I like the captain cook, I'm from AK so we like to go and take a stay-cation sometimes. This last trip was just okay. The front desk at check in was less than friendly, the room service folks weren't available so we ordered pizza. For a 4* hotel I expected a little better. All in all it was okay. The locker rooms being so far apart was tough as I have an 8 year old boy. The pool attendant was pretty rude and the times for kids allowed to swim is strict. Why should kids have to be done swimming at 7pm on weekends? I thought that was a little sad as we came to mostly swim. They were out of towels in the locker room. Definitely not the best stay. Feels like the quality is going down at Alaskas "best" hotel.
Set in downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 3 blocks west of the convention center, 3 blocks east of the Tony Knowles Coastal …More
This hotel exceeded my expectations. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was large and very clean. The beds were extremely soft and comfortable. The breakfast in the morning was good as well. The cost for this hotel is very reasonable. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone!!! Thanks for the great stay!!!
Traveller from S
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Alaska House Art Gallery, Fairbanks Ice Museum …More
We booked a junior suite, with room, small sitting/work area and mini-kitchen. Complimentary breakfast was also provided, and the parking lot made outlets available for engine heaters. The location was perfect for our needs. The only down-side was the tub/shower: hot water was not always available, and would alternately run hot and cool even when it started hot. The tub drain was also slow. These are not unusual winter problems in Interior Alaska, but are nevertheless annoying in a hotel!
Traveller from Interior Alaska
Walking and running paths adjacent to this downtown Fairbanks hotel wind along the Chena River; various government offices …More