Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Lake Hood Harbor and DeLong Lake Park. Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum and Pop Carr Park are also within ...
Was a good stay. Little hard to find at first. Otherwise had a good stay.
This hotel is in the middle of downtown Anchorage, adjacent to the dramatically designed Alaska Center for the Performing Arts and less than 2 blocks from Egan ...
Comfortable room, accommodating staff, good food and service in the restaurant. Room cleanliness was ok- trash was still in trash cans when I checked in but other than that it appeared clean. The deskin the room was too high for the chair they had with it so the "work space" wasn't usable, unfortunate ...
Nestled in the Chugach Mountain Range in the resort community of Girdwood, this hotel is 15 miles from Portage Glacier and 40 miles from Anchorage.
My wife and I are from Anchorage and did an overnight at Alyeska. The hotel is one of the nicest in the state and during the winter, is quite affordable. Quick tip for food: Jack Sprat is nearby and does some amazing food.
Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Hood Harbor, DeLong Lake Park, and Pop Carr Park. Lynn Ary Park and Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum ...
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay as a getaway with someone important to me. I have been here before and again the staff was friendly and prompt with any request.
This hotel, on the shore of scenic Lake Spenard, a major floatplane base, is 1 mile from the airport and 4 miles from downtown Anchorage. Complimentary 24-hour ...
Awesome night for a fair price. Will definitely stay here again
Located in Spenard, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Lake Hood Harbor, Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, and DeLong Lake Park. Prince William Sound and Pop ...
Good location but a bit loud starting around 630 am due to the float planes. Comfortable room. Only thing missing was a mini fridge and micro. Will stay here again.
This all-suite hotel located in the heart of downtown Anchorage is within blocks of the Egan Convention Center, the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, restaurants, ...
My short stay was very good. Hotel staff was very accomidating, room was very clean& comfy. only thing wrong was our yogurt we got for breakfast was expired by a couple days. Other than that, it has an amazing view, its in a great spot& easy to get to, i will definitely come back to this hotel!
Located in Downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Delaney Park and 1.4 mi (2.3 km) from Sullivan Arena. Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center ...
Needed a cheap hotel over Christmas break, found what we needed. The hotel staff is not necessarily very friendly (this could've been just the Los Anchorage thing), but the room was clean and big. Internet got interrupted a few times when I ran skype (complaining that something extremely illegal ...
On the eastern edge of downtown Anchorage, this 15-story hotel is 3 blocks from the Museum of History and Art, and within 8 blocks of the Egan Convention Center ...
Room was clean and comfortable, the location was perfect downtown, close to shopping and clubs.
Set in downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 3 blocks west of the convention center, 3 blocks east of the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail along Cook Inlet, and 4 blocks ...
This is an older hotel and it shows its age. Everything was great with the hotel. No complaints.
Anchorage, Alaska is a modern metropolis perched on the edge of a seemingly endless frontier. Approximately 300,000 people share the greater Anchorage area with wolves, eagles and many other forms of wildlife. Indeed, the spectacular mountains and dense forests lend America's northernmost city a distinct sense of place.
Anchorage offers treats for all five senses. Sunrises and sunsets are achingly beautiful, and the calls of owls are haunting. The seafood dishes served at Anchorage hotels and restaurants entice and satisfy guests with coastal produce. And you will never forget the experience of stepping into the cool, refreshing waters of Cook Inlet.
The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, which opened in 1968, provides a powerful overview of the history and culture of the largest U.S. state. Its collections include thousands of historical objects and hundreds of thousands of photographs. Dioramas depict various eras of Alaskan life, and Native American artifacts demonstrate the ingenuity of the region's first inhabitants.
Located 112 miles from Anchorage and certainly worth the trip, Chugach National Forest contains some of the most striking wilderness areas in the world. In Portage Valley, you'll find the remains of not one, but five glaciers. When fishing on or relaxing near Russian River, visitors will experience a peacefulness bordering on the transcendent.
On the Anchorage Free Walking Tour, your guide will review the intriguing story of this municipality's development, and you'll see some of its most exciting landmarks, shops and eateries. No matter the weather, these tours depart from the intersection of D Street and Fourth Avenue at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. every day except Sunday, and they last between 75 and 90 minutes.
April through October The weather in Anchorage during the spring, summer and fall is surprisingly moderate. That’s due, in part, to Pacific Ocean currents that reach the city and have a warming effect. In April, the average temperature is 43 degrees Fahrenheit, and in May, it's 54 degrees. Summer temperatures are typically around 65 degrees. In September, the average temperature drops to 57 degrees, and in October, it's about 43 degrees. July through October marks the rainiest part of the year; the average monthly precipitation during that period spans approximately 1.9 to 2.9 inches of rainfall. November through March Winters in Anchorage are long, and their daylight hours are short. In December, January and February, the average daily temperature is below 30 degrees Fahrenheit. In November, the average temperature is 31 degrees, and in March, it's slightly above freezing at 34 degrees. What's more, the average annual snowfall in this city is an incredible 79 inches per year.
In downtown Anchorage, Saturdays in the summer are synonymous with the Anchorage Market and Festival, a free outdoor bazaar with more than 300 booths. At this marketplace, you can buy everything from toys and jewelry to fresh bison meat. In every direction, you'll find street performers entertaining crowds with music, magic and daring feats.
Alaska's most famous athletic event is the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race; it begins in Anchorage and ends in Nome several days later. On the first Thursday evening in March, the Dena'ina Center hosts the race's competitors, as well as 2,000 members of the public, at a dinner called the Musher's Banquet. Two days later, you can watch as the dogs and their human friends make their final preparations. The actual start of the race is a genuine spectacle, complete with thousands of cheering fans.
In Anchorage, there are 22 hours of daylight on the first day of summer, which makes for a great excuse to party. On that day, Fourth Avenue and Town Square host live musical extravaganzas, skateboarding demonstrations and a chainsaw carving contest. Plus, many of Alaska's finest chefs prepare some of their favorite dishes. At the Hero Games, Alaskan police officers, firefighters and other professional lifesavers battle in a series of obstacle courses and amusing competitions; the tricycle race is definitely a highlight.
* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.