Nome Nugget Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNome Nugget Inn
You get what you pay for. . . and in the case of the Nome Nugget you get a no frills room for a fair price ($110 plus tax). The lobby is filled with gold rush memorabilia and photographs.
I wish the bar was open so we could have checked out the memorabilia and enjoyed the view of the Bering Sea.
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