We stayed 1 night at the Copper River Princess and were pleasantly surprised by the beautiful location overlooking the Wrangle-St. Elias Mountains. The front desk staff was friendly and welcoming, and the room was clean, comfortable but basic. It was definitely the best choice in the area. After traveling many miles in a vehicle, we appreciated the beautiful walking trails around the lodge to stretch our legs and take in the incredible scenery. On the downside, the Wi-Fi didn't reach our room and was only usable in the lobby area. The service in the bar was terrible and we were completely ignored for at least 10 minutes even though numerous servers were all around us. We were about to give up and leave when the locals we had been chatting with in the bar told us, "It's the end of the season, you have to cut them slack because they are burn't out." While I had empathy & patience for them, I was expecting better, especially for the high cost of the food and beverages. The restaurant breakfast service was not much better although the food was adequate. Burnt out employees aside, it was overall a very good stay and I would stay there again, but not in September when it is the end of their season.
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- Also Known As:
- Copper River Princess Wilderness Hotel Copper Center