Very nice and helpful staff, close to everything downtown, clean room but many broken, old furniture. Unit had a greasy food smell. The walls were so thin we could hear the people in the next unit talking while their kid ran through their unit. I would not stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our property sits on the edge of downtown Anchorage overlooking the Cook Inlet, AK Railroad train depot, Ship Creek (urban salmon fishing!), Historic Government Hill, and one of the only water towers in Alaska. The call of seagulls and a light, salty breeze will remind guests that they're near the ocean, while distant train whistles and the sound of bush planes pay homage to The Last Frontier. Our multiple decks and outdoor seating areas are a great place to relax with your group and enjoy all the perks of being so close to the city and wilderness, which means you can simultaneously take in views of the city and uninhabited mountain ranges.We offer a range of upscale room options, from private rooms with a shared bath to complete two bedroom suites with living area, kitchen & fireplace. All of the beds feature pillow top mattresses with quality linens and luxurious down duvets. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arctic Fox Hotel Anchorage