Are you looking for the best Airbnbs in Alaska?
I love Alaska. It is my heaven on earth. I have visited the North Star State several times, road tripping the entire state.
Alaska has some of the most jaw-dropping scenery on the planet. And offers some of the most exciting opportunities to get up close and personal with nature.
Here I have listed 12 of the best Airbnbs in Alaska for your consideration.
I hope your stay in Alaska helps you fall in love with it as much as I do!
Read 9 things to know before traveling to Alaska to help get you started with your planning.
12 best Airbnbs In Alaska (Cabins, Yurts, & More)
Snow City Hideaway
When staying in Anchorage you want two things that this private guest suite offers: to be downtown, and to have epic views!
Located in the Bootleggers Cove neighborhood, Snow City Hideaway is one block from the Coastal Trail and all the amenities of downtown Anchorage.
Able to accommodate up to four guests, there is one bedroom and an additional futon out in the main living area.
Walkable to the shops, breweries, and restaurants in downtown Anchorage, this Alaska Airbnb has mountain and ocean views for days! A fully self-contained kitchen awaits you with everyday amenities.
For sunrise and sunset viewing, there is an outdoor patio for your convenience.
To make your planning easier, read 21 things to do in Anchorage.
For the location, this Airbnb in Anchorage is a great value!
Alyeska Hideaway Log Cabins “Glacier Cabin”
Glacier Cabin is located in the cute resort town of Girdwood, Alaska, just south of Anchorage.
It sits on the border of the Chugach Forest. With stunning views and hiking/running trails within steps of the back door, this property is high on the list of best Airbnbs in Alaska!
Read about the sights from Anchorage to Seward on the Seward Highway here.
This private 400 square foot one-bedroom cabin has a bed on the first floor and another in the loft area. It sleeps four.
It has a fully functioning kitchen as well as a bathroom with a claw tub.
The iconic Alyeska Resort is nearby. It has world-class skiing in the winter and hiking in the offseason. Do not miss out on the tram ride to the top.
Whether you visit Girdwood in summer or winter, this is a fantastic Alaska Airbnb.
The Hobbit Cabin, Cozy and Unique
Calling all hobbit fans! Do not miss this opportunity to live like a hobbit!
This quirky Alaska Airbnb is situated on a lake. Enjoy your morning coffee, or plan to have dinner on the patio overlooking the pristine blue lake waters.
The cabin’s interior has rustic Alaska decorations and an outdoor sod roof. The impeccable landscape utilizes local Alaskan flowers.
If you are road-tripping Alaska, read my Alaska itinerary for some tips.
This is the perfect location to stay when exploring the artsy and outdoorsy town of Talkeetna. Perfect for a stopover on an Alaskan road trip. This is one to consider!
Simply Sweet Yurt In Homer
Homer has such eclectic charm. And so does this Homer Airbnb, the Simply Sweet Yurt.
Located at the terminus of the Sterling Highway, Homer has an independent charm all of its own, with an active artisan community.
This snug yurt is only a ten-minute drive from Homer.
Located up in the hillside, it offers spectacular views of Kachemak Bay and the Homer Spit. And look for the American bald eagles that Homer is so well known for.
A splendid place for a couples getaway, it has electricity and a rustic-style kitchen, and the bathroom is located adjacent to the yurt.
Read about 20 things to do in Homer here.
Coffee House Cottage in Seward
Seward is where the ocean greets the mountains. Located 120 miles south of Anchorage, it is one of the most scenic seaside towns in Alaska.
And this cute little cottage just steps away from Seward’s downtown and Main Street is an ideal Alaska Airbnb to consider!
Situated behind the local coffee house, it is close to all Seward amenities, yet private and quiet. It is also in a great spot to take in the scenic views of Seward.
This Seward Airbnb is compact, yet offers everything you will need for a comfortable stay. A functional kitchen, queen-sized bed, and a heater for those chilly Seward days are at your fingertips.
Whether you sit on the patio and check out the views, or go and discover all Seward has to offer, this Seward Airbnb has a lot of offer.
Sven’s Tree House in Fairbanks
Fairbanks is about 400 miles north of Anchorage, and the gateway to the Arctic Circle.
Hidden up in the trees of Fairbanks, Alaska, this hostel/Fairbanks Airbnb is where adventurers of all kinds go to begin their journey. Or celebrate it when it is completed.
This is indeed a treehouse that provides a private and unforgettable experience.
