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0.6 miles from Cruise Port

Holiday Inn Express Seward
Holiday Inn Express Seward
1412 4th Avenue,
Seward, AK 99664 US

Holiday Inn Express Seward is next to the harbor and historic downtown district and approximately 125 miles south of Anchorage International Airport. On the Kenai Peninsula, this hotel is a mile or so from Seward Regional Airport, glacier and wildlife cruises, shopping, the Alaska Sea Life Center, Resurrection Bay...More

1.4 miles from Cruise Port

Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel
Best Western Plus Edgewater
5th and Railway Avenue,
Seward, AK 99664 US

This hotel in Seward, Alaska directly overlooks Resurrection Bay and offers a free shuttle service and complimentary breakfast.The BEST WESTERN PLUS Edgewater Hotel takes great pride in offering outstanding customer service and amenities. This hotel places guests in the heart of downtown Seward and walking distance...More

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About the Port of Seward

The Port of Seward, located on the Kenai peninsula of Alaska, plays a crucial role in the local economy of the adjacent town of Seward. The port is the focal point of any goods coming in or out of the area, including millions of dollars worth of local fish. Located in southern Alaska, the port makes an attractive destination for cruise ships entering Alaskan waters. Many cruise ships stop at Seward so passengers can journey further into Alaska's interior to see other popular highlights, such as Kenai Fjords National Park or Denali National Park. Seward is also accessible via various other transportation methods, including rail and road.

Despite the city's small size and population, Seward is home to a variety of great attractions and amenities. The quaint town rests at the bottom of Mount Marathon, a popular destination for hikers. The town is rich with historic charm and unique stores. The town is also home to the Alaska SeaLife Center, which serves as a marine mammal rehabilitation center for injured and sick animals. The center is also an important research facility in the region. At the center, visis history through photographs and local art. The museum also displays information about the devastating Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989.tors may wander among a variety of public exhibits, including tanks with regional animals such as the Giant Pacific Octopus. The Seward Museum gives visitors an overview of the town'

The port and nearby town are both named after William Seward. Seward served as the Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln and was responsible for the original purchase of Alaska from Russia. The small town is currently home to about 3,000 citizens.