Frontier Suites Airport Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Frontier Suites Airport Hotel Juneau
Travel Blogs from Juneau
... a little wildflower garden. Everything is so colorful and the lake sparkles in the sun. Just a delightful town.
Heading north after a couple of nights, we flew over Hell's Canyon, through the mountains to Arlington, Washington for a pit stop, then continued up the length of Vancouver Island. For once the weather was absolutely perfect with a clear blue sky. We could see every small community on the island, the logs being sent down the strait, fishing ...
... 8217;d rather be too warm than cold.
All right! I was ushered with a few hundred of my closest friends to busses waiting to take us to a whale of a good time! Do you see what I did there? Our driver was a bubbly, purple boot wearing Utah transplant here with her husband for the season. On our drive, she pointed out the dozens of bald eagles, salmon jumping in the stream like so much bubbling water and a couple of minty glaciers (icy cool mint, like AIM ...
... here in Juneau. I took tons of pictures that will never do it justice. It's worth the price of the trip just to see it for yourself! The glacier appears blue because the ice is so compacted that it reflects blue light. The ice breaks off into small icebergs that float in the lake. Reeve fished some ice out of the lake, and the ranger told us it was 200 yrs ...
... shuttle headed for Mendenhall Glacier.
With only an hour, there was no time to spare so we headed off in the same direction as everyone else. It was a glacier viewing area with, steps/path down to the lake We then were off on another trail. We stopped at spot where there was a ranger talking about the the glacier and the area. He asked if anyone knew the difference between a grizzly bear and a brown bear. Sarah was the only ...
... calving. For sure we saw stuff fall into the water just not anything really big. We saw a giant blue cube fall into the water, but I didn't even come close to getting a picture.
When the ship turned away from the glacier, we convinced Sarah it was time to give the kids club a try. She was there for about an hour. Enough time for Matt and I to grab a cocktail and watch the ice flow by! ...