Kenai Aspen Suites Hotel is the newest hotel on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. All kitchenette suites property featuring complimentary wireless internet throughout the hotel, business E-center, fitness center, guest laundry. Located close to airport, shopping and local activities.
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Spectacular views of Kenai River, Cook Inlet. Watch for beluga whales. Fishing, bear-viewing trips.
Owned by a longtime Alaska family, this resort features a two-story lodge with historical suites containing private baths, full kitchens and fantastic views. Other features include cabins and a full hook-up RV park. Laundry, fish cleaning stations, freezer space, charters, tours, pot luck socials and more.
Fantastic view! Privacy in 11 forested acres on beach of 600 acre lake. Boat/canoe 10 mile shoreline; lakeside hot tub; trout fishing; birding; eagles, loons, moose. Smoke-free rooms, log cabins: kitchens stocked w/breakfast, private bath, Whirlpool¨ tub, Dish TV, WiFi, restaurant delivery. Near Captain Cook Park: Beach-combing, Salmon River. Christian hosts.
Kenai Safari Camp provides a comfortable and affordable base camp from which to explore the incomparable Kenai Peninsula and Denali. Whitewater, hiking, glacier cruising, whale watching, fishing, kayaking, mountain biking, bear viewing and Denali. Five to ten day all camping or camping and lodge options.
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