How do I get to the Seward Resort?
Guests often ask us what their travel options are when planning a trip to Alaska.
We have put together some information and links to web sites that may be useful to help get you started.
Take a motor coach or the famous Alaska Railroad and ride in comfort!
We offer a discount for transportation via motorcoach and rail.
Call us for information and prices!
We are located at 2305 Dimond Blvd in Seward, Alaska and easily accessible via the
Seward Highway. Seward is approximately 120 miles south of Anchorage, home of Alaska'a
largest international airport.
For detailed information on commercial flights arriving and departing from Anchorage,
please visit: www.anchorageairport.com
For information on Space-A flights, please visit: Elmendorf AFB
From Anchorage, Alaska's largest city, take the Seward Highway (AK1) south to AK 9. Continue south until you get to the
Seward City Limit sign. Take the first right on Hemlock. At the stop sign, turn left on Dimond. The Resort is on the right. The Registration Desk is located in the main building complex. If you pull into the circular drive, it is located up the steps to
the deck, through the double doors on your left. To see a map of the Seward area, click here!
Seward, Alaska: Lat 60.10417 N, Long 149.44222 W
Taking the train
Call us to book a ride on the rails at the Seward Resort discounted rate!
You may choose to take the train from Anchorage or Fairbanks to Seward for a slow, scenic ride. The train depot is
approximately one mile from the Resort. Taxi cabs are available to transport passengers and luggage from the depot to the
For detailed information on arriving and departing trips from Anchorage, Seward, or Fairbanks, please visit:
Taking the Alaska Marine Highway System
The ferry system can take you to various ports. For detailed information, schedules, and rates, visit the official web site of the
Alaska Marine Highway System: www.dot.state.ak.us/amhs
Cruise ships also make Seward a port-of-call. Talk to your travel agent about this option.