Enjoy a view of Lake Hood from Lakefront Anchorage Hotel.

Anchorage Lodging

Staying for a few days or just overnight? Either way rest easy in Alaska’s largest city.

Standard queen room at the Lakefront Anchorage Hotel.

Anchorage Lodging

Staying for a few days or just overnight? Either way rest easy in Alaska’s largest city.

Comfort Inn located near downtown Anchorage.

Anchorage Lodging

Staying for a few days or just overnight? Either way rest easy in Alaska’s largest city.

Enjoy the outdoor patio at the SpringHill Suites.

Anchorage Lodging

Staying for a few days or just overnight? Either way rest easy in Alaska’s largest city.

Anchorage Hotels

Most Anchorage accommodations are centered around downtown or the airport, two areas separated by about six miles. Alaska Tour & Travel can recommend several options for your stay based upon your activity schedule, budget, and personal preferences.

The Lakefront Anchorage is situated on scenic Lake Hood Seaplane Base and is just a few minutes from the Ted Stevens International Airport, making it perfect for those catching flights in or out of town, or heading out on flightseeing tours in a bush plane. With three restaurants, a lakeside deck, and nearby walking path, this is an excellent choice for those who wish to be in the center of Alaska's aviation action.

The Comfort Inn is located along the banks of Ship Creek and within walking distance of many downtown restaurants and attractions. It is also just a few blocks from the Anchorage train depot. The property has an indoor pool, shuttle service, and complimentary breakfast buffet. Like the Lakefront, the Comfort Inn is a stone's throw from an iconic Alaska activity. In this case it's salmon fishing: Wild Alaskan salmon run up Ship Creek all summer, making it a very popular local fishing spot.

Those looking to stay farther from the downtown area will find SpringHill Suites to be a quiet retreat. This all-suite hotel on a lake near the University of Alaska Anchorage offers a shuttle service to the airport or railroad depot, complimentary breakfast, and miles of nearby forested walking trails.

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For those seeking less expensive hotel accommodations with limited services, budget-conscious choices include the Fairfield Inn and Suites and Ramada Anchorage.

Within less than an hour's drive from Anchorage, there are two quite unique lodging options. South in the ski town of Girdwood is one of Alaska's rare luxury properties, the beautiful Hotel Alyeska. Tucked into the woods north near Palmer is the Knik River Lodge, a property offering the feel of a backcountry hideaway despite its proximity to civilization. Both of these are good options for travelers on self-drive vacations.

Anchorage hotels are plentiful but do fill up fast between May and September, so an early booking is recommended. To truly enjoy the character and multitude of things to do in Anchorage, a stay of one to two nights is recommended.

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Anchorage Lodging