Everything about the inn was perfect - our room (the governor's suite) was spacious, the bed was incredibly soft and the soaking tub was big enough for two. Every breakfast was a feast and the conversation at the table was always entertaining. The owners helped us decide what to do each day and Juneau had plenty of options. We'd love to return!
Our group of three couples had an excellent stay at Alaska's Capital Inn B&B. The location can't be beat as you are in the heart of downtown and most locations are well within walking distance. Our hosts went above and beyond to help us upon arrival to beyond departure. I highly recommend this experience.
I chose this b&b because of its proximity to the docks. However, I enjoyed much more with the personal and prompt service of the owner including driving me to the docks. The bed was very comfortable and the room adequate in size to enjoy a restful stay. The breakfast was very good and satisfying with good conversation among the guests at the one table shared for breakfast.
My husband and I were delighted when we entered the beautifully restored mansion that is the Alaska Capital Inn. Our room was light, bright and elegant, full of thoughtful touches like fresh flowers, chocolates on the pillows, robes in the closet. Downstairs there was wine on the dining table for guests to pour for themselves, and an array of home-made goodies, available throughout the day. Linda, the owner, was a lovely hostess, very welcoming and helpful. She's also an excellent cook - sourdough pancakes, rhubarb-walnut muffins - we always looked forward to breakfast. The house was in a lovely, quiet spot, an easy walk into town. We loved it.
We absolutely loved our stay at Alaska's Capital Inn B&B in Juneau. The innkeepers were gracious, welcoming, attentive and helpful in every way. The breakfasts were delicious and plenty hearty to prepare us to enjoy downtown Juneau, the 4th of July fireworks, and the Mendenhall Glacier. I highly recommend this property. I saw no other property in downtown Juneau that I thought would have been better (or even equivalent.)
The Alaska Capital Inn is by far the best place to stay in downtown Juneau. Linda and Mark are fantastic hosts; the rooms are clean and comfortable; the inn is centrally located to the town, capital, channel, hiking, ...
I was upgraded to a room with a better view and there was no doubt the view was spectacular with the back drop of the mountains and that was with cloud and rain.The cityscape across the water was gorgeous with the night lights on the water. The room was spacious, the bed more than exceptional, (luxurious fits the bill) and the bathroom was very tastefully appointed. The jetted tub was massive and meant for 2. There is a shower and it was adequate for my needs. For a weekend getaway, or stay on your way somewhere else, I'd recommend this location.
Linda was an amazing host, the breakfast at the inn was delicious and she really went out of her way to assist us in our bookings. The whole inn has a cosy and warm environment, there were plenty of opportunities to interact with other guests, and it made us feel at home. Overall, we really loved our stay!
Fabulous 4-day stay at Alaska's Capital Inn...central location to everything we wanted to do/see/taste. Breakfasts are superb and varied...and you get dessert, too! The property is gorgeous and the beds are very comfortable. We had an amazing stay and would return in a heartbeat. This is the place to stay in Juneau!
Wonderful hosts, excellent breakfasts. Loved that our hosts would enjoy breakfast with us, and be so helpful in sharing stories of Alaska and Juneau, and answering questions. Loved her story of the humpback whale eyeing her under her kayak! And the muffins, especially liked the rhubarb/walnut ones! Be sure to get her recipe book! We would always stay there when return to Juneau!
Susan was VERY accommodating!!! Made sure we had everything and then some. Property is very peaceful and the landscaping was nice (hummingbirds directly outside our front door amongst the flowers). We had a waterfront room and each morning a bald eagle was our "greeter".
We live here and booked a getaway at the Capital Inn before the summer crowds arrive. It was absolutely wonderful. As citizens of Juneau, it was great to see what good ambassadors of Southeast Alaska the hosts are. Linda is well-connected to community life and events, and knowledgeable of the history of our town and surrounding areas. The facilities are top-notch and the breakfast is superb, as other reviewers have noted. We stayed in the top floor room, which was delightful. If you want not only a fantastic B&B but also a window into this corner of the world, you will enjoy the Capital Inn. It elevates a visit to Juneau/ Southeast AK from tourism to travel.
I had the most exquisite stay at the Alaska's Capital Inn Bed & Breakfast. Linda & Mark provide a welcoming and home-like stay for a weary business traveler. I had a perfect night's sleep after complementary hot chocolate and a bit of wine only to wake up to an absolutely stunning view of the fir covered mountains and the city. Linda serves culinary delights each morning for a well-balanced and filling breakfast to start each day. The Inn is well maintained and thoughtfully appointed in every way. A wonderful place to stay at a terrific value.
