Hotel: I stay here every year to sell my wares at the Alaska State Fair. While hotels aren't cheap in Alaska in the summertime, the Peak Inn hasn't let me down. I split the cost of a kitchennette suite with a couple coworkers, and bought an air mattress from Wal Mart to sleep on. They do have rollaways, but they don't do best for my 6'4" frame. By the time I returned to my room on the first day, they had taken the air mattress out of the box, inflated it, and put sheets, blankets, and pillows on it. The hotel is a bit dated, but it's what we needed at the right place at the right time. Tracy Tzou, the owner, is quite the character. She'd remind you of Miss Swan from MADtv, only smarter and nicer.
Restaurant: Delicious Chinese food with an Alaskan Twist (if you like)! Tracy's husband, Jack Tzou, is the head chef, and everything that came out of his kitchen was superb. My favorite dish, the "MUST EAT" is the Orange Halibut. They bring the same loving hospitality to their restaurant that they do to the motel: Dated, but treated well.
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