BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn
9300 Glacier Highway, Juneau, AK 99801-9315
Phone: 907/789-5005 | Fax: 907/789-2818 | 55 Rooms
Check Out Time: 12:00 PM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
This Juneau, AK hotel offers spacious rooms, friendly employees, complimentary services, and a convenient location.
The cozy and tidy non-smoking accommodations offer room service, cable satellite television, an HBO® movie channel, a coffeemaker, complimentary in-room toiletries, a hair dryer, free high-speed Internet access and much more. With room options for a variety of guests, choose from a standard room, computer room or two different styles of suites.
This hotel in Juneau, Alaska also offers a 24-hour courtesy airport shuttle, a fish and game freezer, a full-service business center, guest laundry and a 100% non-smoking environment. Guests of this Juneau motel can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast each day. Guest passes to the nearby fitness center are also provided with each stay.
Enjoy the serene and stunning natural surroundings while staying that this Juneau, Alaska motel. After just a short drive, the Mendenhall Glacier, Auke Bay recreational area, Perseverance Trail, Tracy Arm Glacier and Glacier Bay can each be explored. The Country Lane Inn's guests can also hit the slopes at Eaglecrest ski area, walk along the nearby scenic trails, golf at the Mendenhall Golf Course and fish at Auke Bay. Major shopping centers are also located within a quarter mile of the BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn.
Only eight miles from the State Capitol, these Juneau accommodations are close to many corporate locations and government offices - making this the perfect hotel to stay at for business travelers. Those visiting the University of Alaska, Southeast only have a short drive from this Juneau, Alaska hotel. Also just a couple minutes away from the Country Lane Inn is the Juneau international Airport and the Alaska Marine Highway ferry terminal.
For an affordable trip to Juneau, make an online reservation at the BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn today and save! Enjoy your stay.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke free property
- Complimentary continental breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, eggs, yogurt, juice, coffee, and hot items.
- Complimentary breakfast
- 24-hour front desk
- Computer available
- Gift shop or newsstand
- Airport courtesy shuttle available 24 hours, also the ferry terminal and downtown, courtesy phone available at airport in the baggage claim airport, scheduled van runs to and from the city center
- Guest laundry
- Baggage hold
- Ice/vending machines
- Free parking
- Business center
- Fax services
- Photocopy services
- Secretarial services
- Exterior corridor
- Complimentary coffee and tea available 24 hours
- Fresh baked cookies served daily
- Airline mileage program
- Dry cleaning
- Game freezer
- Long distance available
- High-speed Internet access
- Courtesy shuttle
BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western country lane inn in Juneau, Alaska is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 58.364085 / Latitude: -134.587485
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Egan Drive. Take a left at the traffic light by McDonald's onto Glacier Highway. After 2 traffic lights the BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn is on the right-hand side of the road.
From: The east. Follow Egan Drive. At the 2nd traffic light, take a right onto Mendenhall Loop Road. As Mendenhall Loop Road turns into Glacier Highway, you will see the BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn on the left.
BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Alaska State Capitol
On the corner of Main and 5th Street in downtown Juneau, you'll find the Alaska State Capitol Building.
Built in 1931, the Alaska State Capitol Building is home of the Alaska Legislature, and houses the offices of both the lieutenant governor and the real governor.
The Alaska State Capitol building replaced the original home of the Alaska Territorial Legislature – the Elks Lodge Hall in 1913.
Enjoy a unique experience in Alaska when you embark on a guided tour of the Alaska State Capitol – open from May 14th through September 18th.
Keep an eye open for the two clay fired sculptures in the lobby, both works from noted artist Joan Bugbee Jackson. Harvest of the Sea is one of the sculptures, and Harvest of the Land is the other.
Established in 1900, the Alaska State Museum has been collecting and preserving significant artifacts for the state of Alaska for over 100 years. After becoming the first concrete structure built in the state, the museum was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Today, the museum features over 27,000 objects on display, as well as the 6,000 piece collection from the Sheldon Jackson Museum. A staple of any Juneau visit, this museum is must-see for history buffs and curious passersby alike.
