Westmark Hotels

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Westmark Hotels is a collection of full service hotels and inns throughout Alaska and the Yukon.


Considered the largest collection of full service hotels in Alaska and the Yukon, each hotel reflects the personality of the community it calls home. The Westmark Hotel name stands for warm northern hospitality and quality lodging and dining.

From Fairbanks to Whitehorse and Beaver Creek to Skagway, Westmark Hotels are found in some of the most alluring destinations in the Land of the Midnight Sun.

Westmark offers a wide range of styles and accommodations, from high rise hotels to quaint country inns, each reflecting the personality of the community it calls home.

The WESTMARK group was created in June 1987 when Holland America Line - then known as HAL-Westours purchased the remaining stock in Sheffield Enterprises and became the largest hotel chain in Alaska and the Yukon.

WESTMARK HOTELS has had a long history of working with groups to further encourage travel and trade and continues this today working closely with ATIA (Alaska Travel Industry Association), Alaska State Chamber of Commerce, the various Convention Bureaus in local hotel communities, American Red Cross, Rotary Club, Lions Club International and University of Alaska to name a few.

Today, WESTMARK HOTELS & INNS, a subsidiary of Holland America Line, are strategically located along the Alaska Highway and in the major tourist destinations.

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Location

300 Elliott Ave., W
Seattle, WA 98119
United States

Telephone: 
(206) 301-5223
Fax: 
(206) 285-7152

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