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We were on a princess land Sea tour for 2 weeks. Mt. Mckinney lodge was one of hotel stays. What a beautiful area. Since this consider a lodge the accommodations are like large community with several cottages over the property, with restaurants, theater, clubhouse on...More
Arrived on a clear day blue skies and sunshine mt mckinley/denali was just amazing. I small shuttle will pick you up at your room building and drive you around the property to the main lodge and the restaurants. Beautiful flowers and friendly people… Excellent food...More
Thank goodness that the lodge provides shuttles between all the different buildings because the hills are enough to make old folks like us huff and puff. The rooms are clean and our building had a laundry mat, though I don't know if they all do....More
This was the starting point for our trip. Really enjoyed the large fireplace in the lodge since it rained. we thought the room were a little dated. Really enjoyed the smoke eggs Benedict for breakfast. It was not our time to see the mountains due...More
This Princess Lodge ( McKinley) was in a beautiful setting with great views of the mountains from the Lodge porch. The grounds were well maintained with beautiful landscaping and message boards with information of the surrounding countryside.
The Lodge and shops were very well stocked...More
$135 - $215 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Hotel Trapper Creek ,
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge Alaska/Trapper Creek
Response from nkimperial | Reviewed this property |
Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There... More
Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There is a fee to take the shuttle.
Response from DWROrlando | Reviewed this property |
Check out "Alaska Department of Fish and Game" on Google (I couldn't add link for you). You'll get a lot of great info here. Also if you are in Anchorage, be sure to checkout Ship Creek, it's reported to be one of the best... More
Check out "Alaska Department of Fish and Game" on Google (I couldn't add link for you). You'll get a lot of great info here. Also if you are in Anchorage, be sure to checkout Ship Creek, it's reported to be one of the best spots for Salmon. The Bate Shack has a website with great info as well and sits right beside the creek. Hope this helps.
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"Since there are no elevators. If you have physical disability. Ask for a room on first floor."