My wife and I stayed in the Captain Cook for 4 days and 3 nights in a Junior Suite. It was huge and well appointed, with two TVs, a couch, and a large king bed. While a little dated, the facilities were very good. The little breakfast/lunch cafe served quality options that met our dietary restrictions (try the reindeer sausage), though the rest of the dining options seemed overpriced for their quality.
The hotel is located very much near 'downtown' Anchorage and within convenient walking distance to several tourist locations, shops, and better restaurants (Orso's was amazing).
The hotel staff was extremely helpful, courteous, and obviously accustomed to dealing with large volumes of customers (as this hotel is often frequented by night-time cruise-line stays). The sprawling facilities, rooms, and options within the hotel were good, though my wife and I preferred to leave the hotel for our stay for touring.
All in all, highly recommended for the price and quality combination.
Traveller from Seattle, WA
Set in downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 3 blocks west of the convention center, 3 blocks east of the Tony Knowles Coastal …More
The hotel was excellent, beautiful location, staff was great. On site dining options were all very good and we enjoyed them. Pool, Hot tub and Sauna were also very much enjoyed and were wonderful. And Jim who checked us in, and later comped us some tram tickets and upgraded our room was awesome!
We would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from Maryland
Nestled in the Chugach Mountain Range in the resort community of Girdwood, this hotel is 15 miles from Portage Glacier and 40 …More
Check in was not crowded but still took a really long time. Nobody seemed to know what they were doing. In fairness, it was I think their first or second day open for the season, so still learning I guess. Rooms old and dated, but pretty clean (except for a few dead bugs) and comfortable. Had dinner at the hotel restaurant down the hill by the rooms. Ordered beef brisket. Was terrible - probably 70% fat - sent it back. Even the waiter said after he looked at it "I can't believe they sent that out"
Traveller from Charleston, SC
Located in McKinley Park, this resort is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Wilderness Access Center and within 9 mi (15 km) of Denali …More
The Perch is fine for a place to rest near Denali NP without the burden of a high price but as we all know, you get what you pay for. This is a basic resting place without the fluff. It's a cabin with a bathroom. No view. Shared wall with another room. If you want more, this is not for you.
Located in McKinley Park, this cabin is 14.1 mi (22.6 km) from Wilderness Access Center and within 25 mi (40 km) of Denali …More
This hotel is clean, quiet, nothing fancy, but a reasonably priced alternative to the price-gouging hotels in Glitter Gulch outside the Park. Not much of a view but off the main road, quiet, clean with frig and microwave. No restaurant on site but great food nearby- Miner's deli, Black Diamond Grill are superb. The 49th State Brewery is great for beer, not so great for food. Picture on the cover is a bit deceiving-- you think you are staying in a rail car. Not so.. That's the office. Very nice staff and cleaning crew.
Traveller from Fairbanks, Alaska
Situated in Healy, this motel is 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Black Diamond Golf Course and within 12 mi (20 km) of Wilderness Access …More
We've been traveling through Alaska and unfortunately we have stayed in some really questionable places. This hotel was a breathe of fresh air and we would happily stay here again. The rooms were gorgeous and the bed was so comfortable! The hotel staff was incredibly friendly and obviously great customer service is a priority for them.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Pioneer Air Museum, Pioneer Park, and Palace Theatre. Carlson …More