Located close to amenities, the treehouse accommodated two high up on the treetops!
Read about 13 of the most picturesque towns in Alaska you should visit.
You get to your treehouse by ascending a wooden staircase and there is even a swinging bridge.
The views from the private porch of the surrounding forest are unforgettable.
The kitchen and bathroom/shower are located on the ground level in the communal space. (Bring quarters for the shower.)
Hiking. Biking. Canoeing. All the finest the Alaska wild has to offer is within reach at this Fairbanks Airbnb.
Douglas Island A-frame Cabin In The Woods In Juneau
No need to look any farther for a place to stay than this cute and cozy A-frame cabin when visiting Juneau!
Located about ten minutes from downtown Juneau, this charming A-frame cabin has all the creature comforts you could want.
With two bedrooms and one bath, it can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Close to public transportation if you need it, the hosts are happy to assist with information on local guides, bike, and kayak rentals, and the local scene. Juneau has great breweries and restaurants!
If you are considering taking an Alaskan cruise, read my Alaskan cruise packing list.
This A-frame cabin, located in a tranquil forest comes with many amenities to make your stay more comfortable, such as private entrance, washer/dryer, ready for your kitchen, and stocked bathroom.
This Airbnb Juneau is brimming with great reasons to stay here!
Kade’s Cabin, An Alaska Airbnb In Valdez
This portable cabin home is conveniently located in downtown Valdez and close to all amenities.
With two bedrooms and two beds, this Alaska Airbnb can accommodate up to four guests.
The cabin offers a full kitchen, washer, and dryer, floor heat and a fireplace.
Because of its great location in Valdez, it is close to shopping and gas stations. The small boat harbor is a great place to go for viewing sea life, and there is a myriad of museums, and restaurants to explore.
Delightfully decorated with a mix of Alaskan art and photography, Kade’s Cabin has just about everything for the perfect stay in Valdez.
Highland Haven Is An Alaska Airbnb With Views For Days
HIghland Haven, nestled in among the pine trees in Haines, Alaska would be perfect especially if you are traveling with your family.
It sleeps six and has two bedrooms. One of the bedrooms has a loft with futon.
Located in a quiet neighborhood, it is less than one mile from downtown Haines.
Large glass windows throughout the home provide for great views of the mountains and water.
BBQ out on the deck patio to enjoy even further nature uninterrupted.
Convenience and nature make this best Alaska Airbnb one to consider!
Adventure Denali’s Beach Cabin
If great views of Denali National Park and Preserve all around you sounds exciting, this beach cabin is a great one for you!
Bordering Denali National Park and Preserve this cabin is in a very private spot and on a beautiful sparkling lake.
Accommodating two guests, this remoteness is what Alaska is about.
Hiking trails abound, as do views that go on for days and days.
The owner is into solar energy so amenities are abundant and welcomed in such a remote area.
Rustic charm abounds in this remote Airbnb in Alaska.
Homer’s Downtown Tiny House
The location of this cute tiny house makes it a great Homer Alaska Airbnb.
It is right in the middle of downtown Homer Alaska! And walkable to many amenities such as shops, museums, bars, and restaurants.
It is a 5 minute drive down to the iconic Homer Spit. There you will find hand made souvenirs, the Salty Dawg Saloon (not to be missed!), the boat harbor, and more restaurants along Kachemak Bay!
Read my 20 things to do in Homer to learn more about this eclectic town.
Three-hundred square feet are planned to maximize interior space. The bed is accessible in the loft using a ladder and a queen-sized bed awaits you there.
There is a full bathroom, and a very large deck to enjoy while BBQing or having a glass of wine and soaking up the Alaska scenery!
This Homer Alaska Airbnb has a lot to be desired.
Forget Me Not Cabin A Charming Airbnb In Wasilla Alaska
Located about one hour north of Anchorage adjacent to the Parks Highway, this charming cabin in Wasilla is ideal for a getaway.
You have the feeling of being in nature, but the convenience of being close to everything Wasilla has to offer.
You have your choice of rivers and lakes providing easy access for boating and swimming.
Able to accommodate 4 to 6 guests, the cabin has a working kitchen equipped with essentials and a cozy fireplace.
This is one of the best Alaska Airbnbs because it feels secluded, it really is close to everything!
Here I have given you 12 Best Alaska Airbnb suggestions for your consideration. I hope you found at least one that suits you and your family and/or friends traveling with you.
I wish you the best experience as you visit Alaska!