I stayed here with a group of 15 and had a room in the Moose Lodge--the newest and best of the accommodation buildings, in room 105. This building has two floors. A Coke machine is conveniently located inside the building as there are no other stores anywhere in the vicinity. The room was clean, had two double beds and Alaskan decor. There is a tv with 9 channels, clock, fan, desk, phone, basic bathroom amenities. It was 17-25 degrees during my stay and the room was not cold although the floor vents appeared to have no heat coming out of them.
Beds were comfortable but I was unhappy to find no frig in the room. Also there was no guest internet (hardwire and wifi) and this was disappointing. If you had an IPhone and Verizon, then you could connect. We had contracted for all meals. Lunch consisted of making your own sandwich and fries. It was OK. Dinner was really good. Breakfast was average with limited choices provided. Veggies are home grown.
There are numerous activities at this property, some free, others not. You can get free luggage tags with aurora images on them; that is appropriate as this can be a good venue for viewing the aurora when the weather and the atmosphere both cooperate. Walking through the Ice Museum was very impressive. The geothermal springs can be seen from many parts of the property.
I plan to stay here again in the spring.
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- Also Known As:
- Chena Hot Springs Hotel Pleasant Valley
- Chena Hot Springs Resort Alaska/Pleasant Valley