Walking and running paths adjacent to this downtown Fairbanks hotel wind along the Chena River; various government offices are within 3 blocks and Fort Wainwright ...
It was a very pleasant place and in a great location.
Situated in Fairbanks, this resort is 0.2 mi (0.2 km) from Chena Hot Springs.
The hot springs are great but that's the only reason to go here. You have to pay extra for the Internet and it's already expensive. The Internet isn't very strong so it may not be worth the money for you. Great hikes and pools, the livestock on site was fun to watch and the staff was super friendly ...
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Alaska House Art Gallery, Fairbanks Ice Museum, and Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors ...
We found the hotel to be quite nice with clean, comfortable rooms and friendly, knowledgeable staff. They have more than adequate parking lot electrical connections, a big plus for winter weather in Fairbanks. The breakfast has hot options which is a nice plus.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Pioneer Air Museum, Pioneer Park, and 40 Below Fairbanks. Palace Theatre and Carlson Center Event ...
It is a little off the beaten path but it is a newly remodeled hotel and the beds are very comfortable and the rooms are clean. I didn't care for the pillows only because they were too fluffy. The staff was nice and we didn't eat there but they do have a restaurant there.
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Pioneer Park, 40 Below Fairbanks, and Pioneer Air Museum. Palace Theatre and Carlson ...
we have to thank the staff for waking us up before the dawn, so we enjoyed the incomparable aurora in the back yard of the hotel, much better than we did in the clear summit two days ago at midnight. Breakfast is satisfying. The only drawback is the window cann't open in the room, we love fresh ...
Situated in Fairbanks, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Georgeson Botanical Garden, Pioneer Park, and 40 Below Fairbanks. University of Alaska-Fairbanks and ...
This was a great place to stay. I really enjoyed the steam room, and the room was very clean and comfortable. I would stay here again.
Situated in Fairbanks, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Fairbanks Community Museum, Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary, and Dog Mushers Museum. Fairbanks Ice Museum ...
Excellent staff which was the key. Shuttle service was a bonus and saved lot of money. Would stay again.
Located in the heart of Fairbanks, this hotel is steps from Dog Mushers Museum, Gallery 49 Fine Art Gallery, and Fairbanks Ice Museum. Morris Thompson Cultural ...
Rooms had a lot of space and are kept clean. Had to find my own cart, unload my own car and take up my own luggage while by myself with 4 kids. Not sure if they're short on help or that's not part of their job. Wasn't thrilled with that part.
Situated in Fairbanks, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Palace Theatre, 40 Below Fairbanks, and Pioneer Park. Pioneer Air Museum and Carlson Center Event ...
Nice hotel, secluded area yet still close to downtown and area attractions.
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.
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