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A subsidiary of Princess Cruises, the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge will likely be one of your most memorable Alaska experiences! Its boundaries encompass an impressive six million acres — the size of the state of Massachusetts. Home to Denali, North America’s highest peak towers an unbelievable 20,310 feet in the sky. The Park hosts an array of wildlife from moose, caribou, Dall sheep and grizzly bears to gray wolves and red foxes. The Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the closest and most comfortable place to stay when visiting the park. The entrance to Denali National Park is located only a mile from the front door. With an expansive deck overlooking the Nenana River with views into the park, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends, and savor the exquisite landscape.
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Grade: 63 out of 100
12Restaurantswithin 0.25 miles
1Attractionwithin 0.25 miles
Mile 238.5 George Parks Hwy, McKinley Village, Denali National Park and Preserve, AK 99755
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We went on cruise/land trip August and stayed here for a few days. Our room was clean and decorated to fit in with the woodsy surroundings. The lodge had a place to eat (they even prepared box lunches to buy for those going on tours)...More
This was our third Princess Lodge on the land portion of our cruise tour. Our room was small, and had no view. It was at best an average hotel room.
We walked all over the resort and also across the street to the commercial area...More
The accommodations are great, the food was delicious, but the view of the Denali mountains was absolutely spectacular. It is a handicap accessible location. Rooms are located in cabins that are spread throughout the site. The shopping is par but plentiful.
This lodge was the second stop on our 5-day land tour preceeding a Princess cruise. The room accommodations were adequate and clean, although rooms had 2 double beds not queens. The pictures of a sample room on the lodge's website look much brighter and newer...More
Room was very dark/gloomy even with all lights on.
Requested a room change to 1st floor from 2nd floor)
due to minor disability.
No elevators either.
Toilets very low ( not ADA ) with no grab bars near.
Princess should be ashamed to...More