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The Golden North Hotel is a historic commercial inn in Skagway, Alaska. It was built in 1898, making it the oldest operating hotel in the state.

Noted for its unusual architecture, the Golden North Hotel is a well known landmark in the city of Skagway. It was initially a two-story building when it was initially finished, but in 1908, when it was moved from its original location to its current one, it was added a third story and its distinguishing golden dome.

Restored in 1997, the Golden North Hotel?s main feature is its primary theme. It equipped its 31 rooms with mementos of gold rush family, allowing it to celebrate the area and the building?s history further. It also features a 60-seater pub, 80-seater restaurant, and a 30-seater outdoor patio. It is also home to the first microbrewery in Southeast Alaska.
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