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Only in Alaska can you step out your hotel door to a salmon stream, and then wander up the hill to the heart of a metropolis. While the location is ideal, this hotel offers much more. Amenities include a heated indoor pool, exercise room, business center, and even fishing poles, if you want to try your luck catching a salmon in Ship Creek. All the rooms have coffee makers and in-room movies; some even offer whirlpool tubs and kitchenettes. There’s also plenty of parking, if you're renting a car.
The Aviator Hotel, in the heart of downtown, offers a clean, affordable home base for your stay in Anchorage. Within easy walking distance of restaurants, coffee shops and the Alaska Railroad Depot, the Aviator also has its own on-site café featuring a flavorful Southern-inspired menu, plus live music on weekends.
The Hilton Anchorage is not just the largest—and most centrally-located—full-service hotel in Anchorage. It’s also the tallest, so you get the best view of the city, plus the best views of mountains and the Cook Inlet. With restaurants, business centers, concierge, room service, and more, the hotel offers everything you’ve come to expect from Hilton yet in an unexpectedly beautiful place.
The Hotel Captain Cook, in the heart of downtown Anchorage, has its own high-end health club, fine restaurants, and an atmosphere of muted elegance. The décor recounts Cook’s voyages of long ago, but this 20-story, 546-room hotel with 96 suites is thoroughly modern. It also offers excellent views of downtown and the Chugach Mountains, along with a chance to see Mt. McKinley.
The Anchorage Downtown Marriott has several advantages. The first is the trusted Marriott brand; knowing you will be greeted with excellent customer service and that the rooms will be well appointed. The second is the location. You will have excellent views of the Anchorage Skyline, and it is within walking distance to many downtown locations. If nature is what you’re seeking, than the location can provide for that as well. The hotel is located near the Delaney Park strip and the scenic Tony Knowles Coastal trail.
This downtown hotel is conveniently located, and every room has a private balcony, so you can step outside and take in the fantastic views. All 200 rooms are oversized, giving you room to spread out and settle in, even if it's just for a night before you catch a train to Denali. Executive Suites include king beds, a wet bar, and fridge, while Full Suites offer king beds with a sitting parlor. The entire hotel is decorated with Alaskan art and photographs. If you need a night in, the hotel has great American and Alaskan food at the Solstice Bar and Grill.
This 90-room, downtown hotel is within walking distance of the Anchorage Museum, Egan Convention Center, the downtown Saturday/Sunday markets and lots of shopping and restaurants. Rooms have views of Mount Susitna, Cook Inlet or the Ship Creek Valley. Perks include free breakfast, free parking, gym, free Internet and free shuttles to/from the airport and railroad stations.
Phone: (907) 272-7561
Just on the edge of downtown, this hotel is a popular choice for families and business travelers who like the big rooms, amenities, and affordable prices that Clarion Suites is known for. It’s a great deal, with free parking and shuttles, hot breakfast, and a swimming pool all included. And even though it’s part of a chain, there’s a decidedly Alaskan feel, with photos More...
With one of the best rates and a central downtown location, the GuestHouse Anchorage Inn is a great option for travelers on a budget. But here, affordable doesn’t mean cheap. In addition to a prime downtown location (the hotel is within walking distance of restaurants, museums, and shopping), you’ll find free airport and railroad shuttles, a fitness center, ample free More...
Phone: (907) 276-7226
Just minutes from Ted Stevens International Airport, this 79-room hotel in the Spenard area of the city offers all the perks that on-the-go travelers need: free wifi, a free breakfast and comfortable rooms (including several suites) done in blond woods and crisp whites and colors.
Just minutes from Ted Stevens International Airport, this 79-room hotel in the Spenard area…
Phone: (907) 245-5002
Just one mile from the airport, the Holiday Inn Express in Anchorage is perfect for travelers en route. With its prime location and a wealth of complimentary amenities, the 3-story hotel offers an attractive accommodations option for both business and leisure travelers. The 128 rooms are spacious and feature comfortable bedding, a coffeemaker, refrigerator, microwave, as well as complimentary breakfast.
Now taking reservations -- opening in Spring 2017
Anchorage’s new Hyatt House Anchorage is a convenient and comfortable option, whether you’re staying one night or need living space for an extended time. Located in Anchorage’s Midtown, the Hyatt is a quick shuttle ride to and from the airport or to other popular business and tourist destinations.
The Puffin has four levels of rooms, from super-basic single accommodations to bigger suites where a family can spread out. It’s just a short walk down to Lake Hood, and an easy walk or drive to many of the best sites in Anchorage—such as Chugach State Park and the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. Guests can use with the hotel’s free airport shuttle as well.
Opened in 2009, this is one of the newest full-service hotels in the Anchorage area. Centrally located between downtown and the airport, it offers amenities like a 24-hour business center, a fitness center, and an airport shuttle, making it perfect for both business and leisure travelers.
Within a mile of the hotel, there are two good restaurant options—Pizza by Guido and Black Angus Steakhouse—as well as Cuddy Family Midtown Park. If you're heading out to the airport, you can take the hotel's free shuttle, but given its central location, this hotel offers an easy on-ramp to adventures in Anchorage, as well as the highways heading out into the rest of Alaska. It makes a good first stop on your Alaska adventure, or a comfortable perch before you head back home.
The Fairfield Inn & Suites is one of Anchorage’s newest hotels. It is conveniently located between the Airport and Downtown, has spacious rooms and plenty of amenities. The suite rooms come with separate living and sleeping areas, complete with flat screen TV’s and DVD players. This hotel is part of the Marriott Hotel Group, so you’ll enjoy the perks and services the chain is known for.
The Lakefront Anchorage (formerly the Millennium Alaskan Hotel Anchorage) is situated on the shores of Lake Hood, which is the busiest float plane base in the world. Guests can dine at one of the onsite establishments, and watch the flights in action as they take off and land before their eyes. The hotel itself has the ambiance of a remote hunting lodge with the rock fireplace and animal mounts in the entrance.
This log-cabin-style hotel is just 5 minutes from the Ted Stevens International Airport and across the street from Lake Hood. Choose from rooms with a single queen; single king; two king or queens; and suites with one or two kings and sofa sleepers. All rooms except single queen some with microwave and refrigerator. Perks include free continental breakfast, free shuttle to select More...
Phone: (907) 243-2133
International backpackers, adventurers from the Lower 48, Mountaineers heading for Denali – all of these folks love the hospitality, amenities and affordable rates of Anchorage's Spenard Hostel. Located a mile from the International Airport, and on the bus route to downtown, the hostel has 8 dorm rooms with 43 beds to accommodate those who want male, female, and co-ed dorms. They More...
Phone: (907) 248-5036
The Dimond Center Hotel offers a uniquely Alaskan alternative to the well-known chains. It’s set in one of Anchorage’s busiest shopping districts and located near plenty of activities. Guests can easily access golfing and hiking in the summer months, as well as skiing trails in the winter.