There are no B&Bs on the island at this time - although we sure could use one or two. But a low cost alternative is to camp off the beaten path. OC is the landowner of most of the land around Unalaska - so be sure to get a land use permit from them.
No actual camp grounds exist, so you just find a nice spot by a creek. Closer to the beach is best - as driftwood is plentiful and cheap. The backside of Little South America is a decent spot close in or out the road at Summer's Bay/Humpy Cove/Morris Cove. Make sure you bring decent gear - the storms are fewer and futher between in the summer but they can still rip a cheap tent to shreds.
Again - no bears on the island.
If available, anyway, it is the cheapest. Harbor Crown Seafoods is an up and coming seafood processing plant and rarely has rooms for non employees these days (2007).
The Bunkhouse has 17 rooms ranging from 2 bunkbeds to a queen. All rooms share a common bath. Lounge area has TV, microwave and fridge.
$70/person per night.
$335/person per week
$840/person per week.
Good location, right next to the small boat harbor.
Rooms are simple but clean.
Unisea Inn overlooks the small boat harbor. The original hotel in town, it has 44 rooms all with private bath. Also home to the Sports Bar, a large watering hole for the younger crowd. Have heard good and bad from guests who have stayed there.
If you can get a room overlooking the small boat harbor you'll enjoy the view.
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