Traveled there the last week of August, 2013, as a member of a group of birders searching for Asian rarities. Did not stay in the hotel, but in the duplex, which was a pleasant surprise! Great kitchen, many bedrooms, large dining/living room, and one & half baths. As a remote location this is a real comfortable place to return to after a long, wet day of birding. It also has a wetland across from it that was loaded with shorebirds, town marsh.
Since I was there as a birder I must give credit to the guides of St Paul Island Tours. These three people, Doug, Cameron, and tour director Scott put for their best to help find us birds. They are some of the most dedicated, hardest-working birding guides I've come in contact with. They take great pride in working on such a remote, rainy and wind-swept island that they must call home for months. Quite impressive that they are in such good dispositions every day!! This is a place for the most serious birder and it has what is needed to enjoy the birds.
- Also Known As:
- King Eider Hotel Saint Paul Island
- King Eider Inn Saint Paul Island, Alaska