Historic Skagway Inn, Skagway, Alaska
Built in 1897 as a brothel, this historic inn has, over the years, also been a family home, a boarding house and finally, a country inn. Today, the property offers modern accommodation within the Klondike Gold Rush National Park historic district. It is located within easy walking distance of all Skagway's attractions.
Each guest room has free wireless Internet access and bathrobes. A full, hot breakfast is included each morning, and courtesy transfers can be arranged in advance from the train station, ferry terminal or airport. Parking is available free of charge.