Homer Inn & Spa
& the Evergreen Townhomes
Our boutique hotel in Homer, Alaska is perfect for independent travelers wanting a truly unique experience in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
All rooms have king beds, private balconies or decks with ocean views, and windows to enjoy sweeping vistas of gorgeous Kachemak Bay with its rugged mountains, ancient glaciers, and thirty foot tidal swing twice a day!
Perfect for the group or family wanting to be close to everything, these two townhomes are located on a quiet residential street in downtown Homer. Day Pass to the oceanfront Hot Tub and Sun Deck at Homer Inn & Spa, just a mile away, are included with your stay complimentary!
Both townhomes have 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths, plus living room and outfitted kitchen, and are a five minute walk to coffee shops,restaurants, and galleries, or a three minute drive (fifteen minute walk) to the beach.
Unforgettable Experiences at your Doorstep
-- Guaranteed to see bears! --
"If there's ONE thing that's a "must do" while in Alaska, Bear Viewing would be it! It’s worth every penny for the adventure, and ix an experience you’ll never forget."
Day Trip Bear Viewing – $695.00
We only work with bear viewing guides who have years of professional flying experience in Alaska and fantastic safety records... both in the air and on the ground with the bears... offering safe, yet authentically wild, bear safari adventures!
Come experience our Alaska Thermal Spa with all new Oceanlights Finnish Sauna, Infrared Relax Room, Oceanview HotTub, Rooftop Sky Therapy, Refresh Bubble Plunge, and Reaction Baths and Showers.
The Relax Massage Center can be booked for private sessions and features a fully customizable 4D-Massage-Chair, heated Zero-Gravity-Chair with Air-Compression-Massage and Revitalize O2 Therapy, all housed in a one-of-a-kind Yurt, crafted by local artists from hand collected driftwood. An experience not to be missed!
Came 20 years ago from the lower 48 and couldn't bear to leave
Hi! We're Paul and Marilyn Hueper. We got to Alaska the way many do. Paul came for a backpacking trip with friends and fell in love with Homer's views, people and artistic community. We weren't finding what we were looking for in the lower 48, so a year later we made the move north to see if this was the place for us and, aside from trips 'outside' to see what the rest of the world is doing, we've been here ever since. We love living in Homer Alaska, and we're excited to share it with you! :D