Seward Hotels & Lodges
Trying to pick the right Seward lodging for you? We recommend these Seward hotels:
- If you want to stay in town where fine dining, colorful boats bobbing in the water, and all the fun of the harbor are just out your front door, you have several options. The Harbor 360 Hotel is conveniently located in the small boat harbor where all the glacier cruises and fishing charters depart from. Or, for a bit of solitude try the Abode Well Cabins, tucked amidst four acres of trees.
- If you really want to get away from it all, try a remote wilderness lodge accessible only by boat. All of these properties offer plenty of activities such as beach combing, kayaking, and whale watching. At the Orca Island Cabins you will stay in spacious, bright yurts, each with their own private decks and access to sea kayaks to explore secluded Humpy Cove. Or, opt for the Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge, located in the heart of Kenai Fjords National Park. Here you will find 16 guest cabins, spectacular views, and plenty of activities. Or, for an option that's a bit more rustic, check into a yurt in Shearwater Cove. It's a kayaker's paradise, and you have unlimited access to the kayaks during your stay. Really go off the grid and fly by helicopter to Johnstone Adventure Lodge in secluded and beautiful Johnstone Bay. Hear the waves crashing on the shore and explore the glacially formed lake behind the lodge.
Hotels & Lodges
Indeed, the Harbor 360 Hotel has a pretty literal name: Located on Seward’s waterfront, this 96 room hotel offers stunning 360-degree views: You’ll see the Seward Small Boat Harbor and Resurrection Bay if you book a Harborside room, or the Kenai Mountains if you book a Mountainside room.
Located just outside Seward, the Abode Well Cabins are tucked back amidst four acres of trees. Of the 13 available rooms, six are King Cabins (which includes a kitchenette and sleeps up to three) and one is a “family cabin,” which has a full kitchen, separate bedrooms and sleeps up to eight with two queen beds, two twins, plus a queen-size sleeper sofa. There are also six Queen Studio Rooms available, with similar amenities to the King Cabins. ...more
Resurrection Bay Wilderness Lodges & Rentals
Located within a 1700 acre native-owned wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Kenai Fjords National Park, the central lodge and 16 guest cabins of Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge have full views of Pedersen Glacier and easy access to wildlife-viewing adventures. The elegantly rustic lodge and secluded guest cabins pair modern comfort and environmental stewardship.
Experience complete immersion in the wonders of wild coastal Alaska, and stay in spacious, bright yurts (circular, reinforced tent-like structures) on a private one-acre island. Inside, the yurts are warm and comfy, outside you’ll find private decks, as well as boardwalks and fire rings. They also provide complimentary sea kayaks, rowboat, and fishing gear. All of this is just a 9‑mile boat ride from the Seward Boat Harbor.
This fly-in-only lodge features two secluded chalets set amid a stunning mixture of sea, forest, and a glacier-formed lake. Enjoy guided walks, custom zodiac tours on the lake, bonfires on the beach, and relaxation at your private chalet. The rate includes transportation to and from the lodge, kayaks, dinner prepared by your hosts, and access to a pantry of items to supplement breakfast, lunch, and snacking. Each chalet is equipped with its own ...more
This tiny cove, 10 miles from Seward, offers a combination of unplugged bliss, cool yurt living, and a kayaker’s paradise. The two “unplugged” yurts each come with a queen-size bed and full size sofa bed, a table and chairs, linens, and a kitchenette. You get unlimited use of kayaks during your stay — and given the amount of sunlight during summer, that means you can be paddling in and out of coves at midnight if you feel like it!