Alaska Brewing Company
Located in Alaska’s capital city of Juneau, the Alaskan Brewing Company has been brewing and shipping quality craft beers all over the U.S. since 1986.
And although the brewery has been located in the same building since then, it’s since expanded to over 35,000 square feet – now housing a gift shop and tasting bar.
Other attractions include taking an Alaskan Brewing Company tour and visiting nearby Alaskan Brewing Depot – filled with merchandise, barware, gifts, and more.
Guests can hop on the Liquid Alaska Tour for round trip shuttle service form the brewery to the depot in downtown Juneau.
A tidal island just southeast of Juneau, Douglas Island is an eclectic and charming destination. When there, you'll have wonderful views of the Gastineau Channel, you'll be able to cruise along the Juneau-Douglas Bridge, and take a peek at the remains of the Treadwell Gold Mine.
During a winter visit to the Douglas Island, you'll want to spend a day at the Eaglecrest Ski Area which yields access to nearly 640 acres for skiing – 34 alpine runs, three Nordic skiing loops, and vertical drops reaching nearly 1,400 feet high. On your spring or summer visit, be sure to check out the Perseverance Theatre and enjoy a live stage performance.
Encompassing over three million acres, the Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve protects some of the most iconic Alaskan sceneries.
Outdoor adventurers choose from sheltered fjords, miles of rainforest, and the signature glaciers calving into the breathtaking bays.
Located west of Juneau, the park also offers stunning vistas of the Alaskan wilderness along the Pacific Coast.
One of the most popular parks in the state, visitors to this park are sure to discover a wealth of experiences at this accessible national park.
Overlooking Juneau Bay in Alaska, the Jensen-Olson Arboretum has been open to the public since 2007. The arboretum’s founders utilize Juneau’s damp, cool climate to house native flower species from the Himalayas to the European countryside.
Due to the arboretum’s impressive collection of a certain genus, it was recently granted National Collection status by the North American Plant Collections Consortium. Guests can enjoy educational walkthroughs of the public garden and experience the great sightseeing opportunities.
A public, city owned airpark, the Juneau International Airport (JNU) is set in the southeastern panhandle of Alaska, and serves the capital city of Juneau. Covering 653 acres, JNU featuring one terminal and two airstrips – one asphalt runway and one water runway.
JNU is served by airlines like Alaska Airlines, SeaPort, and Wings of Alaska – plus minor airlines like Air Excursions, Ward Air, and Alaska Seaplane Services. JNU is also a former World War II army airfield.
Located in the capital city of Juneau, the Juneau-Douglas City Museum preserves an impressive collection of Alaskan historical artifacts. Due to Juneau’s location along Gastineau Channel, the museum houses a variety of maritime exhibits, like the Montana Creek Fish Trap – roughly 500 years old – and the Juneau hydropower exhibit.
Other featured exhibits include the Drilling & Mining: Hands-On Mining display and the Juneau: City Built on Gold educational video – each showcases the city’s extensive past as a mining community. Guests can take tours, join the museum on a Historic Downtown Walking Tour, and visit during one the of the many programs and special events.
Pay tribute to the last great gold rush with a visit to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, found north of Juneau in Skagway. Occupying vast tracts of beautiful forest land in the Alaskan Panhandle, the park offers plenty of history and outdoor activities in one spot.
Take on a ranger guided tour of the Skagway Historic District or tour the Dyea townsite and see what was once a booming gold mining town. Round out the visit by hitting the area's numerous hiking trails, including the Chilkoot Trail, or learn about the gold rush's history at the local museums.
Located in maritime city of Juneau, the Last Chance Mining Museum & Historical Park preserves and showcases historical artifacts from the city’s extensive gold mining history. On-site, visitors can explore actual mining buildings, equipment, and maps of the tunnels from over 100 years ago.
