Alaskan Hotel and Bar
Alaska Heritage Resources Survey
|Location||167 South Franklin Street, Juneau, Alaska|
|Area||less than one acre|
|Built by||McCloskey Brothers; Jules B. Caro|
|Part of||Juneau Downtown Historic District (#94000603)|
|NRHP reference #||78000526|
|Added to NRHP||October 25, 1978|
|Designated CP||June 17, 1994|
|Designated AHRS||May 10, 1977|
The Alaskan Hotel and Bar, also known as the Northlander Hotel and The Alaskan, is a historic establishment and the oldest operating hotel in Juneau, Alaska, its opening dating back to 1913. The owners, three miners who struck it rich in the nearby Coast Range, tied the hotel's keys to a helium balloon and released it, signifying that the hotel would never close. The building was briefly condemned in the 1970s, but was rehabilitated by new owners.
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