I was at this "haunted" hotel for the week of Halloween, but the only thing that was scary was the creepy decorating for the holiday--Thank goodness! Unlike other reviewers, I found the hotel to be a little too quiet at night (I'm a New Yorker), but the rooms have white noise machines. However, during the day you can hear every sound from the Gift Shop below... I also felt the breakfast got tedious after a few days since there was no variety or fresh fruit. You even have to ask to get milk for coffee or cereal. Maybe it was the time of year/lack of produce? The front desk staff was quite friendly and knowledgeable about their city. The fitness room is also better than other small hotels. The location is great if you want to be downtown, although the surrounding restaurants are quite expensive (and this is coming from a New Yorker!)...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Elegantly restored and generously appointed, the Anchorage Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Rich in tradition and elegance... Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Anchorage. The Anchorage Visitor Information Center, Anchorage Convention Centers, 5th Avenue Shopping Mall, the Alaska Center for Performing Arts, the Alaska Railroad Depot, Anchorage Museum, and some of the finest dining and entertainment that Anchorage has to offer are all just steps away from the hotel.Aside from our convenient room amenities, Anchorage Historic Hotel offers guest services to accommodate everyone from the discerning leisure traveler to the busy corporate guest. ... more less
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