Inside Passage Hotels


Inside Passage Hotel Reviews

Lodging choices along the Inside Passage range from remote Forest Service cabins to top-end hotels. In general, the latter are a pricey option, but rates drop in the off-season (mid-September to mid-May).

But the U.S. Forest Service isn't the only cabin-rental game in Southeast.

A few local outfitters rent cabin supplies, including cooking utensils, to travelers. Annahootz Alaskan Adventures in Sitka can outfit you with cabin supplies, from lighters and matches to pots and pans. Alaska Wilderness Outfitting in Ketchikan rents cabin supplies like cooking utensils, Coleman stoves, coolers, knives, and hot pads.

Budget travelers will find hostels in many of the larger towns. Fine hotels are found in Ketchikan and Juneau, and luxurious fishing lodges attract anglers on Prince of Wales Island and in other places in Southeast. Bed-and-breakfasts are also popular in the Inside Passage.

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