The Westmark Sitka Hotel (3*) located near the harbor in the heart of downtown, offers comfortable lodging and fine dining in an environment designed to reflect these local cultural influences. The hotel offers simple but comfortable accommodations, decorated in local Native art. The Raven Dining Room and Kadataan Lounge are considered by residents to be the best in town. For those who want to work out the hotel provide a fitness center.
The Westmark Sitka Hotel is located within short walking distance of St. Michael's, the local Russian Orthodox Church, the Sheet'ka Kwaan Naa Kahidi Community House, the picturesque boat harbor, great fishing, shopping, and "Totem Park." Accommodations are comfortable and roomy. Enjoy the beautiful view as you experience the fine dining in The Raven Dining Room restaurant or check out the casual and friendly atmosphere in the Kadataan Lounge. Hotel facilities include: 105 rooms and suites, room service, harbour & mountain views, coin-operated laudry service, free parking, fitness center. The hotel is smoke free environment.
Rooms are comfortable and spacious. Each room is equipped with private bathroom, TV, phone, hairdryer, iron/ironing, coffee maker and alarm clock.
The Raven Dining Room and the Kadataan Lounge are considered by the residents to be the best in town. Specializing in local Seafood Cuisine, featuring Alaskan Halibut, Alaskan Salmon, Crab, and Shrimp. Truly experience the taste of Alaska at the Westmark Sitka.
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