My wife and I booked a three night stay at the Chena "resort" in hopes of seeing the northern lights. The rooms are exceedingly overpriced, small, hot as an oven with no temperature control, no fridge, no microwave, no closet, no phone, and of course, no free breakfast. The hot springs were nice, which is why we gave it a rating higher than zero. The only food within an hour's drive is at the resort and is overpriced, and their activities, such as riding in a dogsled was higher than we have seen anywhere in Alaska or the Yukon. We would have loved to take the dogsled ride, but at $75 per person for a short ride, it was priced way too high, which is probably why we didn't see anybody else taking rides either. If they would lower the price, more people would do it and the dogs, which love to pull the sleds, would get more of the exercise sled dogs need.
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