The Gastineau Channel Historical Society runs the historical park; helping to maintain the park for year-round visits. Guests can take guided hikes along Gold Creek, exploring past mining sites and viewing mining relics along the way.
Found along the Gastineau Channel, the Persevere Theatre is a charming and entertaining venue, playing host to a wide range of performances throughout the year. Southeast of Juneau, the capital of Alaska, the Perseverance Theatre is technically on Douglas Island. Founded in 1979, the Perseverance Theatre features a main stage and a second stage.
Some of the famous plays the Perseverance Theatre has featured are Hamlet, Macbeth, Equus, and even The Who's Tommy, a rock opera. When you choose to visit Alaska, and more specifically, Juneau, you'll be treated to the state's only professional theater, one dedicated to the development of the Alaskan art scene.
Encompassing more than 2,800 acres, Point Bridget State Park offers recreational enthusiasts in southern Alaska plenty of options for a fun day outside near Juneau. The Park can be found on the tip of Point Bridget, along the edge of Berners Bay.
The Alaska State Legislature established this incredible park in 1988, to protect the area's natural beauty. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the park's rocky beaches, incredible views from the cliffs, and the variety of wildlife while enjoy the hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing opportunities.
Sitka National Historical Park
Pay tribute to Russia's colonial legacy in North America with a visit to the Sitka National Historic Park, found south of Juneau.
Visit this historic site, which preserve the site of a battle between Russian traders and the indigenous Native Americans.
See traces of both heritages along the scenic coastal trail, which features totem poles and leads to the restored Russian Bishop's house.
Found in the capital city of Juneau, University of Alaska Southeast is a four-year public institution with extended campuses also located in Sitka and Ketchikan. UAS boasts four academic colleges, seven bachelor’s degree programs, and two master’s degree programs.
Notable buildings and site on the campus include the Charles Gamble Jr.-Donald Sperl Joint Use Facility, the William A. Egan Library, and “Spike,” the 12-foot bronze statue depicting the schools beloved mascot.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 4.00 mile(s) from Mendenhall Glacier
- 5.00 mile(s) from Auke Bay boat harbor
- 5.00 mile(s) from Gastineau Salmon Hatchery Visitors Center
- 6.00 mile(s) from Auke Bay recreational area
- 8.00 mile(s) from city center
- 8.00 mile(s) from Centennial Hall Visitor Center
- 8.00 mile(s) from State of Alaska Museum
- 8.00 mile(s) from the Capitol Building
- 8.00 mile(s) from Saint Nicholas Russian Church
- 8.00 mile(s) from Mount Roberts Tramway
- 8.00 mile(s) from City Museum
- 9.00 mile(s) from Shrine of Saint Therese
- 9.00 mile(s) from Perseverance Trail
- 19.00 mile(s) from Eagle Beach State Recreation Area
- 30.00 mile(s) from Tracy Arm Glacier
- 40.00 mile(s) from Glacier Bay
- 0.25 mile(s) from major shopping centers
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- 0.50 mile(s) from scenic walks and trails
- 2.00 mile(s) from Mendenhall Golf Course
- 5.00 mile(s) from fishing and sightseeing tours
- 20.00 mile(s) from Eaglecrest ski area
BEST WESTERN Country Lane Inn
Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Juneau. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
7th Annual Winter Weekend Film Festival
Hosted by the Skagway Arts Council, the 7th Annual Winter Weekend Film Festival is a celebration of regional and international films. All films are shown at the AB Hall.
43rd Annual Festival of Native Arts
Held on the campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the Festival of Native Arts is a premier area event. This year marks 43 years with traditional songs, dances, and arts & crafts.
23rd Annual Winter King Salmon Tournament
Take part in one of the most exciting fishing contests in all of Alaska – the 23rd Annual Winter King Salmon Tournament in the city of Homer. This one-day fishing bonanza features top anglers from across the state.
Ketchikan Hummingbird Festival
Celebrate the return of Alaska's migratory birds. Ideal of birdwatchers, the Ketchiakn Hummingbird Festival is known for sightings of the Rufous hummingbird.
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