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Top Hotels for Long-Term Travel in Alaska – To Stay Productive While Traveling


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Alaska is a great place for a get away while working remotely. Or, if your company sends you to the state on business, know that you have great options for accommodations long term.

Whether you’re planning to travel to Juneau, Anchorage or another part of the state, you’ll find excellent options for long-term travel in Alaska.

7 Hotels for Long-Term Travel in Alaska

Rates are affordable with all the comforts of home that will make your long travel enjoyable. Extended stay hotels offer an apartment-like living experience but at affordable week-to-week rates that many business travelers need.

And to be productive, you’ll need fast Wi-Fi in a quiet room. We’ve put together a list of hotels that meet these criteria to help you discover more Alaska while getting everything done that you need to.

1. Juneau Hotel

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The Juneau Hotel has one of the most affordable Extended Stay rates. Check it out here.

Extended stay rates start at $55 per night, making this one of the most affordable hotel options. The Wi-Fi is strong, and you’ll get a great TV channel selection in the room to unwind after your day of productivity. Finding ways to relax after work will help you prepare for another workday after a good night’s rest.

The hotel gets strong ratings on Google for great housekeeping and great service. You can’t go wrong with that combination!

Enjoy a free airport shuttle and on-site gym. You’ll be in the heart of downtown Juneau within walking distance of many great attractions. Learn insights about the experience of working from Juneau Hotel from this review:

“We stayed for 2 months for work. The Juneau Hotel was amazing. The location was perfect. We walked to town daily and enjoyed the water views from our living room. The kitchen was well equipped and the room spacious. The hotel staff was always very helpful.” – Bethany McKinney

2. Aspen Suites Hotel Anchorage

Aspen Suites Hotel Anchorage
To get lower extended stay rates at the Aspen Suites Hotel in Anchorage, you’ll need to call them. Standard rates average about $100 per night.

Aspen Suites features kitchenettes in the room. This is not a full kitchen though so don’t plan any elaborate meals when staying at Aspen Suites. The hotel has a business center and an excellent fitness facility. 

Aspen Suites has locations in several major Alaskan cities, including Anchorage, Soldotna, Kenai, Juneau, Haines, Sitka and Homer. Each hotel is located in a stunning area with a great view of Alaska’s outdoor beauty. 

To get lower extended stay rates, you’ll need to call the hotel, which means you can’t book your stay online. Standard rates average about $100 per night. One reviewer shared this experience.

“A lovely experience all-round. I spent two nights there in a single queen room and was very satisfied. The Kitchenette was clean and well organized. Additionally, all the utensils and cooking instruments were easy to find and to use. The bathroom was very spacious with plenty of good mirror space. My only complaint was that I wished the beds had more blankets on them, but despite that, I slept very well.” – Noah Kegley

3. Extended Stay America – Anchorage – Downtown

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Extended Stay America in Downtown Anchorage offers nice amenities such as a fitness center and a pool.

Extended Stay America offers some nice add-ons, including a free grab-and-go breakfast. You’ll also get access to a fitness center. The hotel is pet-friendly, meaning you can travel long-term with your furry friends.

The Anchorage location has a pool so you can unwind after a long day. The rooms have fully-equipped kitchens with a stove, microwave and refrigerator so that you’ll feel at home. 

All suites are non-smoking, and you’ll get access to the on-site laundry center. Enjoy a flat-screen TV in your room. Parking at the Anchorage location is not free, but it is on-site for added convenience. 

Some reviewers stated that their rooms and the main areas are not as well kept as they would have liked. Many people enjoy their stay at the hotel though. This is what one reviewer had to say:

“I absolutely loved this place!! The staff made me feel welcome and right at home. I was comfortable and provided with everything I needed away from home! A way big thumbs up!!”

4. Hotel North Pole

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Santa’s hotel offers co-joined suites, in case you are traveling with friends and family.

Stay near the North Pole for an extended stay at Hotel North Pole. The address is N. Santa Claus Lane. If that doesn’t make you feel festive, we’re not sure what will. 

The hotel gets good ratings for housekeeping, free parking and its proximity to public transportation. Reviewers also state that the hotel has great service. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning to get your day started. 

