About the Area
We welcome visitors to Prince of Wales Island in Alaska, whether you are here on vacation or for work. Take advantage of the area’s natural resources for the time you do have, whether a week spent fishing or an hour looking at one of the numerous lakes. While you are here, let us make you comfortable at our hotel [link home page] and we invite you to use your room as your base of operations.
Welcome to Those Vacationing or Working
The wild beauty of Prince of Wales Island in Alaska is yours to enjoy, from the 1,000 miles of coastline to the rugged beauty of caves in the northeast to the plentiful salmon and black bears in the south. Discover chains of inland lakes, karst formations, and small communities.
The options are varied for those vacationing here. Kayak the coastline, watch salmon climb fish ladders, or hike the Tongass National Forest. One of the events the area is best-known for is the annual Prince of Wales Island Marathon, Half Marathon and Relays, which usually takes place during the fourth weekend in May.
Others are here to work, not play. Our hotel is home to people in mining and logging. You are here to put up cell phone towers and put in roads. You come from other parts of Alaska, as well as the other 49 states, and countries around the globe. We are happy to see you and are here to serve you with our hospitality.
Contact us today to book a hotel room or cabin during your time in the area. Our hotel accommodates guests visiting the City of Craig and Prince of Wales Island in Alaska.