I booked two nights (mandatory minimum) at the Kantishna Roadhouse for the third week in August of this year. A single room for two people was nearly $1000 per night, all food included. First the website talks about their comfortable shuttle bus....it's an old school bus which you ride for 6 1/2 hours over a rutted, mostly one-lane road. We got to the lodge around 7 PM. The room was comfortable enough but completely devoid of amenities except shampoo, soap and towels. No phone, no clock, no coffee pot, no TV. Biggest disappointment was the food, barely edible for $970 per night. Would not recommend to anyone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kantishna Roadhouse is a backcountry lodge resort in the heart of Denali National Park. Comfortable well-appointed cabin lodging, all-inclusive experience. Enjoy abundant activities including daily guided hikes, gold panning with expert guides, mountain biking, & fly-fishing for Arctic Grayling in Moose Creek. For those that choose to stay in camp for the day, our comfortable natural history library, cozy lobby, or outdoor screened-in porch -- offer pleasant alternatives. This is a true Alaskan adventure in one of the most beautiful national parks in the world. The transportation to and from the resort is half the fun. Our buses gives you the opportunity to see abundant wildlife in its natural setting, including grizzly bears, wolves, moose, caribou, dall sheep, among other critters. Kantishna Roadhouse is the only resort in the backcountry with a bar/saloon. Sip wine on the banks of the Moose River while you take in a beautiful sunset by the fire. Enjoy activities and relaxation. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kantishna Roadhouse Hotel Denali National Park And Preserve