And if you’re traveling with other people, you’ll like the two-room or co-joined suites. That way, you can have your privacy while still interacting with your traveling partners. 

All rooms come with free high-speed Wi-Fi, a work desk with computer hookups, meeting rooms and full kitchens. You’ll also get a separate living room from your sleeping area so that you can have space to relax. 

The hotel’s prices are not especially extended stay friendly as they exceed $100 per night even if you stay for a full month. Here’s a look at some of the best features that one reviewer highlighted. 

“My husband I just returned home from our visit to the North Pole Hotel. We found it to be well maintained. The continental breakfast was limited but it was enough to satisfy an early riser. The entire staff were kind and helped us with any questions we had. It was also nice that it is located near a grocery store and has several restaurants within walking distance. I look forward to a future stay.” – Lora Bolt

5. My Place Hotel – Anchorage

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The My Place Hotel packs a heavy punch for a one-star hotel. It is clean, pet-friendly, and affordable.

One of the most affordable, yet well-kept, extended stay hotels in the Anchorage area is My Place Hotel. Prices are just under $90 per night. It’s a one-star hotel, but reviewers appreciate that it has great rooms, free parking, is pet-friendly, is in a great location and the hotel staff offers great service.

The décor in the hotel offers a modern vibe. Each room is equipped with a kitchenette. Reviewers state that they get a restful night of sleep on the pillow-top mattresses. The free Wi-Fi is fast to keep you productive. 

The more you stay at My Place hotels, the more reward points you can accumulate to earn free stays. 

One reviewer had this to say about the accommodations.

“Clean and well-appointed room. It had a large kitchenette with a full-size fridge, stovetop, microwave, coffee maker, toaster and sink. The room was plenty big enough for 2 queen size beds, table, open closet area, kitchen and a large bathroom. It is in a nice, quiet area. Beds were very comfortable.” – Lindsey Rising

6. Best Western Kodiak Inn and Convention Center

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This Best Western in Kodiak doesn’t really offer an extended stay deal, but the breakfasts are good, and you get a beautiful view of the harbor.

This is not your classic extended stay hotel, which means you’ll pay a great deal to stay here for longer than a few nights. But the Harbor View Suites do have a kitchenette to enable comfortable long-term stays if needed.

The rooms are well-appointed and feature pillowtop beds. You’ll get a full breakfast as part of your reservation. Best Western has a rewards program that allows you to earn free stays, which can be great if you travel for business often. 

People who have stayed here appreciate the free parking, excellent in-hotel dining, the fact that it is pet-friendly, and the in-hotel bar. The hotel also boasts an excellent fitness center. You’ll be right conveniently located to attractions in Kodiak to enjoy your stay.

These are the great aspects that one reviewer shared.

“Small lobby but coffee and fresh-baked cookies. In hotel restaurant is good but $$$. Breakfast is great with a lovely view of the harbor, bald eagles, and open water. Harbor Marina is literally across the street for a brisk walk.”

7. Frontier Suites Hotel in Juneau

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The Frontier Suites offers a sweet extended stay deal. Also, there is a fitness facility, and a restaurant on-site. Rooms are super spacious and clean. Check out details here.

Frontier Suites offers a courtesy airport shuttle to help get your stay started on a low-key and relaxing note. The hotel has an exercise room and restaurant on-site to make your stay enjoyable.

The hotel is located near the airport to provide added convenience. And it is pet-friendly so that you can bring along your furry friends. You’ll get special rates when you stay for 30 days or more. Enjoy prices as low as $60 per night. 

“Centrally located and very comfortable, the staff was very friendly and helpful. Any issues we had during our stay were taken care of quickly by the management. We will stay again next time we’re in Juneau.” – Daniel Mulqueen. 

If you’re planning a trip to Juneau, we’d enjoy having you stay with us at Juneau Hotel. Our accommodations are one of the best hotels for long-term travel in Alaska. We provide outstanding service, help you explore the area and make sure you’re comfortable during an extended stay. Book your travel now.

We have summer and winter extended-stay deals.

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