Hotels in Alaska
We are confident you will enjoy touring Alaska and will be overwhelmed by its beauty and friendly people. However, some hotels in certain locations where you will be staying may not be what you expect or are used to. Alaska is still a fairly remote location and many hotel rooms are not equipped with amenities such as telephones, televisions, clocks, or radios. While all the hotels we use are clean and comfortable, do not expect the same kind of accommodations you would find in the lower 48. We cannot guarantee specific types of rooms – for example, a room with a queen or king size bed. Most Alaska hotels have limited bedding choices. Triple rooms, when available, may contain either two beds and a rollaway or one double and one single. This may require guests to share a bed. We cannot confirm or guarantee a smoking or nonsmoking room. We will be happy to pass along all special requests to the hotel (on a request basis), if we are notified at least 30 days prior to departure. Although it does not happen frequently, we must reserve the right to make changes in the accommodations during the course of the tour.
Following is a sample of accommodations for your Alaska tour package. Hotels are assigned at time of documentation. Specific hotel requests are not allowed.
- Anchorage: Westmark Anchorage, Anchorage Hilton, Hotel Captain Cook
- Cooper Landing: Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge
- Copper Center: Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge
- Dawson City: Westmark Inn Dawson City
- Denali: McKinley Chalet Resort, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, McKinley Village Lodge, Denali Backcountry Lodge
- Fairbanks: Westmark Fairbanks, Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge
- Girdwood: Alyeska Resort
- Juneau: Westmark Baranof Hotel
- Seward: Windsong Lodge
- Skagway: Westmark Inn Skagway
- Talkeetna: Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge
- Whitehorse: Westmark Whitehorse