|Most expensive month:||July|
|Average price in Seward:||$144/night|
|Absolute cheapest price found:||$42/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
Hotel Seward is a very popular hotel in Seward with a score of 8.1 from 741 reviews. Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel (7.6 from 271 reviews) and Harbor 360 Hotel Seward (8.7 from 674 reviews) are also highly rated Seward hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Hotel Seward is a popular hotel near Alaska SeaLife Center that is highly recommended, with a score of 8.1 across 741 reviews.
There are several great hotel options in this popular street that will put you right in the heart of Seward, and close to some of the city’s best attractions. This avenue leads from downtown Seward all way to Anchorage. One of the top hotels in Seward is the Fourth Avenue Lodging, located on 215 Fourth Avenue right in the center of Seward. Nestled at the foot of Mt. Marathon, this self-catering getaway is just near from Seward Airport, making it ideal for visitors who are looking to stay close to their airport without giving up some of the city’s top attractions. If you are looking for cheap hotels in Seward, a great choice would be The Breeze Inn that is located at 303 North Harbor. Another excellent budget-friendly hotel is Hotel Seward on 221 5th Avenue. This hotel offers free parking for its guests and is located within walking distance from popular restaurants such as Chinooks Waterfront Restaurant. Nearby attractions to these Seward Hotels include the Resurrection Lutheran Church and Benny Benson Memorial.
If you are coming to Seward with your young ones, you are most likely going to search for a facility that provides large rooms, an onsite restaurant, a swimming pool, and is probably open to letting you bring your family pet along too. Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel is a perfect option for visitors looking for family-friendly hotels in Seward. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, guests at this non-smoking hotel can enjoy free breakfast, free high-speed Internet, as well as free parking. While staying at Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel, be sure to check out some of the nearby cafes like the Zudy’s Café, The Sea Bean, and Resurrection Art Coffee House. One of the attractions near the hotel is the popular Two Lakes Park.
A great way to find some tranquility during your stay in Seward is to book hotels in Seward that are in the city suburbs. These areas will still place you in close proximity to some of Seward’s attractions. Seward Windsong Lodge is located at 31772 Hermann Leirer Road Mile and offers visitors the perfect retreat in the river valley. Sandwiched by mountains, you can enjoy activities like fishing and hiking among other children-friendly activities. The hotel offers free shuttle or taxi services to and from the airport. Another great choice for quiet hotels in Seward is the Box Canyon Cabins that features six rental cabins, a children’s play area, a picnic area, as well as a stream-fed pond that is surrounded by well-manicured grounds.
Seward’s misty harbor location inspires two popular themes in this little town’s best eateries: soul-warming cuisines and fresh seafood. Ray’s Waterfront Restaurant is located on 1316 Fourth Avenue and is famous for its steaks and delicious seafood. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy their meals while conversing or admiring the breathtaking mountain view. You will never go wrong with their crab cake appetizer. The Cookery is located on 5th Avenue, across town, and is popular for its creative dishes that are mostly prepared using local Alaskan ingredients. While here, you can enjoy fresh seafood and oysters, local farm-produced meats as well as fresh local veggies. And if you are looking for a break from the bucket o'halibut, be sure to head straight to 4Th Avenue for Woody’s Thai Kitchen. Here, you will enjoy perfectly made Thai dishes that are complemented with freshly cooked local veggies, all served in generous portions.