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Juneau Hotels Information

Hotels in Juneau

51

Hotels Prices From

£88

Hotels Reviews

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Dec - Feb

High season avg price

£237

Low season avg price

£171
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Dec - Feb
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£113£692
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£226
£113£692
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Jun - Aug
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£274
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£113£692
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13ºC
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77in
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Sep - Nov
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£204
LOWEST
£113£692
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Hotels near the sights

  • Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center
    Mendenhall Glacier is easily accessible via roads from the local airport, cruise ship terminal and state ferry terminal. Our facility and lands are managed by the federal government through the United States Forest Service. Federal passes are accepted and sold as well as daily passes. There is a visitor center with a theater showing a 15-minute film on Mendenhall Glacier, a bookstore operated by nonprofit organization Discovery Southeast, and exhibits on wildlife, history, and glacial and geological changes. Rangers provide talks at various indoor and outdoor sites in summer. Open hours in summer are daily 8am to 7:30pm. Due to wildlife and bears, no food is allowed outdoors from April-November. There is no beverage or food service available to prevent bears from becoming food-conditioned. Nearby Steep Creek is the spawning stream for wild sockeye salmon from late July through early September. Later in the fall, a run of coho salmon spawn in the creek. Porcupines can be seen foraging on leaves in deciduous trees. Beavers are visible early in the morning and in the evening. Learn about Alaska and the natural world around the glacier and lake. Enjoy a one-hour hike to 400-foot-tall Nugget Falls. Other trails lead to different habitats. In winter, the visitor center is open Friday-Sunday from 10am to 4pm and closed on federal holidays.
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  • Mendenhall Glacier
    Mendenhall Glacier is one of the most beautiful and accessible glaciers in the U.S., loved for its dazzling blue glacial ice that stretches for 13.6 miles. Start at the Visitor Center to learn about the area's ecosystem and wildlife, then follow the Photo Point Trail up to an overlook for the best views of the glacier, before heading on a hike to the popular Nugget Falls. The glacier is accessible all year round, but is best visited from May to October for the most pleasant weather. Visit the glacier as part of a tour, which can include a whale-watching cruise, a glacier hike, and canoeing at Lake Mendenhall. – Tripadvisor
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  • Alaska State Museum
    The Alaska State Museum is located at the Fr. Andrew P. Kashevaroff (APK) building in downtown Juneau. Visit us for a uniquely comprehensive view of Alaska’s history and diverse cultures including fine art, mining, fishing, forestry, tourism, Russia-America, and World War II. There is a room with a climb-aboard replica of an early sailing ship and fun activities for all ages. Museum admission is $14 for adults 19 to 64, $13 for seniors 65 and older, and youth up to 18 years old are not charged admission.
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  • Goldbelt Tram
    As Southeast Alaska’s only aerial tramway, the Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tramway takes you to 1,800 feet above sea level in just five minutes. On the way up, marvel at incredible views while listening to a narrated tour of the surroundings. At the top, you can embark on various hiking trails, check out the flora and fauna display at the Nature Center, watch an award-winning short film about Tlingit history and culture, and dine with a view at the restaurant. The tramway operates from April to October but the best time to visit is in June for stunning views of alpine meadows. – Tripadvisor
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  • Mount Roberts Trail
    Hiking trail beginning in downtown Juneau that is great for novices.
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  • Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure
    View the world renowned Flower Towers AND stunning rainforest of the Tongass. Your fully guided tour offers you a unique experience that combines natural landscapes and non-native manicured gardens . The gardens are the creation of Steve and Cindy Bowhay a guide tell you the unforgettable tale of the Flower Towers, named America's Most Interesting Landmark in 2012 Reader's Digest. Bright floral arrangements and elegant landscapes complement the natural beauty of the rainforest and the cascading waterfalls nearby. At the 580 ft level you will find an amazing panoramic viewpoint of Juneau, and the Chilkat Mountains. You return to the lower gardens in the Visitor's Center atrium and hanging flower gardens ! The Visitor's Center features a live video feed aimed at an active bald eagles nest that is found on the property. You can find online at our website as well. The Garden Gift Shop sells garden specific gifts and the Garden Cafe serves drinks, and light snacks.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Juneau hotels

Best Western Grandma's Feather Bed, Best Western Country Lane Inn, and Juneau Aspen Suites Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. See the full list: Hotels near Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center.

Popular hotels close to Goldbelt Tram include Silverbow Inn Hotel & Suites, Four Points by Sheraton Juneau, and Baranof Downtown, BW Signature Collection. See the full list: Hotels near Goldbelt Tram.

Popular hotels close to Juneau Intl Airport include Juneau Aspen Suites Hotel, Super 8 by Wyndham Juneau, and Extended Stay America - Juneau - Shell Simmons Drive. See the full list: Hotels near Juneau Intl Airport.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Juneau are Ramada by Wyndham Juneau, Extended Stay America - Juneau - Shell Simmons Drive, and Frontier Suites Airport Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Juneau.

Juneau Aspen Suites Hotel, Ramada by Wyndham Juneau, and Extended Stay America - Juneau - Shell Simmons Drive all received great reviews from families travelling in Juneau. See the full list: Family Hotels Juneau.