Stay Overnight In A 107-Year-Old Hotel That's Said To Be Haunted At The Alaskan Hotel In Alaska
By Liz Oliver|Published February 01, 2021
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At the start of the 20th century Juneau, Alaska was a frontier mining camp and very few hotels servicing the growing population. The population in Juneau nearly doubled between 1910 and 1920. Alaskan Hotel opened in 1913 and was regarded as one of the best hotels along the Pacific coast. Since it’s opening thousands of people have stayed at the Alaskan Hotel but a few have never left.
The Alaskan Hotel and Bar is currently accepting reservations and their bar is open daily but operates with seasonal hours. Visit the Alaskan Hotel website for information on bar hours, room rates, and reservations.
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