Mat-Su Resort is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Wasilla, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a seating area, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Mat-Su Resort guest, you can enjoy an on-site restaurant that is available on-site.
Close to Alaska Live Steamers (2.1 mi), a popular Wasilla landmark, Mat-Su Resort is a great destination for tourists.
Wasilla has plenty of Italian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Tuscana Pizza, Evangelo's Restaurant, and Piccolino's, which are serving up some great dishes.
Enjoy your stay in Wasilla!
All the rooms have a view of the lake. The check in is done in the restaurant which we didn't know. There was a small problem with the room but management was quick to take care of it and all in all it was a pleasant stay. The restaurant was good too.
First of all no one was there for check in. I got a message and a code for a key. The room was described as a Junior Suite with 2 beds. It was actually a 1 bed and a pull out chair that was broken. I had to put the "chair mattress" on the floor but the carpet was kind of old and dirty so put a sheet down first. If it was a cheap place that would be okay but it was very expensive in the $300 range! I had a first floor room and the view of the lake was nice. When I checked out the office and restaurant were also closed. Felt like a cross between Schitt's Creek and The Shining.
The Mat-Su resort is lovely. Rooms are nicely appointed with beautiful lake view. Resort has a great restaurant and bar area as well where we enjoyed a terrific breakfast. Easy to find and plenty of parking available.
Stayed here for two nights in a deluxe king room.The room was pleasant, quiet and a good size with a small en-suite and a seating area outside at the back with lovely views across the lake. There is good, free wifi in the room. The block of rooms is set apart from the associated restaurant complex. Parking was available just outside the room. No breakfast is available here and the resort restaurant did not open until 11.00. We attempted to have an early dinner at the restaurant on our first evening, but the place was crowded out - we waited for an hour and a half before one of our meals arrived and the kitchen appeared to be in total meltdown. We did not return there. Wasilla's restaurants are a short drive away as are supermarkets if you prefer to do it yourself. The resort requests a $200 deposit for the room in case of damage - we found this an unusual and unwelcome practice.…
Beautiful views across the lake towards the mountains with clean, comfortable rooms! The bed was really comfortable and overall it's a quiet place. One weird thing is for some reason it's against the law for you to walk from the bar to the room with a drink.
The room was perfect! The view was spectacular! Clean and reasonably priced, attached restaurant had good food and above all, friendly staff! I would have stayed longer if I could have cancelled reservations for the next night at a different location!
My wife and I stayed here around the first part of July 2018. The room was very well kept and looked to have been renovated recently. We ate at the restaurant that is attached to the hotel and the food was phenomenal! We overheard some of the locals talking about the property has changed hands multiple times and it looks like the new owner has invested a lot of time and effort. Highly recommend staying here! We will definitely be back!
We stayed here in June 2018. Local history indicates that this place has been through many incarnations over the recent past. It is now family owned and operated. Based on our experience, the current owners have succeeded in creating a great place to stay with a good restaurant. They continue to invest significantly in the property. Our room was generous in size, comfortable, scrupulously clean and had a balcony overlooking the lake. The owner gave us permission to fish off the boat dock (we caught and released several rainbow trout). There is both a restaurant and a bar where food is also served (some overlap between the menus). Staff were friendly and competent; service was good and attentive. Highly recommended. There is a spa / beauty parlour within easy walking distance (not connected with the hotel). Downtown Wasilla is a short drive.…
I believe there’s much to improve on the service so I give it 3 stars. It seems like they are trying to be a nice place to stay but are unaware of the visitors needs. What we enjoyed: The service is very friendly and pleasant, the people who work there are all charming and nice and do their best to be helpful. The room has lovely wooden furniture and artwork that seem unique and add to the quality of the interior. There is a bathtub! It’s small, but it’s an important element to comfort. The mattress is wonderful, so are the pillows. The towels seem new and fresh. What could be better: The people at the front desk are not always there, they leave in the evening and come back in the morning, so if a problem arises during nighttime, no one is there to help. The coffee machine is weird, it makes one cup at a time and then you have to wait for it to cool down to make the second cup. If you want to make tea, it’s just not very convenient. There are cups, but no spoons... No convenience store anywhere near, so either you arrive with your own utensils or you go buy them, or just use your hands. The shampoo/conditioner/shower gel set was provided only once (they assumed it would be enough for a family of three, for four days). For the money they charge they could refill at least every other day. If you look beyond the nice furniture, the room itself looks cheap and plain. It’s rather small, there’s awkward linoleum on the floor, the walls are thin and everything is squeaky when people in other rooms walk around and you are trying to sleep, it sounds like the whole building is shaking. The room is very cold. Alaskans are used to that, but if you’re a visitor you just have to crank the heat up all the way and hope it would be warm enough. There are no robes or slippers. So if you don’t bring your own, there’s nothing they can do. On the first night the floor was so cold, I couldn’t feel my toes. The dirt. It’s slippery outside but they put sand on the ice. However nothing is there to stop the sand from getting into your room. No doormat, no corridor, you just open the door and walk straight into bedroom and get all the melting ice mixed with the sand with you. Even though located peacefully near a lovely lake, it’s not a quiet place to stay. The walls are thin, and there are loud events happening mornings and evenings. Not a problem if you are there for the events, but if you’re looking for a family time, different story. So basically all of these problems are fixable, I hope they improve. …
Ate at the bar. Food was ok. However the screaming kid. (Yes in the bar). Made it un pleasant. Staff just laughed about it. So we left. We would have stayed longer and had drinks however listening to the small child screaming was not what we intended for our evening out