Alaska news: Four Points opens in Juneau

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April 26, 2017
New Four Points seen as boon to Juneau’s tourism, meetings efforts
The 106-rooms property is a quick drive from downtown Juneau and close to the Centennial Hall Convention Center, Seadrome Marina, Alaska State Capitol and government offices.
As oil and gas taxes evaporate, Alaska slashes tourism funding
Cruise lines are digging in for a prolonged slump in the number of marketing dollars available to promote one of their highest-yielding destinations.
Bear safari specialist taking bookings for 2017-18
At the heart of the Great Alaska Adventure experiences is the Great Alaska Bear Camp consisting of multi-day safaris at a remote outpost at the entrance of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
Denali Park Village offering dinner show discount
Alaska Cabin Nite Dinner Theatre performances take guests back to Alaska’s Gold Rush era and are held in an authentic log cabin.
Un-Cruise Adventures bringing the Legacy back to Alaska
The coastal steamer replica has been doing an itinerary on the Columbia River from Portland for the past few summers.
New tour offers sample of Alaska Native experience
Koyukuk River Tribal Tours is offering guests the opportunity to fish and observe subsistence activities conducted by guides and village elders on the Koyukuk River.
‘Untamed’ exploration with John Hall’s Alaska
The “Untamed Alaska" tour in John Hall’s Alaska lineup offers visitors the opportunity to explore Alaska by train, motorcoach and boat.
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ALASKA Editor:
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