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We just stayed at the Capital Inn for four days and Linda and Mark were wonderful hosts! Lisa is a wonderful chef (she even made me a birthday cake on my big day!)
We will absolutely go stay in their B&B the next time we...More
Wonderful time! The Inn is cozy, beautifully-decorated and full of interesting historic pieces, including an old pedal organ and beautiful, original heating system from the house. Enjoyed hearing Linda & Mark's stories about their 4-year renovation of the Inn and life in Juneau. Hearty breakfasts...fresh...More
We stayed three nights at the Capital Inn in mid-September. It is a warm and welcoming home that is impeccably decorated with period everything - Stickley furniture, Tiffany-esque lighting, great big four-poster beds, and everything is absolutely neat and spiffy. Innkeepers Linda and Mark are...More
The Inn was very comfortable, felt like home. The breakfasts were amazing. Still getting used to dessert with breakfast LOL. Wine and snacks in the afternoon. Linda packed us a breakfast bag when we had an early adventure. Linda and Mark's stories were fun.
From the min we walked up the Alaska Capital Inn we overcome with a happy welcoming feeling. We were greeted by Mark and given the tour and shown to our room. We immediately felt at ease and were looking forward to the time we were...More
Response from flatrock1st | Property representative |
Yes, we have one room with two twin beds, we call the room, "The Focsle". We are located in the historic downtown area, well within walking distance to not only grocery stores, but shopping, museums, waterfront, restaurants... More
Yes, we have one room with two twin beds, we call the room, "The Focsle". We are located in the historic downtown area, well within walking distance to not only grocery stores, but shopping, museums, waterfront, restaurants, and the Mt. Roberts tramway. We offer our guests free passes to ride the tramway, thus saving you $35 per person! We also have a suite that will sleep three or four people, we call that room, "Lela's Suite" . You can see photos of each of our rooms and the Inn, on our website. Feel free to call us to book your room. Cheers! Linda