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Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Adventure Spa

Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Adventure Spa, Juneau

At a Glance

    Pros

  • private balconies offer excellent views
  • guest use kayaks and bicycles

    Cons

  • two-night minimum during summer season
  • limited convenient public transportation

Pearson's Pond Luxury Inn and Adventure Spa Review

On a small pond near Mendenhall Glacier, this large, jaw-droppingly landscaped home may be Alaska's finest B&B. Owner Maryann Ray pulls out all the stops for guests, with two outdoor hot tubs; ambient fireplaces; jetted bathtubs; a library full of books, DVDs, and videotapes; four-poster beds with high-end mattresses; private balconies; a Skype account for free calls home; hot breakfasts; and a well-stocked breakfast nook. Maryann and her daughter Rachael are skilled itinerary planners, and Rachael is even licensed to plan and perform weddings. Guests can borrow a rowboat, paddleboats, kayaks, fishing poles, hiking gear, and cross-country skis. In the summer there is a hot breakfast each morning and wine and cheese in the evening, and there's never a shortage of friendly conversation. The Pond also has two condos ($179–$269 per night, one-week minimum) closer to town, which sleep four people each.

    Hotel Details

  • 5 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 06-12-2013

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