Hotels & Motels
Whether your Alaska adventure budget allows for a luxury hotel or budget-friendly motel or inn, overnight accommodations in Alaska offer something for everyone. Stay at a renowned four-star resort or an inn off the beaten path - either way, you are sure to enjoy your nights in the 49th state.
Hotels in Alaska are as varied as the landscapes, from high-end hotels perched on mountainsides with stunning vistas, to charming lakeside inns, to conventional hotels in major cities catering to business travelers. Amenities like transportation, restaurants, spas, business centers, and swimming pools can be found at many of the larger establishments, while the locally-owned hotels, motels, and inns offer Alaska amenities that you won’t find anywhere else – like northern lights wake-up calls, locally-sourced products and Alaska grown food, or historic locations that highlight Alaska’s rich history.
Rates vary seasonally and some properties are open only in summer, while others cater more to winter travelers interested in activities like skiing and northern lights viewing. Hotels in top destinations book up quickly from June - August, so summer travelers should make reservations well in advance.
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Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge overlooks the Kenai River in Cooper Landing. Each bungalow-style room features a wood-burning stove, vaulted...
Welcoming guests for almost 60 years, the small family-owned Pioneer Inn offers warm Alaskan hospitality. The property is located in downtown...
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