Welcome to A Taste of Alaska Lodge, your Fairbanks “home away from home.” A Taste of Alaska Lodge aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out Steese Highway (1.7 mi) while visiting Fairbanks, A Taste Of Alaska Hotel is a short distance away.
Rooms at A Taste of Alaska Lodge provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy free breakfast while staying at A Taste of Alaska Lodge. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at A Taste of Alaska Lodge.
A Taste of Alaska Lodge puts the best of Fairbanks at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Great stay! We loved it. The family owners were so hospitable and knowledgeable. Loved talking to them all. The place was very nice and comfortable. It was real Alaska away from the tourists. Rooms were very clean and we loved the decor. It was like staying at a family’s personal home. Very nice morning breakfast with a beautiful view of Denali. I would highly recommend a stay there and would love to come back in the winter to see the Aurora lights.
We stayed here in March 2021 and saw the most spectacular aurora borealis nearly every night. Kory and his family are terrific hosts and I would highly recommend this place to stay. The rooms are very comfortable, the included daily breakfast is satisfying and there is plenty to do during the day here and in Fairbanks, 15 minutes away. Their recommended dog sledding at Paws for Adventure on their own property was a real treat. While March nighttime temperatures are near zero F, their very spacious Aurora Point building on their own 280 acre property provides a cozy place to sit and wait for the aurora to "show up". Wine, coffee and cookies are on the house. Kory is a fund of infomation about the aurora and generous with help for novice photographers. We would stay warm inside the building and dart outside whenever there was an aurora sighting. Certainly a luxurious way to catch this spectacle.…
We visited Fairbanks in March, hoping to see the aurora. I figured this might be tricky so wanted to find somewhere to stay that offered local expertise in addition to a roof over our heads. Wow did we get that with Taste of Alaska! The lodge is family owned and operated; they all know Fairbanks well and are happy to help share that knowledge! I relied on them frequently for everything from tour recommendations to road conditions to, of course, aurora spotting. Even though weather in March is hit-and-miss we did see the aurora one lucky night, and almost certainly we would have missed it without Kory's guidance. If we make it back to Fairbanks again in the future we will absolutely stay here again, highly recommend!
My husband and I arrived late Sunday night to a warm and cozy cabin. The panoramic views of the field and valley below transport you to a winter wonderland, while you stay cozy and peaceful on the couch, or cook dinner for yourself in the well-stocked kitchen. (Costco, REI and Walmart are 10-15 minutes away!) Downstairs, two bedrooms both have queen beds, and your own hot tub nestled in the safety of the downstairs patio. We finished our evenings every night here before resting up for the next day. Each morning, at 9 AM, you can walk a short distance to the main lodge and have a delicious home-cooked breakfast. The owners and their family take pride in creating an atmosphere of camaraderie and old-time charm. They give you great tips on what to do for the day, we are to hike, and want to see around town. One day we had lunch at the pump house-try the elk burger!. One evening we had a nice dinner in downtown Fairbanks a Lavelle’s‘s and make a reservation! Another day, we took to the trails in Denali and enjoy the 2 Hour Dr. to see the scenic mountain terrain. Kory gave us great insight into the Northern Lights, although the clouds dashed our dreams of seeing it for ourselves. This was an amazing honeymoon we will always cherish. …
Our granddaughter picked Alaska for her 16th birthday trip. She wanted to do Cheema Hot Springs and of course, the Northern lights. We went on a tour that took us to Cheema Hot Springs and to Kory Eberhardt's Taste of Alaska Lodge, and it was the perfect place to view the Northern Lights. His lodge is perfect as you could warm up in between going outside to see the Northern Lights! We were extremely lucky to see the most unbelievable Aurora lights. Kory took pictures and sent them to everyone on the tour. Definitely would use Salmon Berry again for this tour and ask for Kirsty!!