I am a frequent business guest at the Captain Cook, I visit 3 times a year. The hotel is a throwback to a time of more unique hotels when the chains were not as ubiquitous. The Captain Cook isn't that pretty from the outside but that which is lacking on the outside is more than made up for on the inside. Great coffee shop in the am, great food in several restaurants in the pm. The rooms are nice not fantastic but always clean and comfortable with nice beds/sheets and good blackout curtains if you visit in the summer. If you can get the VIP floor you have a nice lounge with drinks/snacks and a really great view. Great location for walking around the city and close proximity to some good restaurants if you wish to leave the hotel. The service has always been good and the people friendly. Some of the best native art can be seen in the galleries in the hotel. Expect to pay some big dollars here but the quality is top notch. Even if you don't stay at the Cook its worth a visit for the galleries and lunch at Fletcher's its one the best lunch spots in the city.
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- Located in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, each of the Hotel Captain Cook’s 547 luxury accommodations of rooms and suites offer a stunning view, whether it’s of the neighboring Cook Inlet or the Chugach Mountains. Captain Cook is Alaska's member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Captain Cook Anchorage
- Hotel Captain Cook
- Captain Cook Hotel
- The Hotel Captain Cook Anchorage, Alaska