Skagway, AK (SGY) HotelsSurrounded by snow-capped mountains, dense green forest, and placid lakes that ripple at the slightest murmur, Alaska’s Skagway Airport (SGY) is as visually striking as it is historic. With such a small airport the facilities are limited, but the natural beauty, unique wildlife, and untamed landscape will more than make up for the airport’s lack of creature comforts. Hotels in Skagway, AK (SGY)The airport runs adjacent to pretty much the entirety of Skagway, meaning that all hotels are only a short walk away. The accommodation in the town consists of warming lodges and bed and breakfasts, complete with blazing log fires and hearty dining that provides an elegant contrast to the bitingly cold nature of the landscape.Where to stayWith untamed wilderness on its doorstep, and being so small in stature, all of Skagway’s hotels are located within the self-contained streets around 8th and 9th Avenue. You can also head towards the harbor to get views of the gentle blue waters of the sea. One of the best aspects of Skagway are the numerous day trips you can take, meaning that wherever you choose to base yourself you are never far away from the next adventure. How to get to Skagway, AK (SGY)The nearest major airport to Skagway can be found at Juneau, which is 100 miles to the south. Skagway is only large enough to receive light commuter flights, which run daily from Juneau (weather permitting). To get to Juneau, you will need to go via Seattle or Anchorage – the only 2 airports that serve Juneau. Once at Skagway, there are a variety of options for further travel; from sightseeing helicopter excursions to small aircraft flights to jeep and car rental. There is also a shuttle service that goes to Whitehorse, as well as a number of buses that offer daytrips to surrounding attractions.
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"Nice cozy clean and complete room. We recommend all Westmark Inn."
A Traveller, Sep 2014, CA