Decent hotel for our family with reasonable prices. I would stay here again. The only down side is when you are on the bottom floor you hear the toilets above flush. Also there is no AC. You don’t need it though with a wee crack of the window it stays comfortable. It’s a bit of a hike to anywhere to eat but is also not in the hustle of the cruse people. Very nice waterfront park to hangout in and sea walk ends across the street from the grocery store. Is great they provide a shuttle from the airport but most flights leave earlier than the shuttle runs so be prepared to reserve a taxi for your departure. The kitchen was clean. Was great to prepare meals for breakfast and lunch to save on money.
This is a great hotel. All the conveniences with washer drier and kitchen. Comfortable room we recommend when in Juneau. Great location recommendation for the Hangar restaurant. Nice eagles flying around too. We are staying there next week before our flight.
My group stayed here for 2 weeks and had a great experience. The fact that every room had a full kitchen AND a washer/dryer was amazing! The rooms are very comfortable and spacious. It is very close to downtown with about a 10-15 minute walk to great shops and restaurants. The Whale Project sculpture was really cool and just outside the hotel. Gustavo was extremely helpful and nice. He remembered everyone in our groups names and made sure our stay was good even during Covid times. I highly recommend this hotel and look forward to staying there again.
My wife and I stayed three nights at Juneau Hotel. The hotel is approximately one mile from the ‘main’ downtown of Juneau, and approximately half mile from the local grocery store. The hotel’s complimentary shuttle from the airport is temporarily suspended due to Covid; we paid $21 for a taxi to take us from the airport to the hotel (a little over six miles). Uber appears to be available when flights arrive into Juneau, but were otherwise ‘not available’ when I tried utilizing Uber during the stay. The room had a full kitchen, with modest supply of pots, pans, glasses, plates, and silverware. The hotel is located at the corner of Egan Drive and West 10th Street/Juneau Douglas Bridge roadway, therefore has persistent traffic that is a bit noisy (but not to a level that was bothersome to us). The hotel offers free WiFi – our best download speed was 18.2 Mbps, with best upload speed of 2.3 Mbps (so plan accordingly for a MiFi if you require faster speeds) (both speeds taken at approximately 830pm each night of our stay…slowest download speed was 0.5 Mbps). The queen bed was very soft and sagged significantly to the middle. The room had a nice under/over washer/dryer – we did two loads of laundry with no issues. Similar to the Seward hotel we stayed at recently, this hotel is currently not offering housekeeping services due to Covid precautions – a bit odd since hotels in both Talkeetna and Girdwood provided daily housekeeping. While municipalities take lead on such requirements as mask use, we see the absence of housekeeping as more an economic/budget function than Covid precaution. Our room had no paper towels, kitchen wash cloth, or other material(s) one would need to clean up the kitchen counter and/or range top after cooking a meal. The local grocery store only sold 10 or 20-pack paper towels at exorbitant prices, so we purchased a wash cloth and kitchen towel. The room did have two detergent pods for the dishwasher. I have attached the instructions we found in the room. Of six locations, this was the only one that asked us to remove our own garbage at checkout. Overall an adequate hotel, but we would not stay here again.…
Charged my credit card for a room with two queen beds at $200 a night. They gave me a room with one queen bed which is $129.00 a night. Who gives you a room with a single queen and up charges you? When l called them about the bill they hung up on me.