Land’s End Resort

Land’s End Resort in Homer, Alaska, offers guests a special beachfront stay at the tip of the famous Homer Spit—a 4.5-mile gravel bar that extends into Kachemak Bay. It’s here that U.S. highway system ends, giving it the local nickname “The End of the Road.” This privileged hotel stands alone on the spit, overlooking the bay and its lively small boat harbor. Enjoy the sounds of the surf and the sights of the stunning Kenai Mountains from your private deck and appreciate genuine Alaskan hospitality from this 1959-born, family-run property.


The resort features a sauna, plus a heated indoor pool and outdoor hot tub—both in view of the Kenai Mountains. An onsite gift shop offers items created by members of Homer’s well-known art community, as well as travel essentials.


The Chart Room restaurant offers casual dining with commanding views of Kachemak Bay. Marine life is often in view outside the picture windows or from the large outdoor deck. The menu features freshly caught local seafood, vegetables from nearby farms and numerous in-house/from-scratch creations served in the style of comfort food. For morning smooties and daytime coffee pick-me-ups, guests can visit the Wheel House espresso bar.


Rooms feature views of Kachemak Bay with one king-size or two double beds, a full bath, desk with chair, satellite TV, complimentary WiFi, a coffee maker, microwave, small refrigerator and private deck.