Each room in this family-friendly downtown Victorian inn (once a not-so-family-friendly bordello) is named after a different gold-rush gal. The creaky building, one of Skagway's oldest, was built in 1897 and has been lovingly restored. The small rooms have no televisions and share a Victorian motif, with period antiques and cast-iron beds. A big homemade breakfast is served downstairs each morning from 7 to 8 am in Olivia's Restaurant, and the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner to anyone in the mood for "Alaskan tapas." Outdoor seating is next to the gardens. Chilkoot Trail hikers who spend two nights at the hotel get free transport to the trailhead, Coleman stove fuel, and storage of their gear while hiking. Refrigerator and freezer storage are available for fishermen.