Linda and Mark were the perfect hosts and made our stay in Juneau feel like home away from home. Comfortable, welcoming and incredible breakfasts. They even packed us lunch on the day we left for our ferry to Skagway.
I'd heard wonderful things about this place, and still I was impressed. The house smelled wonderful upon arrival and stayed smelling wonderful throughout the trip - they are fantastic chefs! Linda greeted me at the door by name after my 9pm flight in and showed me the place, including answering a couple of my historical questions about the house. The bed was extremely comfortable, free wi-fi, and one of my only regrets was not making enough time to soak in the clawfoot tub and use the essential oils they provide! I did appreciate the bathrobe. The location cannot be beat if you're in town for legislative work - I made my appointments at the capitol by leaving the house 5 minutes prior with time to hang my jacket. And, the FOOD! Breakfast the first morning included a fruit cup of cantaloupe, followed by quiche, hash brown, ham, and a maple walnut muffin baked that morning. The next day started with a kiwi banana fruit cup, with a made-to-order vegetable omelet with rosemary parmesan potatotes and bacon. The fresh muffin was blueberry lemon. I wanted to stay and eat all day. Linda and Mark were kind, welcoming, accommodating, and overall fantastic.
After 7 days on the water on a small boat cruise, we returned to Juneau and checked into Alaska's Capital Inn, a quiet and restful B&B. Linda and Mark both have a wealth of knowledge about southeast Alaska which they are willing to share. Linda, while not being intrusive, was always cheerful and willing to help out with dinner reservations, excursions, etc. The hosts put a lot of effort into creative and delicious breakfasts. There were always home-baked cookies and other goodies available. The evening scotch and wine was an added bonus! We definitely would not hesitate to stay there again.
My wife and I stayed recently for two nights at the end of a cruise up the Inside Passage. Everything was good - location, room size, comfort, hospitality of hosts, access, etc. Linda and Mark are very welcoming and go out of their way to be helpful eg booking taxis, making snacks available.
It was a lovely Victorian home flooded with charming antiques and located close to downtown Juneau without the traffic. Our hosts were gracious and accommodating and provided us with a delicious breakfast that included sourdough pancakes - delicious! Our room had a wonderful jetted tub and lovely views. We look forward to staying there again.
Amazing location, 5 min downtown (restaurants/shops) and 5-10min by foot to trail heads (mount Roberts). great breakfast and host, Carol took perfect care of us. Room was nice, a bit small but very lovely and cosy! cookies and muffins, tea and coffee available all day and night in the main house.
We had an enjoyable stay at the Capital Inn B&B in Juneau. The breakfast was extra special, delicious mains including homemade quiche, banana pancakes which included muffins and granola. In the afternoon we had wine, scrumptious cookies and as a special treat Alaska brews. Our room was very comfortable and roomy with a city view. Linda and Mark were very hospitable going above and beyond to even wash my wife's clothes when she fell in the mud during a hike. We look forward to visiting the Capitol Inn again!
Location is great near all the attractions by walking. Service is the better you can imagine, always clean, excellent food especially breakfast however there is always tea, coffee, wine and delicious home made cookies. Kindness and generosity is awesome, and you can tell that the owners love their job. I would definitely recommend it.
I loved staying here! I an a travel agent specializing in Alaska so I wanted to check it out before recommending to clients. For people who like ambiance, antiques, history, and great food and service, this a wonderful charming place to stay. Linda's breakfasts were wonderful and she went out of her way to accommodate my dairy-free diet. The bed was very comfortable and I loved having a living area, books, Tv- it felt like home. I usually like to stay under the radar while traveling and I felt I had all the privacy I wanted, yet the other guests were fun when I felt like socializing. Walking to the health food store and downtown is also important to me in Juneau, so this place is a winner. Patty www.alaskaandbeyond.com
3 of us were just there visiting Alaska on a whole driving excursion and Juneau was our last stop on the itinerary. I booked the two queen villa and it was lovely and perfect for three people. Susan is an absolute lovely woman and she made us feel extremely comfortable. The actual room itself was clean, cozy and spacious. Susan served breakfast (bagel, muffins, scones) and there was a coffee maker, fridge, microwave in the room which was great. The views from her back yard are amazing, it was so easy to doze off in the Adirondack chairs listening to the water and the boats go by. We even had a bonfire on the beach one night. The Inn is at least a mile walk into town (Juneau) which actually isn't a bad walk. I enjoyed it. Overall, this place was amazing and next time we are in Juneau, we'll absolutely stay at the Beachside Villa!