Alaskan Hotel and Bar

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The 1913 hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman who was driven to prostitution when she ran out of money because her husband had left to mine in the hills. When he returned and found out what she was doing, he killed her in the hotel. Folks have seen and felt her ghost, especially in rooms 218 and 219. A restroom in the hotel is said to sometimes change from old-fashioned style and fixtures to brand-new updated ones, and back again.

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167 S Franklin St
Juneau, Alaska 99801
United States

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58.30031578724179, -134.4050597754631
Juneau County
Nearest Towns:
Juneau, AK (0.5 mi.)
Cube Cove, AK (27.6 mi.)
Tenakee Springs, AK (46.6 mi.)
Angoon, AK (55.5 mi.)
Mud Bay, AK (68.8 mi.)

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  1. Wooo I just stayed in Room 323. I am a travel RN and I don’t know who was in the room but they were doing some heavy breathing and my bedside lamp kept turning itself on and off all night.

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