Play hard, rest easy.
Fuel your adventures with quality rest. From rustic to glam, our unique accommodations offer a range of amenities to delight every kind of traveler. In Seward, even budget-savvy visitors can enjoy spectacular views from our waterfront campground. Other options—cozy bed and breakfast chalets, waterfront lodges, and rustic cabins, just to name a few—are so inviting that you may be tempted to stay in. Pro tip: Consider packing an eye mask for spring and summer trips. Our midnight sun is a big (and fun!) adjustment for many visitors.
Hotels, Lodges & Resorts
Several full-service hotels and lodges in the area can take care of your every need for a relaxing getaway. Downtown, the harbor district, and Exit Glacier Road all offer comfortable accommodations to keep the whole family happy.
Camping & RV
Seward’s waterfront campground offers dazzling views of Resurrection Bay and Mt. Alice. Wake up to the sound of snorting sea lions and the rush of soaring eagles just beyond your campfire. Other campgrounds in the area offer spruce forests and easy access to salmon runs.
Get a taste of the Alaska life by renting a room or an entire house. From quaint downtown neighborhoods to rustic off-the-grid options outside of town, nightly rentals are often well-equipped, letting you try out living in Alaska.
Bed & Breakfasts
If you’re looking to interact with locals, there are beautiful, often historic inns serving up delectable morning meals around town. Friendly proprietors can answer questions and give insights into Seward and the adventures that brought them here.
These affordable properties offer the chance to meet travelers from around the world while exploring Seward. Options include dry cabins and a yurt village a short drive from town, and private or shared rooms located in the heart of downtown.
For the spectacular lodges, cabins and yurts in Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords, getting there is part of the fun. Experience wilderness way from the crowds. Amenities at these properties may include guided wilderness excursions, private trailheads, or paddling equipment.