The island's only hotel is a small, rustic building with a dark-wood interior and a mix of modern and vintage furniture. It was built by the government in 1930 to house visiting officials and transient workers, and for this reason it is now a National Historic Landmark. It's small, with room to accommodate up to 18 guests, and is within easy walking distance of fur-seal rookeries. Rooms are sparsely furnished and each bathroom is shared by two rooms. Guests can use the
renovated hotel kitchen, which includes everything you'll need to make your own meal—necessary, since the island has no restaurant.
St. George Island, Alaska, 99591, United States
907-272–9886-Anchorage office; 907-859–2255-St. George office