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We stayed here for 2 nights as part of a Princess cruisetour. The lodge consists of only one building, unlike the Princess lodges at Kenai and Denali. Our first-floor room was clean and comfortable. We were on the rear side, but we had only a...More
Average rooms, great view if you can book an even numbered room on the second floor. We stayed in 228, on the southern end of the hotel. Any of the even rooms from 228 up should be good. Food is pretty good, but dinner service...More
We ate dinner here twice during our Alaskan visit. On the first evening we ordered the baked rockfish with mashed potatoes and broccoli and sirloin steak with wild rice with a house salad. My wife enjoyed her steak, but I wasn't impressed with the rockfish...More
the lodge is next to the largest national park in Alaska. the views from the rooms are breathtaking. nothing but mountains and wilderness. the restaurant is great. the staff are very friendly. you will love it.
In two weeks in Alaska, this was by far the highlight of our trip. This lodge has typical hotel rooms, clean and comfortable. The service is what sets them apart. Upon arrival there were fresh baked chocolate chip cookies in our room.
We had a...More