I stayed in a private room which had a double bed with single over the top. There was a chair and small table in the room, 2 hooks on the back of the door and a mirror. When i was there it was daylight for 21 hours a day but the curtains didn't keep any light out. The only supermarket is 1 mile away so bring food with you if you intend to cook for yourself. Apparantly there was some food for sale in reception but when I asked about where to get food I wasn't told about this.
The kitchen was dirty and there were no cloths to dry the dishes so i always looked messy. There was soap provided in the bathrooms but no towels to dry hands on - just needed a few extra things to make it better.
Good value for money compared to all the other hotels in Seward although this is the only hostel in the town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are conveniently located in downtown Seward, Alaska and offer the following types of accommodation:- Lodging Rooms, with a full and a twin size beds, kitchenette, shared bathroom- Hostel Private/Family Room, with a queen size bed, some with additional bunk bed, shared kitchen and shared bathroom- Hostel - Dormitory style accommodation, shared kitchen, shared bathrooms. ... more less