Hotel Captain Cook

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• Discover the great historical heritage of the Hotel Captain Cook. Debuting in 1964, this amazing historic hotel was named for Captain James Cook. Cook was an 18th-century British explorer who mapped Alaska’s coastline for the first time.

• Admire historic accommodations of the Hotel Captain Cook. They were originally built by Walter J. Hickel, who served as the Governor of Alaska twice from 1966 to 1969 and 1990 to 1994.

• Marvel at the brilliant art collection inside the historic Hotel Captain Cook. Paying tribute Captain James Cook’s legacy, as well as Alaska’s brilliant maritime heritage, the art ranges from paintings that reproduce images from his voyages across the Pacific, to scale models of his various ships. There are even a few historical artifacts—such as a Polynesian tapa cloth and a Maori shield—that help showcase what the captain may have encountered amid his explorations.
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