Just ate at the Ft. Seward for the second time this year. Yes the prices are high, but I had one of the best burgers ever!
We had resesrvations at the lodge but when we arrived there was no one there to meet us. Our cab driver was very helpful. He spent about 15 minutes finding someone to let us in. The restaurant was closed and they do not serve breakfast....More
My husband and I stayed at the Fort Seward Lodge for a week in Haines. We were impressed with the young couple running the place, a 110 year old military building. If you are looking for a true Alaskan experience then you've got to check...More
I recommend eating in, this place has rude wait staff in fact drunk wait staff that has no idea what is on the menu, beer tasted stale. Awful awful experience dont go here. Crab was not fresh...weird because it doesnt get any fresher in alaska.
Waitstaff is severely lacking and the place is not that impressive overall. Rooms are definitely not worth it. Reminiscent of a 1970's paneled nightmare. The food however is worth the trip. We actually tipped the chef while only leaving standard gratuity for the waitress. Young...More
Our family ate on October 2 this year. The waitress didn't knew the menu so she had to go back in the kitchen & ask the cooks. We had fish&chips and the Captain platter. All deep fried, and my platter only had a baked potatoe,...More
The location is great, as is the view of the Lynn Canal. Service was friendly.Some of us partook in the 'all you can eat' crab dinner. The 'fresh daily' part of the crab was somewhat suspect . The clarified butter supplied did not taste like...More
Our visit to Haines was supplimented by our accommodations at the Fort Seward Lodge. We chose the kitchen units that face Lynn Canal, the marina and cruise ship dock. The location has to be one of the best bets available to tourists visiting Haines. The...More