I stayed just one night. At the time I was suffering from back pain. I asked reception if there was a trolley that I could use to move my two heavy bags to my new home that was in clear view from the front of the reception building. I did not think that this would be a major problem. Reception staff ...
Staff was great, cottage was clean with a nice back porch with table, but had no mini fridge or microwave. Close to airport. Walking distance to many shopping stores. I have stayed here previously and would recommend it again to anyone.
Super 8 has improved over the years. The staff are very polite, and caring. They are there to guide and they do their job very well. They have a professional attitude. The rooms have improved and are clean. Super 8 is straight to the point!
Fairbanks, AK, has light, warmth, and energy unlike anywhere in the world. Its nickname is fittingly "The Golden Heart" city. The gateway to Alaska’s Interior and the Artic, Fairbanks offers many varied types of accommodations. Choices include cozy bed & breakfasts, cabins, hostels, hotels, motels, camp grounds and RV parks and vacation rentals. Twenty-five bed & breakfast establishments are ready to provide for visitors and travelers.
Fairbanks offered an abundance of food, ranging from international fine dining to casual dining, fast food, bakeries, and coffee shops. Before departure, a meal at Gambardella's Pasta Bella or Zach’s Restaurant will leave you with fond memories of a visit to Fairbanks.
Riverboat Discovery operates during summer months only, gifting visitors with a memorable, entertaining adventure cruise on the Chena and Tanana Rivers. The day includes a guided walking tour through the Chena Indian Village.
Fairbanks has a multitude of interesting activities available. Depending on season and weather, visitors could consider a stop at University of Alaska Museum of the North, where guests can view splendid architecture and prize-winning displays.
Shopping in Fairbanks is a bit different than anywhere else. In a single shop, you might find Native handmade, intricately crafted items, and the next aisle contains food staples. Travelers will enjoy gift shops, specialty boutiques, and art galleries.
Alaskan Northern Lights Tour operates from November to March. The tour is led by an Alaskan mountain man, who is also a Trapper and a Dog Musher.
Room was clean. Bed was comfortable. Continental breakfast minimal.
We were in town for my son's wedding. We found the hotel and the staff to be very nice. The room was large and clean. Hotel is updated. Continental breakfast was good and the coffee was excellent! The hotel is in an excellent location for using as a jump off spot. I would recommend staying at this hotel and we will stay here again in the future!
awesome staff and super helpful since I got there late and I was traveling with my parents and 8 year old nephew. beautiful lodge, quiet place, a very beautiful amazing experience in Alaska! I would go back there
A perfect spot! Close to the university and stores.