Sitka Rock Suite removes the stress from the 'extended stay' dilemma by providing a clean, comfortable, fully furnished apartment, with your own private entrance, directly on magnificent Sitka Sound. Whether you are in Sitka on business, sport fishing or visiting family, watching the sunset from the deck of your suite will provide a soothing finale to your day.
Our suite provides every amenity of home. Our fully equipped kitchen encourages the home cooked meal. The separate sitting area allow you to spread out and get comfortable. The suite's free local phone, wireless internet and cable tv keep you connected with loved ones as well as the world. We have laundry facilities on the premises; no need to sit for hrs at the laundromat.
Your fully furnished suite has a deck area for outside enjoyment. This is a smoke/pet free environment.
Sitka Rock Suite is located at Halibut Point Road, 4 miles from the center of town.
TWO BEDROOM SUITE DESCRIPTION Suite C - This suite has a fully equipped kitchen, dining/living area with sofa and desk, and two separate bedrooms with either 2 twins or 1 king bed, 1 ½ bathrooms, and covered deck. Access to on-site laundry facilities.This suite (Suite C) is one of 10 in Sitka Rock Suites.
Our Waterfront Suite sits overlooking a rocky beach with wildlife at your fingertips.
Throughout the year there is always something happening in the water to entertain you from herring spawning along the shore, the herring fishery, with boats side by side vying for the harvest, to humpback and orca whales or eagles caring for their young ones from their nest on the island off your deck.
Halibut Point Recreational park is a 5 min walk from the suites. Here you can explore the beach and tide pools at low tides and walk in the woods. The town of Sitka boasts of many hiking trails in the Tongass National Forest.
The town of Sitka offers much more!
Nestled against the rugged peaks on the west side of Baranof Island in Southeast Alaska is Sitka, a jewel in the North Pacific. Rich in Tlingit and Russian history, blessed with abundant marine and wild life, great fishing and the Tongass National Forest, it it no wonder it ends up on the 'bucket list' of places to see.
The town of Sitka is both beautiful and historic, providing many sites of historic interest in picturesque beauty. The Tlingit (pronounced klink-et) Native Americans were the original settlers of this region. Travelers to Sitka can still enjoy learning about that culture at the Sheldon Jackson Museum, and a few local shops feature Tlingit hand-woven baskets, carvings, and art. A visit to the totems, some as high as 80 feet, in Sitka National Historical Park is a must.
The Russians were the first Europeans to settle on Baranof Island. After encounters with the Tlingit Indians, they established Sitka as the Russian capitol of territorial Alaska and the town became a center of trade in the fur business. When Russia sold Alaska to the U.S. in 1867 for $7.2 million, the transfer was signed in Sitka.
Reminders of Russian settlement are abundant in this town of 8,500 people. A walk around town, including stops at local museums, gives visitors a deep look into local history.
The Alaska Raptor Rehabilitation Center should be on your must see list in Sitka. Injured birds of prey, primarily eagles, are brought to the center from far and wide. The birds are tended to by veterinarians and rehabilitated for life in the wild. All birds except those permanently damaged eventually return to their natural habitat. It’s a great project and a great chance for people to get up close and personal with our national symbol.
The Sitka Fine Arts Camp recently took over the old Sheldon Jackson campus and are offering artistic classes, education and entertainment throughout the year.
It’s a charming town that still has the sense of community most people in the lower 48 long for.
Nestled against the rugged peaks on the west side of Baranof Island in Southeast Alaska is Sitka, a jewel in the North Pacific. Rich in history, blessed with abundant marine life and home to some of the best sport fishing in the North Pacific, it’s no wonder that anglers, boaters, cruise ships, and naturalists flock to this small town each summer.