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235 3rd Avenue, Seward, AK 99664, United States of America – Show map
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Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Any additional children or adults are charged USD 10 per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Located in downtown Seward, this motel is a 4-minute walk from Seward Boat Harbor on Resurrection Bay. It features a free shuttle to area attractions and an on-site restaurant.
Score from 366 reviews Good
Offering views of Resurrection Bay, this accommodation is 5 minutes’ drive from Mt Marathon Trail. Alaska SeaLife Center is 5 minutes’ walk away. Seward Waterfront Park is 5 minutes’ walk.
Score from 36 reviews Very good
Offering harbor and glacier views, this motel is located just over half a mile from Seward Airport. All guest rooms feature free Wi-Fi and cable satellite TV.
Score from 87 reviews Good
This Seward, Alaska guest accommodations are 7 miles from Alaska SeaLife Center. It features heated, wood-furnished cabins with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 30 reviews Wonderful
We didn't like the owner and very disappointed in the Inn. It was the worst we had over a period of 38 days. We had no complaints about any other accommodation
We liked that it had a kitchen and Safeway was a couple of miles up the street. Beds were clean and comfortable, the bath room small but quite functional. We enjoyed our time there.
Looked kinda sleazy from the outside, but once we got in all was well.
clean,good location,friendly owner.
poorly maintained buildings,painting,hinges broken,etc. beds very soft.
Great location, easy to get anywhere. The owner was very friendly and helpful.
Wifi was out sometimes.
Two seperate rooms for beds and one pull out couch. Wifi and TV were good. Linens and towels were clean.
Very old and not in good repair. Looked clean but smelled musty. Mattresses were old. Kitchen was very small, old, and needs updating.
The beds were comfortable and the place was clean with everything needed to make your own meals and the owner was very helpful and friendly. The location was excellent near downtown but still very quiet. A free bus was nearby to take you to the docks and Safeway. Close to a beautiful walking trail and the ocean.
The place was generally dated and worn and the front entrance could use a general clean and tidy but there was a lot of information there to help with your plans in the area.
Nice comfortable stay.
Kitchen was not clean.
The host is a lot of fun - the facilities are good, comfort level good
The building is old and dilapidated
Convenient location near "downtown" Seward
I will start by saying that I've stayed in countless "budget" lodgings across the U.S. and generally do not care about ameneties or superficial things like the decor or the age of the building or whether there's a small stain on the carpet. That said, the Taroka Inn makes the lowest-end one-star chain motel look like the Four Seasons. The building was dilapidated inside and out. The doors and windows would not properly open/close, rooms were dingy and dirty, windows cracked, and one of the rooms had a distinct cat urine odor. You expect everything to be overpriced in Alaska, but this place was more than double what you would pay for a standard budget motel in most locations and much lower quality. If you're looking for a basic, clean, no-frills option in Seward, the Breeze Inn just up the road is well worth the little extra cost.
Spacious room and living area for 4 friends. Extremely convenient location to main downtown area, short drive to boat tours.
Very tight space in the bedroom but living area was spacious. Looks a bit rundown from outside but room (and the bathroom) was very clean.
Free Wifi Clean living quarters 2 bedrooms with a kitchen very affordable for all the amenities included based on the area
looks pretty shabby from the outside
it was a great price and easy to find, the owner was very nice. beds were comfortable and we felt safe there, two ol' ladies, traveling together.....
the place could use some tlc, nothing some paint and new carpet couldn't fix. the owner did mention he was thinking of selling, so makes sense why it is a little shabby.....
separated 2 beds in a private setting. good location and you can walk anywhere downtown Seward.
entries to the room needs more cleaning.
Location was good to downtown. Owner was very friendly.
Facility seemed dated for the price.
The 2-nights stay in Taroka Inn was greatly exceed my expectation. The room was very spatial, there're 2 queen beds and a couch. The WIFI was very good. We also grilled our salmons in the yard with the help of warm-hearted house owner.
Location Room size( 2 bedrooms) Built-in kitchen Fast WiFi Comfort Reasonably priced Friendly staff
It was like a cabin. The bathroom had a brand new shower that was nice. Roomy enough for family.
It had a smell and opening the windows they were filthy. Carpet needed some cleaning. Stove top and cupboards were dirty. We paid the same price for a much better room.
The staff was very friendly and helpful and made the stay very pleasant.. I don't have anything to complain.. ;)
Good value for the money. The suites are roomy and clean but the motel is old. The remodeled bathroom in room 1 was nice. Also had a view of the mountains.
Clean sheets, comfortable bed, and good wifi.
This is a very old and run down establishment, outdated furniture and appliances, not even close to what we would expect from a motel room. It was rather creepy.
He told us where to buy fresh fish, and lent us salt, oil to cook in the hotel.
The room smelled bad and was not really clean. The hotel is very old and hasn't been renovated for decades. It is like a $40 motel room except that you pay $160 for it.
Loved having a kitchen where we were able to save money by preparing our own meals. Owner very nice and friendly. Location close to shopping.
Rooms need updating. Dead bugs in window sills. Not having basic salt and pepper in kitchen.
inexpensive, owner friendly, our room had a kitchen. it appeared to have been an apartment.
very dated, floor in bathroom was soft from shower water.
We opted to economize on housing so we could spend more on food/fun and still had an excellent location - walking distance to most of downtown. Mr. Lo was an excellent host and was very accommodating. The rooms were clean and quite comfortable.
This is an older structure and suites & rooms are oddly configured - not a real negative but some might find them odd. The one adjustment was one bathroom for a suite that sleeps 6-8, but it's manageable.
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