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Starting at $200 per room per night
Sitka, Alaska, 99835, United States
Starting at $1,000 per person per night
Experience an Alaska fishing lodge that sets the service standard for all Alaska fishing lodges. Enjoy an Alaska fishing lodge that meets and exceeds all of your expectations. By design, this private island oasis, aims to enhance the Alaska vacation experience with a greater level of comfort, service and an attentive personal touches that truly sets Talon Lodge & Spa apart from all of the other Alaska lodges that host anglers and adventure vacation travelers.
Unique Features: Resort amenities and services are delivered and enhanced by real gourmet cuisine, a one-of-a-kind wellness and spa facility, and a phenomenal array of adventure activities.
Accommodations: The guest cabins, Spruce House and Cedar House, each offer three bedrooms. There are also four private rooms that have private baths. The Bluff House, with an exclusive view of Mt Edgecumbe, is a luxury three-bedroom home with a private hot tub. The Bluff House accommodates groups of six. All of our accommodations are designed for double occupancy, per room, which means there will never be more than 24-guest guests on the island at a time.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Bluff House. The main lodge building features a comfortable lounge area and a spacious deck with plenty of space to kick back and enjoy a spectacular view of Alaska’s Inside Passage.
Dining: When you’re a guest at Talon Lodge, all of your meals are included. Your specially prepared breakfasts will leave you well prepared to tackle the day, and you’ll enjoy a unique lunch while you’re fishing and wildlife viewing. Then, when you return from a full day of excellent fishing, you’ll be welcomed back to the resort island lodge with an Alaska gourmet dinner featuring a fresh local specialty like Alaska King Salmon, Halibut, Crab and all of the other Alaska treasures found near Talon Lodge.
Activities: Experience Alaska best saltwater sportfishing, wild Alaska freshwater stream fishing, hiking, kayaking, whale watching, crabbing, or just taking in the Alaska theater with a good book. Guests also enjoy a fully equipped Alaska fishing fleet and experienced captains, freshwater fly fishing equipment and guides and Alaska adventure offerings such as ATV safari’s and simply enjoying the Alaska theater.
Spa & Fitness: Enjoy soothing treatments at the Spa. Talon Lodge & Spa’s most unique offering is the private island with its natural sand beach and stunning Alaska vistas and views. This private island setting provides awe-inspiring views of Sitka, Mount Edgecumbe, Pacific Ocean and Alaska’s Inside Passage.
Location: The Lodge is located in Sitka, Alaska. Ancestral home of the Tlingit, captured by Russians, sold to the Americans, Sitka carries the legacy of each. This fascinating heritage is well documented in local museums housing rare historic archives and artifacts. Sitka boasts 24 attractions listed on the National Register of Historic Places, seven of which are National Historic Landmarks.
Closest Airport: The nearest major airport is Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport (SIT / PASI). This airport has domestic flights and is 1 mile from the center of Sitka, AK. Another major airport is Angoon Seaplane Base (AGN / PAGN), which has domestic flights from Angoon, Alaska and is 42 miles from Sitka, AK.
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: No. No, unfortunately pets are not allowed.
Weddings: No, they don’t normally host weddings, although they may by special request.
Meetings: No, unfortunately, they don’t have the facilities to handle large business meetings or conferences.
Extra Info: Russian explorers settled Old Sitka in 1799, naming it Fort of Archangel Michael. The governor of Russian America, Alexander Baranov, arrived under the auspices of the Russian-American Company, a colonial trading company chartered by Tsar Paul I. In June 1802, Tlingit warriors destroyed the original settlement, killing many of the Russians, with only a few managing to escape. Baranov was forced to levy 10,000 rubles in ransom for the safe return of the surviving settlers.