We're on the water, at the very tip of the Homer Spit, surrounded by a natural Paradise. Land's End is the only hotel on the Homer Spit -- and within walking distance of the small boat harbor.
Homer, Alaska is world renowned for its majestic views, it's pristine waters and protected coves, its fishing, birding and watchable wildlife, and its youthful mix of artists, educators and fishermen. Here is where Alaskans come to play: monster halibut and king salmon; world class fly-fishing; bear viewing; kayaking; glacier hikes; mountain biking; tide-pooling and sandy beaches—and yes, even golf! Winter activities such as snow machine tours, x-country skiing and winter salmon trolling and an endless mix of arts and entertainment make Homer a year-round destination.
Enjoy the unmatched beauty of Kachemak Bay out your dining room window; take in the awe-inspiring array of marine life and waterfowl from our outdoor deck, watch the local fleet as they round the spit and head out to sea.
The Chart Room is open year round. Hours adjust seasonally, but run from early breakfast through late evening cocktails. The Chart Room is capable of hosting private parties and large groups with advanced reservations.
This favorite year-round retreat of Alaskans is the choice of businesses and associations for "productive relaxation." Land's End Resort has two main meeting areas. Our Quarter Deck, with sweeping views of Kachemak Bay, is a large multi-purpose event room with a capacity for as many as 250 guests. With it's own private deck, the room can be divided in two by a soundproof sliding wall. Audio-visual equipment, wireless internet, modem hookups and phone/fax lines are available.
The Harbor Room is available for groups as large as 40 guests and is the perfect choice for board meetings while the center section of the Chartroom Restaurant can be set aside for large groups and private functions of up to 75.
Finally, the Land's End Lodges provide fully equipped luxury waterfront homes that are ideal for private receptions, planning retreats and meetings, while doubling as Homer's finest accommodations.