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?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Halsingland Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsHalsingland Hotel Haines
TripAdvisor Reviews Halsingland Hotel Haines
Travel Blogs from Haines
The Hotel Halsingland is a quaint historical little hotel that was used as the Commanding Officers quarters at Ft Seward. Obviously there have been some modifications made to allow for indoor plumbing and even cable tv, but the overall structure is well preserved. It also has a phenomenal view. I was surprised when I was sitting in the lobby …
... down to about 200 metres but as we starred into Tracey Arm Fjord the fog cleared the sun came out and it was beautiful. Very specks.
we had lunch in the Tuscan Grill mainly because it's right at the back of the boat and our table was against the window so we had the best views of the glacier even saw a Sea Otter so was worth the lunch price. Next stop was Icy Point Straight.
Not much there apart from a bar and ...
... was, there was an uncomfortable moment when she made a crack about Mexicans coming into the US. Cristina is one. Oops. Becky's game was cool because she also did a geocache game for the kids. At certain stops, she had hidden a container of knickknacks. When the find it, they can take one item. The next time, they can keep what they had or trade it. Pretty cool. Sometimes Becky had a hard time finding the container it was so well hidden. Very nice tour. ...
... 5293;了晚霞落 26085;下的照片& #12290;拍照时， 我们遇到了 ;克里斯，ߢ 2;是百老汇Ą 59;律剧场的 496;仪，É 82;欣然接受 102;我们的邀 5831;与我们合 ...
... for the train to purchase some on board Internet. You’re welcome.
Skagway is a Klondike Gold Rush boomtown with a colorful history of outlaws, adventurers and fancy ladies. The town is only four or five blocks long, with preserved Victorian style buildings now selling jewelry, furs, naughty t-shirts, and made-in-Bali genuine replicas.
Because Skagway is a National Park (or maybe a State Park… I don’t know. And ...