Camai Bed and Breakfast
Camai Bed and Breakfast, an Anchorage bed and breakfast, has been warmly welcoming tourists and business travelers to Alaska for almost thirty years.
Your hosts, Craig and Caroline Valentine, enjoy sharing their Alaskan experiences with their many visitors. Camai Bed and Breakfast is Anchorage's oldest operating inn and one of the city's most frequently remodeled/renovated B&Bs. Camai is a Yup'ik word meaning "a warm, genuine hello." Yup'ik is one of eleven different Native cultures found in Alaska.
Camai Bed and Breakfast is centrally located in a quiet Anchorage residential neighborhood on Chester Creek. Moose frequently wander through the yard nibbling away on the garden's flowers and plants.
Camai B&B is very close to the University of Alaska and Alaska Pacific University as well as Providence Hospital and the Alaska Native Medical Center. Downtown Anchorage is 15 minutes away by car while the airport is less than 20 minutes away.
The bed & breakfast's large two-room suites are designed for families or travelers wanting spacious accommodations. Each suite has a private bath, queen bed, daybed (which converts to 1 or 2 singles), TV/DVD, refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, and private telephone for free local calls. One suite has handicap accessible features.
Scrumptious full breakfasts are prepared and served in the summer, while an expanded continental breakfast is cooked and served each winter morning.
Business travelers especially enjoy the convenience of the guest office area with computer for checking their e-mail using Wi-Fi.