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The rooms are pleasant, if a little corporate in style, and quite a bargain for downtown, especially since the hotel is within walking distance of nearly all of Anchorage's main attractions.
One of Anchorage’s oldest and classiest hotels, this yellow high-rise landmark in downtown boasts a dozen shops.
Recalling Captain Cook's voyages to Alaska and the South Pacific, dark teak paneling lines the hotel's interior, and a nautical theme continues into the guest rooms. Full review →
Built just after the devastating earthquake of 1964, the hotel rises like a phoenix out and over the amazing Alaskan landscape,. Full review →
The regularly renewed rooms are decorated in a rich, sumptuous style using exquisite fabrics, unique pieces of custom-built furniture, and lots of varnished trim. Full review →
This historic downtown hotel features beautiful views of Cook Inlet and the Chugash Mountains. Full review →
Among Anchorage’s finest, all 547 rooms offer either mountain or inlet views. Restaurants, lounges, a coffee shop all on site, and an athletic club with pool, sauna, and steam room. Full review →
The swanky grand dame of Anchorage pampers guests with hot tubs, fitness clubs, a beauty salon, Web TV and the famed Crow's Nest Bar. Full review →
This property occupies three towers. With superior service, amenities and atmosphere, it remains one of the city's finest (and largest) hotels. Named for legendary explorer Captain James... Full review →
The hotel is a wonderful relic of Alaska's pipeline-boom of the 1970’s. Full review →
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