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Alaskan Suites

Lodging in Homer, Alaska
Private Cabins overlooking Homer and Kachemak Bay

“We'd been traveling through Alaska for nearly two weeks. Then we happened upon the newly opened Alaskan Suites, a true blessing on our trail. As my family of three drove by, we were immediately drawn in visually by the row of stunning and sturdy cabins. 

Although delightfully rustic, the cabins are brimming with class.”



Modern conveniences include DVD player and Surround Sound.



You will not miss that football game or wrestling match because our satellite system offers over 200 channels!

“Where can I begin in extolling the virtues of this cabin from heaven?! The quality of construction is immediately obvious, as is the cleanliness. Panel doors, tile floor in the bathroom, tastefully chosen lamps and ceiling fixtures, light-blocking window and door treatments, a dresser, (What a luxury!), soft, thirsty towels, exceptionally comfortable beds, a hair dryer, iron and ironing board, top drawn soap and shampoo, a gas grille on the roomy deck and, who would believe it - a Lazy Boy recliner for the weary traveler!”


Yes, our bathrooms are private! You wouldn't believe how many times I am asked that, or “Do you have running water?” Yes! In fact the tub and sink are of cultured marble. A hair dryer is also in each cabin.



Alaskan Suites is new and keeps everything fresh and up to date. You will find a new gas grill on your porch. We opened our Homer Alaska lodging in Summer of 2000 and already we've upgraded the grills alone four times! We have upgraded many other cabin amenities as well.

Each cabin sleeps up to five guests in two queen beds and a twin sleeper/sofa.”

“As if all this spaciousness and quality weren't enough, we were greeted with the only mints in all of Alaska's lodges AND homemade chocolate chip cookies AND a note to welcome us. All the warmth of Grandma's house!  The Alaskan Suites is an oasis of comfort, graciousness and inspiration.  Thanks for such a superb treat.

Anne Archer

PS.  I forgot to mention the breathtaking scenery right off the deck, too wondrous to portray with words...”