Sitka Hotel

Address: 118 Lincoln Street, Sitka, Alaska, 99835, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 118 Lincoln Street, Sitka, is near Sitka National Historic Park/Totem Park, Kayaking in Sitka, Russian Bishop's House, and Sitka Tribe Dance Performances.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Sitka

Sitka, Capital of Russian America!

A travel blog entry by pamvndrw on Apr 26, 2015

3 comments, 26 photos

Sitka! The Russian Paris of the Pacific!

The Tlingit Indians were settled in this area and called it Shee At'ika’ when the Russians arrived in 1799. The Russians established a fort and trading post at Old Sitka, 7 miles north of the current town of Sitka. In 1802 the Tlingit Indians attacked and drove the Russians (the ones they hadn’t killed) away. In 1804 the Russians came back, a battle was fought and the Russians prevailed and ...

The Inner Passage between Juneau & Sitka

A travel blog entry by govgal on Sep 02, 2014

12 photos

... do have heat lamps, but I'm actually glad I didn't sleep out here, it is very noisy and breezy. Definitely not worth fighting to set up a tent. I have seen several porpoises in the water this morning. The fog has mostly cleared, although it is still rather cloudy and gray, but bright enough that it is still fabulously beautiful! Happened to catch a glimpse of a crew member polishing the bell; perhaps it needs to be polished a lot ...

Fishing Day 3

A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 30, 2014

11 photos

... our captain and deck hand Travis and Ario (sp?) kept feeding us bait, letting us know what depth to drop to, and helping when someone had a fish on the line. We'd move around from spot to spot too. We all caught our one king salmon allowance and we also caught a lot of rockfish. Most of the other boats were catching tons of silver salmon too, but we only had a couple. The boat was stocked with plenty of drinks, snacks, sandwiches and chili. The day kind of ...

There's gold in them thar hills!

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 20, 2014

... The day before we had noticed a local bowling alley which seemed the perfect activity to finish our rainy day. Much to our surprise the kids loved bowling! Evie and Tyler were pretty decent, both bowling with one hand and making good use of the lane bumpers. :)

Sue took the kids home while Tom explored a Juneau landmark - The 100 year old Alaskan Hotel & Bar where as the sign says you can have an Alaskan in the Alaskan with and Alaskan. ...

Petersburg to Warm Springs Bay

A travel blog entry by tricab on May 18, 2014

8 photos

... br> Eight hours later, following an uneventful transit, we arrive to the dock at Warm Springs Bay on Barasof Island, two other boats already in attendance from the day before.


We soak our buns in the very rustic hot springs, beside a 35m roaring waterfall. While Geo and I are doing this, Nish is in a private bath house looking out over the bay at a humpback that has come within 2 boat lengths of our “home ...