Stayed here recently. Hannah seems like a lovely person, but engaged in very little conversation - she definitely did not initiate the conversation. Did not even care to ask how we were doing, or how well we slept each night. The rooms are clean, functional but extremely small. The beds have no springs (we checked all the beds upstairs) - none of us (3 friends) had a decent sleep here. Breakfasts were carbohydrate rich, and minimal. Pancakes, a couple of slices of bacon and a sliver (literally) of cantelope. The second day we asked for eggs - I think we each had one scrambled egg with a sliver of cantelope. When we asked for more was told that there was nothing left. There was not even an offer of any toast with the meal. For the cost, I have to say that it was not worth it. We shared one small room with a double bed and twin bed - the cost for the 3 of us - each night was almost $150. Definitely not worth it. I had stayed here a couple of years ago, and it seemed much nicer and friendlier. I won't be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming historic house in the heart of downtown Haines. Under new ownership as of March 2017. Views of Lynn Canal, the Chilkat Mountains and the Historic Fort Seward; the Inn is within walking distance to Haines’ sites. Built by Tim Vogel, member of Skagway's notorious Soapy Smith gang. Start your day with a fresh breakfast, spend your evening with a glass of wine on the porch and end your day tucked in our plush linens. A welcome home on your adventures! ... more less