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You won't find ultra-luxury hotels, but you can find a range of bed-and-breakfasts, rustic-chic lodges, and national chains, as well as local spots that will please even the most discriminating travelers. For interaction with Alaskans, choose a B&B, as they're usually local-owned; proprietors tend to be eager to provide travel tips or an unforgettable story. The cheapest options are tents or
The cheapest options are tents or RVs, and there is no shortage of campgrounds here.