A high-rise by Juneau standards, the seven-story Goldbelt is one of the city's better lodgings, with decent, if somewhat overpriced, rooms whose basic amenities include local coffee. Fans of Northwest Coast art will appreciate the authentic Alaska Native carvings on display in the lobby, as well as the contemporary panels in the rooms, based on traditional designs. Goldbelt, the corporation that runs the hotel and the Mount Roberts Tramway, is Alaska Native owned. Waterside
rooms on the upper level have views across the Gastineau Channel, and some rooms have king-size beds.