Juneau is more than stunning views, imposing mountains, and running blue waters. This is a city full of history that spans for centuries before colonization and the Gold Rush which gave it its name and legacy. We present a brief history of the city of Juneau.
Category: Around Juneau
Juneau is distinctive thanks to its small and close-knit community. Even though the only way to get here is by train or boat, once you arrive, Juneau is very friendly and welcoming. This feeling of tranquility and peacefulness is particularly felt during Christmas season. In this blog post you will get an idea of what Juneau is like during the marvelous winter holidays.
The splendid and isolated capital of Alaska, where one becomes friends with the rain and fully takes advantage of the sun when it shows up, has found another way of offering warmth and comfort to its short- or long term visitors. Regardless if you are looking to spend quality time at restaurants or simply enjoy a drink in the evening – we’ve prepared a list of the best bars you can enjoy around downtown Juneau (only if you are 21+ of course!).
Juneau’s potential to amaze with its nature is only rivaled by the potential to show off with its vivid culture. Fish and chips, ginormous pizzas with unique recipes, Mexican and Asian cuisine, fine dining and so much more to taste! Here is a list of our recommendations to discover quality dining in the capital of Alaska while enjoying your stay at our hotel in Juneau.
A new neighbour landed on our coast and not an ordinary one, but rather a life-sized whale statue! Needless to say, it sparked a lot of debate in Juneau — some love it, others not so much. Let us tell you a bit more about our new neighbour – the Humpback Whale Statue.
Juneau is amazingly appealing to nature lovers, adventure seekers, history buffs, fishing enthusiasts. The Juneau Hotel will help you plan your activities.