Hotel Alternatives in Glacier Bay, Alaska
Include a stay in a local bed and breakfast when you visit Glacier Bay National Park. Accessible only by plane or boat, the phenomenal, watery wilderness of the Park is well worth the effort it takes to get here. This very popular destination is serviced by the nearby town of Gustavus and is located in the state’s Inside Passage.
Glacier Bay is full of inlets, fjords, and wildlife such as humpback whales, orcas, black bears, mountain goats, sea lions, tufted puffins, and bald eagles, and the 16 glaciers fill the sea with icebergs of all shapes and sizes. Visitors to the area have the opportunity to experience the bay through both boat tours and kayaking. Bartlett Cove is the park headquarters and offers a jumping off point for several trails and adventures.
No matter how you spend you days, we hope you will take the time to tell us all about your stay!