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Glacier Bay Lodge

Gustavus, Alaska

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A hidden gem within wild Alaska. After a day spent exploring magnificent tidewater glaciers and ancient snow-capped mountains of Glacier Bay, whether on one of the great boat tours or on a kayak, Glacier Bay Lodge offers excellent (and only) hotel accommodations within the Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve in Alaska. Nestled under the spruce trees that line the once-mouth of a 100 mile long glacier at Bartlett Cove, Glacier Bay Lodge offers incredible views of the Fairweather Mountains and easy access to the West Arm of Glacier Bay, where visitors can experience the unforgettable Grand Pacific and Margerie Glaciers.

Property Description

At the lodge you indulge in dramatic views, especially of the Fairweather Mountain range, learn about the area’s natural history, and savor delightful meals—including fresh-caught local seafood. And at day’s end, you’ll sleep peacefully in your comfortable room, surrounded by the quiet of Alaska’s northern rainforest.

Room Styles

Standard Room

2 Double Beds or 1 King Bed or 1 Double and 1 Bunk Bed

Standard Room with View

2 Double Beds or 1 King Bed

ADA Standard Room: 1 Double Bed (all wheelchair accessible), Roll-in shower, Grab bars, Lowered sink vanity in bathrooms, Accessible from lobby.


Private Bathroom

Alarm Clock

Coffee Maker

Hair Dryer

Large fireplace in common areas

Dining Options

At Glacier Bay Lodge, you’ll enjoy cuisine that’s as spectacular as the scenery surrounding you. Whether you’re dining in the Fairweather Dining Room or outside on the deck, you’ll be treated to fresh and plentiful fare, including local seafood favorites like Dungeness crab (a house specialty), halibut, and salmon that enhances your Alaska vacation. Lunch includes delicious burgers and freshly made sandwiches, and breakfast offers all your favorites.


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