Centrally located in downtown Juneau, the historic Baranof Hotel, BW Signature Collection was built in 1939 and stands out among all hotels in Alaska’s state capital. Just steps from Juneau’s waterfront, cruise ship docks, boutique shopping, the State Capitol building and government offices, the Baranof Hotel, BW Signature Collection offers premier accommodations for the business or leisure traveler.
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The elegant, art-deco public areas welcome guests with original artwork by acclaimed Alaska artists Eustace Ziegler and Sydney Laurence. Complimentary wireless internet throughout the hotel makes it easy to stay connected and our lobby area is the perfect place to meet up with a friend or catch up on reading. The hotel also operates two distinct dining options guaranteed to satisfy any traveler’s palate and is home to Heritage Coffee Roasting Company café.
The Baranof Hotel, BW Signature Collection also offers more than 5,000 square feet of meeting room space, full service catering and 215 rooms, making it the ideal venue for meetings, conferences and small or large functions.
Pets not accepted.
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.
Restaurant on-site, 127, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner
Cocktail lounge, The Bubble Room, serves dinner
Exercise facility, 24 hours, free
Weight lifting equipment
24-hour front desk
Concierge, service available May through September
Multilingual staff, English, Spanish, Tagalog
Porterage/bell services, services available May through September
Guest laundry, 24 hours, fee of $3.00
Laundromat, fee of $3.00 to wash and $3.00 to dry, guest access only
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access
Fax services, first page is complimentary and the second page is a fee of $3.00.
Photocopy, nominal fee
Coffee shop, Heritage Coffee Company
Physically challenged facilities
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Parking for the physically challenged, 24 hours, free
Ice/vending machines, ice Machines are located on the following floors 2, 4,7,8,9. Vending Machine is located on the 3rd floor.
0.2 mile(s) from Sealaska Corporation, A Native Institution owned by more than 22,000 shareholders.
12.7 mile(s) from Mendenhall Glacier, No visit to Juneau is complete without a close-up look at the Mendenhall Glacier. The Juneau Icefield's most visible ambassador, 13-mile long Mendenhall Glacier ends at Mendenhall Lake and is easily viewed from the Forest Service's historic visitor center. Here's what you'll find here:
Modern, accessible visitor center (nominal entry fee, federal rec passes accepted) with movie every 20 minutes, interactive exhibits, telescopes, ranger talks, children’s activities and bookstore
Spectacular views of Mendenhall Glacier and icebergs floating in the lake
Trails, easy to moderate, through the forest and along the lake
Wildlife-- mountain goats, bears, beavers, spawning salmon in season
Nugget Falls cascading down the mountainside near the glacier
No food or drink other than water, May through September due to bear activity.
Bus tour or taxi from downtown Juneau, 12 miles
Taxi from Auke Bay Ferry Terminal, 7 miles
Taxi from Juneau Airport, 5 miles
City bus stops 1 1/4 miles from the vis
45 mile(s) from Tracy Arm Fjord, It is named after the Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Franklin Tracy.Tracy Arm is the heart of the Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness, designated by the United States Congress in 1980.
Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness contains 653,179 acres and consists of two deep and narrow fjords: Tracy Arm and Endicott Arm. Both fjords are over 30 miles (48 km) long and one-fifth of their area is covered in ice. During the summer, the fjords have considerable floating ice ranging from hand-sized to pieces as large as a three-story building. During the most recent glaciated period, both fjords were filled with active glaciers.
8.1 mile(s) from Glacier Gardens, A unique Alaskan botanical gardens feature the one-of-a-kind Flower Towers and are set within the mighty Tongass National Forest. A fully guided tour escorts you through lush garden creations, and offers educational information for understanding the temperate rainforest’s fascinating ecosystem and diverse plant and animal life. Easily accessible covered vehicles transport you to stunning panoramic views of Juneau, Alaska, in a botanical garden setting unlike anything you ever expected to find in the Last Frontier.
.4 mile(s) from Mount Roberts Tramway, The Mount Roberts Tramway is an aerial tramway located just south of downtown Juneau in the U.S. state of Alaska. In operation since 1996, the tram makes a six-minute ascent of 3,819-foot Mount Roberts from the cruise ship docks to a height of about 1,800 fee
.5 mile(s) from Alaska State Museum
127, on premises, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
Bubble Room, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: dinner,
11.1 mile(s) from University of Alaska Juneau, UAS
100 mile(s) from Sitka
600 mile(s) from Anchorage
733 mile(s) from Fairbanks
7.5 mile(s) from Fred Meyer
6.1 mile(s) from Costco Wholesale
8.2 mile(s) from Sportman's Warehouse
600 mile(s) from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport