Views abound at this unique downtown hotel, and each of the 200 oversized rooms has a balcony to look out at the Chugach Mountains and Inlet. Or just wander through the property and appreciate the Alaskan art and photographs.
The Voyager Inn in the heart of downtown Anchorage offers guests a sense of history with an updated look. Renovated rooms and suites include luxurious bedding and linens, stylish seating, plush carpeting, designer bathrooms and kitchenettes with new granite countertops.
This upscale Marriott comes with some great views of mountains, inlet, and city skyline. Take it in, or get up close by walking the nearby Tony Knowles Coastal Trail or Delaney Park strip. You'll also be within walking distance of Anchorage's restaurants and shops.
Anchorage's tallest hotel is the best place to appreciate the gorgeous views of city and mountains--you may even see Denali on a clear day. You'll also be within walking distance of the train depot and coastal trail, as well as the city's terrific shops and restaurants.
This locally owned boutique hotel, set in the heart of downtown, features 31 large suites with living rooms, bedrooms, and full kitchens. Step out the door and be within walking distance of Anchorage's highlights, as well as downtown restaurants and shopping.
You know you're in Alaska when you can watch anglers catch salmon just behind your hotel. This property, within walking distance of the railroad depot and trails for strolling, as well a heated indoor pool and exercise room.
Anchorage's luxurious grande dame hotel is considered by some to be the finest hotel in Alaska. The 20-story, 546-room hotel offers amazing views of the Chugach Mountains and even Denali. You'll also find first-class restaurants and great amenities.
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.
In a city filled with relatively new buildings, most built well into the 20th century, the Historic Anchorage Hotel stands out for being different—it’s charmingly old. And while the 26-room, Queen-Anne-style hotel in downtown Anchorage is a thriving reminder of the city's frontier past, it continues to charm guests with its high level of service and all the comforts of a 21st-century boutique hotel.