Lodging on Kodiak Island runs the gamut from cozy B&Bs to chain motels. You may also choose to fly out to a remote lodge for an all-inclusive Alaskan-style resort experience. Regardless of your budget, you’ll find a place to lay your head in Kodiak. The Visitors Bureau will help you sort out your lodging options.
It is important to note that during special events such as Crab Fest (Memorial Day Weekend), it is imperative that you call several weeks or months ahead to reserve your room. During peak season (end of June through September), it is strongly recommended that you make reservations early. Some properties are booked as far as one year in advance, so plan ahead as far as practical. It is not a good idea to show up in Kodiak without lodging reservations.
Six day guided fly-fishing, bear viewing & nature hiking on the remote Ayakulik River. Comfortable lodging & professional guide service providing the best river fishing and bear viewing in Alaska with over 25 years of experience... More »
Freshwater fly fishing, saltwater fishing, bear viewing and activities for the whole family. Full service lodge and river camps. Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge guide permit since 1985 and U. S. Coast Guard licensed since 1983... More »
Looking for a great place to stay? You just found it! Whether coming to Kodiak to fish, kayak, for business or just to relax the Roadhouse offers amenities for a true Alaskan experience. Offering spacious rooms, full kitchen, and laundry facilities... More »
Immerse yourself in nature with a wilderness adventure like no other! Your private lodge with a million dollar view is fully furnished. A customized, quality experience for YOU is our priority. Self-catered... More »
Relax in this lovely, oceanfront bed and breakfast with a peaceful garden, fresh cookies, photo gallery, easy walk to town and free wifi. Watch eagles, boats and sea otters. Your hosts: Marion and Marty Owen, longtime Kodiak residents... More »