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Popular Hotels in Alaska

If you're a first time visitor to Alaska, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller hotel could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the hotels may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about hotels in Alaska.

What are some good hotels in Alaska?

Here are some of the most recommended hotels in Alaska.

Alyeska Ski Resort
1000 Arlberg Ave Girdwood, AK

(907) 754-2108
Chena Hot Springs Resort
Fairbanks, AK

(907) 451-8104
Seward Windsong Lodge
31772 Herman Leirer Rd Seward, AK

(907) 224-7116
Hotel Alyeska
1000 Arlberg Ave AK

(907) 754-2111
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge
Mile 133 George Parks Hwy Trapper Creek, AK
Westmark Sitka
330 Seward St Sitka, AK
Cascade Inn
2035 Halibut Point Road Sitka, Alaska 99835 Sitka, AK
Hotel Captain Cook
939 W 5th Ave Anchorage, AK

(907) 276-6000
Girdwood's Alyeska House
Vail Dr Anchorage, AK

(907) 301-6309
Alyeska Hostel
227 Alta Drive Girdwood, AK
Hilton Anchorage
500 West 3rd Avenue Anchorage, AK

(907) 272-7411
Denali Dome Home Bed and Breakfast
137 Healy Spur Rd Healy, AK

(800) 683-1239
Auke Lake Bed & Breakfast
11595 Mendenhall Loop Rd Juneau, AK

(800) 790-3253
Denali Lakeview Inn
Mile 1.2 Otto Lake Rd Healy, AK

(907) 683-4035
Denali Bluffs Hotel
238 George Parks Hwy Denali, AK

(866) 683-8500


Here's what Trippy members had to say about hotels:

"Alyeska Ski Resort in the Turnagain Arm."  See More

"Some people also go out to Chena Hot Springs Resort, about an hour outside of the city."  See More

"Splurge at Denali and stay at Denali Bluffs Hotel or its sister property, the Grande Denali Lodge (higher up, better views) and dine at the Alpenglow Restaurant for a really special experience."  See More

"We flew into Anchorage, spent a very short night there (no time for sightseeing) and boarded Princess bus outside hotel for stop, Mt McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge in Mckinley."  See More

"There is a Westmark Sitka in Sitka and the Cascade Inn is also reasonable."  See More

"The main things you'd want to see in Anchorage (the Saturday Saturday Market - right downtown, not sure why the map is being so weird -, dinner at the Hotel Captain Cook or Moose's Tooth Pub & Pizzeria, etc."  See More

"Rent a car in Anchorage and drive to Girdwood's Alyeska House."  See More

"The Alyeska Hostel is the high end accommodation, but there are other, less expensive lodges near the base of the mountain."  See More

"Be sure to take the kids for a meal at the Glacier Brewhouse and if you get a nice night/sunset you and your partner might like to have cocktails at the Hilton Anchorage on their roof deck terrace."  See More

"If you were to stay near Denali I would suggest the Denali Dome Home Bed and Breakfast."  See More

"Jacey and I stayed at Auke Lake Bed & Breakfast and rented a car."  See More

"We stayed at Denali Lakeview Inn and ate at 49th State Brewing Company."  See More

Where can I find out more about Alaska?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Alaska.

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