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Chestertown, New York
Reviewed 22 October 2016

It is part of the Arctic experience. You stay in a totally no frills atmosphere with the bath way down the hall. The generators are running and it is light out all night. You deal with all this to boast that you visited Prudhoe Bay and saw the Arctic Ocean.

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Rego Park, New York
Reviewed 26 August 2016

We were so happy to be able to stay here since they only take reservations a few weeks before you want to come. The room, with bathroom, met our basic needs. That's all we were looking for. Three meals a day are included and the food was excellent. The staff was warm and friendly and made our stay great.

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Austin, Texas
Reviewed 21 March 2016 via mobile

This hotel is 99% oil field related workers. I didn't sleep here, but the company I worked for had an account for us to eat our meals here which were actually pretty darn good! It's not much to see, but it's a place to sleep. Make sure you book your room in advance because they sell out early.

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Las Vegas
Reviewed 8 February 2016

Ohk so it's almost the only place in town but it's fast and friendly and has free coffee. The Prudhoe Bay Hotel is a cleverly-disguised collection of pre-fab buildings with a range of rooms - some private bath, others like a typical work-camp with shared facilities. Food is available 24-hours a day with a decent selection of sandwiches and beverages...

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Sterling, Alaska
Reviewed 10 January 2016

This hotel is primarily a place for oil field companies to house their workers. Dont let that lead you to think its less than excellent though. Probably the best asset is its food. The location being in Deadhorse Alaska as far north as you can drive in the continent, its a real gem. I am amazed any tourist has ever...

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Santa Clara, California
Reviewed 7 January 2016

Do not expect to 5 star ambiance. This is designed and purpose build for oil workers to stay and work. Rooms are very industrial and lack the traditional luster. But I'm not complaining given the location and outside was -50 when I stayed there. BTW, I drove through Dalton to get there and this was a welcome relief. Internet speed...

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Stuttgart, Germany
Reviewed 11 August 2015

Its really just a mancamp, made of modulars stuck together, but it is warm, and the bed is -well-lets not talk about the bed. Food is really pretty darn good, and you can pretty much eat as much as you want. Television in a common room for entertainment,

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Reviewed 21 June 2015 via mobile

After a long drive up the Dalton we weren't sure what to expect upon reaching Deadhorse, especially considering we hadn't booked a room. Drove to the Prudhoe Bay Hotel, judgements were made on covers (this place isn't much to look at from the outside). But we went in and were advised by the lady at reception that there were still...

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Malmo, Sweden
Reviewed 10 March 2015

The hotel is just as unexpected as the town itself. One can't compare them to your usual townn or your usual hotel. We spent the night here, before flying on to Kaktovik and we were surprised. We got in late afternoon with a flat tire fixed up with fix-a-flat, the rain was pouring down, everything was muddy and grey and...

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Bracebridge, Canada
Reviewed 27 November 2014

At the end of the Dalton hwy near the airport. We stopped here early one morning beginning of September Very cold outside all vehicles were left running even with the price of gas but inside it was the warmest place we have visited. They treated us like one of the workers Getting there was amazing all kinds of wildlife 0n...

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Address: Deadhorse, AK
Region: United States > Alaska > Deadhorse
Number of rooms: 150
Also Known As:
Prudhoe Bay Hotel Alaska/Deadhorse
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“If your flight looks like it's about to cancel due to weather make a reservation before the rush !”
 of 5 bubbles TransCyberian, 8 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Why on earth would you come here on your own dime. This is a hotel primarily for oil field companies to house their employees.”
 of 5 bubbles 178charlese, 10 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Once you get here after driving the Dalton, perhaps been out hiking for a number of days, camping outdoors, enjoying the continuosly shifting weather, experiencing a flat, being snowed in in Atigun pass, being overtaken by 18-wheelers, surviving a number of neverending roadwork areas, you will be excited just to get a bed and indoor plumbing and hot water.”
 of 5 bubbles 13_andyv, 10 Mar 2015 | Read review
“Singles might be okay with the single rooms w/shared bathrooms, but for an older couple, the private bathrooms are great.”
 of 5 bubbles Milwaukeetraveler-dj, 31 Aug 2014 | Read review
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