• 7 Gables Inn & Suites Condo
  • 7Gables Inn & Suites Four Post Bed, Beautiful Setting
  • 7Gables Inn & Suites Penthouse
    7Gables Inn & Suites Penthouse
  • Moose in the Yard!
    Moose on the grounds of 7 Gables Inn & Suites
  • Aurora above 7 Gables Inn & Suites
    Aurora above 7 Gables Inn & Suites
  • 7Gables Inn Room

Experience warmth and hospitality.  We have been welcoming guests to Fairbanks for close to 30 years.  Each unique room and suite has its own distinct personality, so you can choose the accommodation that best suits your needs.  Whether you are here for a special getaway or business, we have what you need to make your stay a memorable one.

Whether you are looking for a great deal while you are traveling, want to splurge for a celebration, or just a convenient location, at 7 Gables you will find just the right match for your next vacation or visit to Fairbanks.


Alaska Federation of Natives

Coming soon!  The 50th anniversary of this huge event is happening right here in Fairbanks on October, 20, 21, and 22, 2016.  Boasting the largest gather of native people in the United States, with over 5,000 participants expected, you’ll be sure to enjoy authentic artwork as well as nightly entertainment in dance and music.  

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World Eskimo Indian Olympics

Let the games begin!  The World Eskimo Indian Olympics are coming up on July 20th at the Carlson Center.  Four days packed with feats of strength and agility:  watch the high kick, ear pull, blanket tosses, and more.  In addition, you can enjoy dances and shop for authentic Native arts and crafts.  Daily, all day.  Visit …

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Afternoon Deluge

No worries about any forest fires soon; Fairbanks experienced a quick douse of rain water and hail this afternoon. Seems like our June is quickly turning into typical August weather. After the record breaking heat of May, we are glad to see the threat of forest fires quelched.  Not exactly canoe weather, but we won’t …

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Geese at the Wildlife Refuse

Sure Sign of Spring

Stopped by Creamer’s Field, (which just happens to be where I used to wander through the grain fields when I was growing up) to catch a glimpse of the variety of migratory fowl that are returning to feast on grain that has been provided up in the fields of what is now called Creamer’s  Wildlife Refuge. …

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Snot skiers on Chena River

Sonot Khaazoot

As a last-before-the snow- is-gone ski race, be sure to note that March 26 marks the 29th annual Sonot Khaazoot. The longest option, the 50 k starts at the Chena River Centennial Bridge.   The name, Sonot Khaazoot is true to a loose translation of the Koyukon Athabaskan , “sliding around in the springtime” is an apt description.

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