Seward Windsong Lodge

31772 Hermann Leirer Road, Mile 0.5, Exit Glacier Road, Seward, 99664-2301, AK

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Get a taste of the great outdoors at this spacious lodge 4 miles north of downtown Seward. Set back in the trees along the winding highway to Exit Glacier, The Windsong Lodge offers spacious suites that are ideal for a family. You’ll find two queen beds and a twin bed in a bright and airy room that includes such amenities as two flat screen TVs, DVD player, microwave, Wi-Fi and a Jacuzzi tub. One of the onsite restaurants, Resurrection Roadhouse, specializes in local Alaskan dishes, while the other, Goliath Bar and Grill, is known for its wide range of Alaskan beers. The Lodge runs a free shuttle into Seward if you want other dining options.

The Lodge is in a beautiful river valley, surrounded by mountains and trees and not much else. There is one other restaurant, Salmon Bake Restaurant and Pub, in the area. Continuing down the highway for another 8 miles brings you to the Exit Glacier Nature Center, where you can access several trails to view the glacier. You’ll find shops and restaurants back in downtown Seward, as well as the kid-favorite Alaska Sealife Center, the largest aquarium in the state. Set off on a family adventure in the nearby Kenai Fjords National Park or take a trip to Holgate Glacier with a guided tour that starts on the Seward waterfront. For its gorgeous setting and family-friendly suites, the Seward Windsong Lodge is a great choice for your Alaskan family vacation.

Our Editor Loves

  • Log-style furniture
  • Two onsite restaurants
  • Beautiful mountain scenery

Family Interests

  • Beach
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Sailing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • DVD
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Onsite Dining


2 Nights in Seward

by jmacch

My wife and I recently stayed for 2 nights with friends at the Windsong Lodge while on a cruise tour in Alaska. The accommodations were fairly average. The rooms were clean and kept up well. We happened to stay here as Princess Cruises had a problem with their lodge due to fires in the area and moved us to this lodge. The restaurant on the site were not impressive.

Rooms verses restaurant

by Teri L

The rooms were ok, but the restaurant was outstanding. We ate dinner there and ate complimentary breakfast and both were great. It was included in our Greyline tour, but would reccomend it anyway. The lodge part was f hotel was gorgeous. Rooms could use some extra sprucing up.