Opened in 1923 to accommodate travelers on the new Alaska Railroad, the small inn found fame (or notoriety) quickly: President Warren G. Harding came for lunch, and died just a few days later. Today, the hotel is comprised of six recently renovated rooms as well as a bar and live music venue. You'll hear everything from jazz and folk to open mic nights and serious rock-n-roll. At the very least, do a walk-through to enjoy some local color and the walls that are full of photos of old timers, can-can girls, ads from the 70's featuring famous climber Ray Genet, a buffalo head, and the "dead" wall-a loving nod to locals who have passed away.
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- Coordinates: 62.323247, -150.113329