Hotline Help Means Personal Service

The Anchorage Alaska Bed and Breakfast (AABBA) Hotline has
been helping potential guests find high quality, inspected and approved B&B’s
in the greater Anchorage area (including Chugiak, Eagle River, and Indian) for
more than twenty years.
Sally, a recent visitor, stayed in Anchorage at Gardenside
B&B when she first arrived in Alaska. After going to Denali National Park,
she and her daughter stayed at Camai Bed and Breakfast since Gardenside did not
have availability for her return. These accommodations were suggested by the AABBA
Hotline volunteer.
Over breakfast at Camai, Sally commented, “I called the Hotline
and got the association volunteer who was answering the phone. Mary (AABBA’s
president and volunteer that week) knew the schedules and knew who would be a
perfect fit for my needs.” Sally was delighted to get such personal help with
planning where to stay in Anchorage.
The association members send their updated calendars of
availability to the Hotline volunteer on duty. 
The volunteer answers the phone from 8 in the morning until 9 at night
(Alaska time).  S/he listens to your
needs and then recommends up to three B&B’s which have the availability you
The trained AABBA volunteer will ask you for your travel
dates and the number of nights you wish to stay at the B&B.  You will also be asked the number of guests
as well as how many are adults and how many are children. You will be asked how
many beds you need. If you have special needs, inform the volunteer as s/he may
be aware of the B&Bs that can accommodate them for you.
By staying with an association member, you know you will
have a safe and enjoyable stay as all AABBA members have met the high standards
of membership including onsite reviews based on more than 60 criteria. The
volunteer is likely to have visited most other member bed and breakfasts
personally, and has more than a printed description to consult when helping
The AABBA Hotline is easy and efficient to use.  Merely call 907-272-5909 to get help with
finding just the right bed and breakfast for your Alaskan experience starting
in Anchorage… with a local host who lives in Anchorage or environs and knows
Anchorage and Alaska.
Caroline Valentine of Camai Bed and Breakfast is an Innkeeper and member of the 
Anchorage Alaska Bed & Breakfast Association

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