We stayed just one night here, and I think it was suitable for that. Our room for 3 guests had a king and bunk bed. The bunk (I thought) was kind of fun given the camp-like feel of the place. Large bathroom. A bit of a hike around the grounds but nothing I couldn't handle. Two outdoor hot tubs with panoramic views of the Alaska range. I took a horseback riding tour as well. Pretty expensive horse ride, but it was a nice venture. The main lodge had ample indoor and outdoor seating all staged around viewing the mountain when she's out which was probably 80% of the time we were there and the view is unreal!
Some comments toward the negative include below average service in the Grizzly Bar (ordered an appetizer that never came), a broken screen panel on the main door to lodge 5 (easy entrance for skeets), and no bar soap provided for the sink in our room--handing washing, anyone?
It the mountain had hid from us I would not have been so understanding, but that was an experience I'll never forget.
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