See why so many travelers make 7 Gables Inn & Suites their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Fairbanks. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at 7 Gables Inn & Suites provide a kitchenette, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at 7 Gables Inn & Suites guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and a picnic area. You can also enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at 7 Gables Inn & Suites.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Fairbanks, 7 Gables Inn & Suites is located a short distance from Carlson Center (2.3 mi) and Large Animal Research Station (2.8 mi).
While visiting Fairbanks, you may want to try some fish and chips at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Pike's Landing, Pump House Restaurant & Saloon, or Zach's Restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out University of Alaska Museum of the North (1.0 mi), Chena River State Recreation Area (0.9 mi), or University of Alaska Fairbanks (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at 7 Gables Inn & Suites as you experience all of the things Fairbanks has to offer.
Stayed here for two days and nights in June 2022. Room, grounds, and staff were great. The free breakfast was delicious. Will gladly return if I ever am able to visit Fairbanks again. Really added to the Fairbanks AK part of my Alaska trip.
The room was great, and I loved the jacuzzi tub. Breakfast was also really good, and the people were friendly. Unfortunately, the place is very cluttered and the owners are a little scattered. There was an issue with my payment, which was more Priceline's fault than theirs, but the owner wasn't very helpful while dealing with it. The walls are very thin and I could hear the TV blaring from the room next door all night. It was a decent enough place to spend two days but probably not worth the trouble.
When we arrived the woman who runs the hotels was very disorganized and flustered because 3 groups had walked in at once. The room was last decorated in the 1930s… with old carpet. The kitchen is open for all to see (hoarder-ish), no main desk … just an incredibly disorganized room with floor to ceiling papers and books! Husband and wife (owners) were screaming at each other one morning!!! All night long the woman owner has an awful giggle laugh… so if you are in the master room (honeymoon suit… God help you!) Cleaning is barely sufficient… can’t clean away old and broken.. so… I would highly recommend the owners close off the kitchens, take down the old wall paper, ditch the carpet, work on customer service, cleaning, organization and plant something in the greenhouse that brings you into the entry. All together 7 Gables did it’s job… but we won’t be returning.…
This place was nasty, rude owners, breakfast was a joke, never stay here, laundry machine barley work $5 dollars later for 1 load, apparently OSHA was there over an employee being hurt on the job, building next toine had scaffolding all around it that looks ancient and falling
First of all I was expecting a hotel. It is more of a B&B. The property is in a residential area. I walked into the property and I guess it’s supposed to be a green house with plants and herbs growing. Walked up the stairs into a hallway, saw a sign that said office in a cluttered kitchen area. I called,”hello”, over and over again till this woman came in and scolded me for not seeing the phone in the hallway with a sign that said to call when you came in. Not starting off well. Had to register and then she took me to my room. She said I was upgraded to the master which had a jacuzzi tub. I walked into the room and the carpet was filthy. She said it needed to be shampooed but didn’t have time. She said she isn’t able to get help. A lot of other people came in to register while I was. She said she has 4 properties. The Abby inn next door is hers too. Breakfast was good, but the area she cooks in is very cluttered. The Inn definitely needs some help. I won’t be back.…
The hosts are very accommodating. They do it all! The homemade breakfast was a nice touch; it includes her own special recipes. Don't expect the Ritz, it's definitely a mom and pop operation, classic hard working Alaskans who put their heart and soul into the place! Clean rooms, cfy beds!
The room was filthy. Ashes all over the bed and holes burned in the blanket. Footprints on the futon. Dirt on the floor. Grimy in general. Filthy hallways. Different location from listing so we had to get a second Lyft! In the middle of the night in winter! No breakfast as advertised because they said we can make our own food in our suite. We only stayed because it was 3am and we had no car. We stayed one night out of four booked but didn’t get our money back. No response from owners when we asked for a refund for unused nights. Disgusting.
First off this isn't a hotel but a townhouse kind of property. It should ideally be on something like AirBnB. Room and bathroom was neat and clean. Kitchen was shared and had too much than needed. The owner Leicha was good and nowhere close to being rude or anything (as I read in the other reviews). I always heard her smiling. Place not recommended for anyone who is looking to have private time.
Can I give it negative one hundred stars?!? When I booked through Expedia, I booked "Extended Stay Fairbanks," thinking it was the national Extended Stay brand, but in fact, it happened to be the 7 Gables Inn. "Check in" was in the kitchen. My room was a few blocks away. By the following morning, I asked the innkeeper, Leicha, to please move me to the main building (she did -- and the Heritage Room was nice enough with a good view but small and definitely not worth the price) because I couldn't keep walking seven or eight blocks every day in the freezing cold (and it was hard for Lyft drivers to readily spot me in the nondescript building next to Napa). Anyway, Leicha was incredibly passive-aggressive and rude; the back of the laundry room could easily be featured on Hoarders; and the place, in general, was dingy and gross. Most folks around Fairbanks I'd spoken to generally said that the location - and the owners - do have a reputation around town. Though I'm grateful for my visit to Alaska (it was my 50th state, and I'd set out to visit the entire U.S. years ago), 7 Gables/Extended Stay (whatever else they call themselves) definitely put a damper on my trip. Folks, do yourselves a favor and *do not* book this place. I've been trying to get at least a partial refund from Expedia and I'm also reaching out to my credit card, too.…
The hot tub bath tub was great @ 3am after coming in from watching the neon lights in Fairbanks and swimming in the Hot Springs (1 1/2 hr drive away). Worth it! The price was great for what we got. Staff was very helpful. I like the mini frig and freezer in the room as we used it a lot and it helped feeling private from the rest of the room guests. I would stay again when/if I get a chance to come back. Everything in the room was very clean!