HOUSING, HEALTH & HOTELS

Housing

In spite of the recent housing crisis in the US, Alaska’s housing market remains stable and affordable compared to the rest of the nation. While the average price for homes in Juneau is high, there are always rentals on the market.

Health

Juneau has a sophisticated medical community for a town of its size, based largely on a well-insured public sector.   The town’s almost 200 physicians practice a wide variety of specialties.  City-owned Bartlett Regional Hospital has 57 inpatient beds serving a regional population of about 55,000 people.  The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium contracts with the federal Indian Health Service to provide medical services to the region’s Tlingit, Haida and Tsimpsian population.

Exercise

Offices and services

Hotels

Juneau has a wide variety of places to stay while visiting, from modern hotels and charming cottages to historical bed and breakfasts.

Downtown

The Valley

Near Airport

Bed & Breakfast