My husband and I stayed 2 nights in June at the White Moose Lodge (while visiting Denali National Park.) The rooms were basic, quiet, and comfortable enough (no "frills" -- m'wave/frig, etc.). Did not try their "continental breakfast" as we just ate cereal in our room. The view is nice, however, the "town" was a bit misrepresented. If you want to eat at a restaurant, you will need to eat at the little boardwalk area near Denali National Park (Healy-- where the lodge is-- was supposed to have a restaurant, but the one and only spot we found was not something we cared to try.) You should compare the prices between the White Moose and those around Denali -- it just depends upon what you are looking for in accommodations. If you plan to spend a lot of time in the park, etc. and just plan on sleeping somewhere on a budget - White Moose is perfectly fine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rated best value in-area. We are located 11 miles North of the Denali National Park entrance, in Healy. Our rooms have a wilderness view of Mt. Healy and spruce forest. All rooms have 2 double beds, full bath, Microwave, Refrigator, coffee maker, free satellite TV, and free high speed Wi-Fi. Our cozy, family-style lodge is worlds away from the congested Park entrance. All rooms are ground level and are clean, quiet and comfortable. $95 - $115 ... more less
- Also Known As:
- White Moose Hotel Healy