good time and had great live music. Laundry onsite for cheaper than local laundromat. Really friendly people and town.
Rooms that weren't upgraded were pretty outdated and grimey feeling. Hoping they continue with the upgrades. Made a world of difference (We stayed one night in an older room; two nights in upgraded room) If you are truly afraid of ghosts maybe read up on the history ;) We had no encounters though.
The Alaskan Hotel and Bar is within walking distance to most places in historical downtown Juneau. Each room has its own unique personality with a mini-kitchen (limited dishes, pots etc.); some with own bathrooms. Listed on the historical register (built in 1913) the hotel and bar are full of character. There is a limited continental breakfast included in the room price. (Great coffee place right across the street.) For the charm, location, and price, I would recommend the Alaskan Hotel and Bar.
I liked the location and the character of the hotel. You really get a feel for an older Juneau at the Alaskan. I would sat again.
My husband & I met in Juneau 25 years ago. We spent a night at the Alaskan Bar & Hotel back then, & on our 2nd honeymoon, we spent a week in Juneau. One of the nights at this hotel. Some things had not changed which we loved. The rooms had been remodeled which was also good. We would definitely recommend the hotel to family & friends.
The hotel lady was kind and tried to accomodate us
Some of our party had to sleep on a roll a way bed.
Location was perfect. Quaint rooms as they kept to historic accuracy.
Room over street very noisy. Partiers loud in several bars along street and homeless sleeping in doorways arguing with each other. Also street cleaner goes by several times early in morning. No elevator.
Linens were clean, can't say anything negative about the staff, wifi available
bathrooms were not clean and in bad condition, after the first night in this place I cancelled the second, because I could not imagine to spend there another night
location, economical price, interesting character to hotel
loud, doorknobs old and almost broken, lock suspect, not as clean as I would like.
The Alaskan is located in the middle of downtown Juneau, in the old part of town, so you can walk just about anywhere yet be out of the "cruise ship" crowd just down the street. This is a very old building, and most of the furnishings are similar in age, and I enjoyed that authenticity. My mattress was actually very comfortable, with a clean white comforter cover and sheets. There were nice toiletries provided and clean white towels. For the solo traveler trying to save money for doing other things, this is a good place to get some sleep and a nice warm shower, and there's great coffee just across the street at 7 am. But, it is not a place you'd go to to relax and enjoy peace and quiet, or lovely views.
I wouldn't bring a family here. The hotel seems to cater to single or young people who tend to be up late. There is a very active bar downstairs that plays live music long into the night, even on weekdays. You don't hear it so much on the third floor, but on the second floor it's quite noisy. GET A ROOM WITH A PRIVATE BATH. Pay the extra $20 for your own shower and toilet, as the ones "down the hall"... I'll just say they are heavily used and often not very clean, particularly by evening, although they are cleaned each morning. Many of the windows look out at a vacant lot full of trash, or brick walls. Mine looked out at three porta-potties sitting on the back deck, just a few feet away.
The history behind this place(and the price) is what got me to stay and the staff at the Bar is TOP NOTCH(and lets face it, Rachelle one of the bar tenders is cute and friendly) it's clean comfortable and the other guests were great. I had a twin with a shared bathroom.
Only problem was when a guest got a little sick in the shared bath one night. It Happens, bathroom was clean by morning
Great location right in the heart of Down Town Juneau and Historical Site.
No Shuttle from the airport. Very noisy--can hear everything including every time someone flushed the toilet, in another room. We saw a mouse in our room and when we told one of the staff members they did not say much. Some how our room got tripled book, not by anything we did. Paul was very irritated and although it worked out and we did not have to change rooms, it seemed like it was our fault and he had to fix our mistake. Wi-Fi was available buy you had to get a password from staff.. we didn't even ask. The lady who checked us in did not seem happy to be there.
The central position of the hotel in the city. The cooperation of the lady on the counter.
Only one shower for one foor.
The quaintness of the place and location, nice for the downtown.
It was a bit noisy late at nite but we don't stay up to 4am at home. Other then that we still slept good.
This is an old hotel. Do not expect fancy modern amenities. It is charming and historic and a great value. Lodging is Juneau is outrageous, and tha Alaskan provides an affordable alternative. The toilets and showers separate from some of the rooms is no problem, as long as you are aware of that situation when you book. I have lived in Juneau and currently live in SE Alaska, and I would stay there again. Oh, and they let me have my dog there, too!
I was aware of the historic nature of the hotel and set my expectations accordingly. Therefore I was not disappointed about anything.
Great location and historical ambiance. If you're looking for urban elegance, don't stay here but if you want the feel of historic Alaska, this is your place to stay.
I loved being a couple steps from everything I needed: bookstores, great restaurants, liquor store, yoga studio, coffeeshop and the docks. Franklin street was lively. The building has a great lobby with beautiful woodwork and old boudoir.
Inconsiderate neighbors up above
Price was lowest I could find in Juneau. Rooms were clean and the location is right in the middle of everything!
Wifi was poor in the room we were in. .. didn't really try it anywhere else. Bathroom was really small. Had to ask for toilet paper as there was none in the room when we arrived.
The character of an old building is do much more interesting than those built today. Add to that the history of the place and you have an intriguing place to stay. The price was right and we were very satisfied with our experience.
The refurbishing is old and gives the place a tacky feel. Some money spent on upgrading mattresses, decorations, paint, carpet would go a long ways towards making this a first rate hotel.
Shared bathrooms are kinda' a drag
Does not honor reservations & online prices, charges what seems appropriate to fulness levels. Parking is virtually nonexistent: One can't get permits for long-term parking after 4pm, street parking is 2 hours max, and cars have to be removed from *2AM* (!!!) to 6am. Downtown Juneau is not a nice area. Hotel is next to burned-out ruins and park where winos sleep.
Hotel botched up our reservation, wanted to charge 50% more and refused to contact booking.com support to sort out matters, instead decided not to sell us any accommodation. This happened to multiple parties on this one day alone. Receptionist is left alone during check-in rush hours, so that the manager can get drunk next door (already inebriated at 6pm)
location; history interesting bar
was given a room that still had previous guests' stuff in it; had to get another room; front desk worker complained about other workers not following procedures "Kitchenette" had no utensils, pots, pans, etc....not even a coffee maker Only one burner on stove even worked no heat and all space heaters were already taken after a long day of hiking, climbing four flights of stairs was annoying room had recently been painted but the job was very messy