Address: 202 5th Avenue, Seward, Alaska, 99664, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 202 5th Avenue, Seward, is near Alaska SeaLife Center, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Resurrection Bay, and Adventure Sixty North.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Edgewater Hotel Seward

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Seward

        A good time was had by all

        A travel blog entry by wmaxtman

        This is a top pick!

        We talked last night about getting up at 6:30 so Wayne & Anthony could be ready by 7:15. Wayne forgot the time and was up at 6:00 making enough noise to wake up everyone. Porter did come in and lay in bed with me but neither of us went back to sleep.
        I went over to the ramp to get a video of the charter going out. It was so close we could have seen it from the camper but a building was blocking the view. ...

        Alaska Day 4 - Seward Wildlife & Glacier Cruise

        A travel blog entry by paulartravels


        ... Close, but not super close. Alas, there is just not enough time………..

        We passed 2 different WWII outlook bunkers located on the tip top of these small rock islands that were so steep, we just couldn’t imagine how they got up there. We were told that the “lookout duty” was 2 weeks at a time. I’ll say. Never fear – we took pictures.

        Trip info and ...

        Seward by Bicycle

        A travel blog entry by kbandjb


        ... worked out remarkably great. There have been a few places along the trip that I would have liked to have taken the bikes off for a ride, but for one reason or another, we just never did.

        Unknown to me at the start of this trip, Seward would turn out to be the ideal town for exploring by bicycle. The town proper is fairly flat and elongated. One of the best features of the area is the paved hiking/biking path that follows along the bay and through ...

        Seward and Kenai Fjords National Park tour

        A travel blog entry by djk_au


        ... would be better able to spot them crossing the border at night as they would glow in the dark! I told you Savage was not a very nice person - whatever views one might have as to the problem of illegal immigration!

        We do have pale imitations of these shock jocks back ...

        Prince William Sound

        A travel blog entry by vwinans


        ... it on the ship chumming. When Kym finally got him to come back inside he was shivering and still sick. He was sick the whole rest of the trip.

        When the ship left the Gulf of Alaska, to go up a fjord to see a glacier, the trip got much smoother again. The glacier calved a significant piece of ice while the ship was there. It was raining pretty hard while the ship was at the glacier, and it was difficult to stay out on the deck for long in the wind and rain.