This is a single story wood building that was apparently used as officer housing during WWII. It fits right in with the rest of the immediate area. This part of town is old and it looks it. That's not a bad thing. It has character.
The room we were in had a small kitchen and living room area. There was a bed in the living room area. There was a bedroom off the living room and another bedroom on the other side of the the first bedroom. The bathroom was in the first bedroom.
The place is creaky and the foundation was settled a good bit over the years; the front door to the place won't even open all the way anymore. Also, there is a bit of an aroma to the place that just smells like a really old house.
Now, having said all that, we were in Seward to fish. The Taroka was just a place to sleep. For that purpose, it was just fine. If you're hung up on the hotel being an important part of your visit to Seward then this might not be the place for you. However, if you want a very convenient place to stay that's just one block off the downtown Seward "strip", the Taroka will work for you.
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