Totem Inn Hotel and Suites
Travel Blogs from Valdez
... bridge through water that was deeper than what we were going into. We guessed the road was being used by 4-wheel drive pickups or ATV's. We've had enough car and camper troubles without creating more ourselves! So we decided we'd start hiking in from that point. Fortunately there was a parking area there so others had opted to do the same thing as us and just walk from that point.
We had seen one other guy and gal coming up the road and ended up talking to them by one ...
... up from there. We did not make use of any of the campground amenities except the restrooms so I can not comment about most of their other services (we were in site 12 but had no WiFi). The campground did have coin operated washer/dryers that were the most expensive we’ve seen on the entire trip; fuel was also expensive, gasoline was $3.95/gal. and diesel was $4.20/gal. With that out of the way, on to the fun part.
The mine we are headed to today is within ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsTotem Inn Hotel and Suites Valdez
We stayed in one of the little cabins for two nights. They are set up well, with a small kitchenette, and a decent bed and sitting area. Service was good, as was the food in the restaurant, and reasonably priced. Nice lounge with affordable drink prices. Our only issue was that the Wi-fi didn't reach the cabins from the main building.
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