Westmark Inn Skagway
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Skagway
Aside from the dark paneling in the halls that give it a very dated look, the service and the room was everything we expected, including a very comfortable bed.
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Travel Blogs from Skagway
... 8211; of course I went him! How rude to assume that so I told him right off & he was suitably embarrassed by the time I had finished with him!
Skagway is much smaller than Juneau which I prefer as it was prettier I think & easier to get to the whales & forest. But there are still 4 ships in port today & it doesn't really look like we should all fit but it all works well. We had a great day walking ...
... some valleys. The driver did try hard with using imagination.
Back to town and see the old western style shops with authentic boardwalks. Lunch in a little cafe. These towns all close down after the last cruise ship on Sept 26th until well into New Year. Some special on as they try to clear stock before closing.
The early afternoon seen our helicopter flight over ...
This small town is totally a tourist town. The National Park Service has a great museum detailing the men who were going to the Klondike Gold Rush. When they went through Skagway, they had to pass by all kinds of shisters trying to take their money. The real profit in the Gold Rush was made my the merchants. ...
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... passengers don’t realize that the tour companies now own and run most of the shore line businesses. They have so many jewelry stores in town that it is impossible to miss them. They all seem to be run by middle east families. They fleece the passengers without comment or notice by the shoppers.
Skagway was the starting point for the 1897 gold rushers when the Klondike miners first struck it rich: encouraged by the accounts of flowing gold, thousands ...