Aerial view of the Denali Bluffs hotel.

Lodging by Destination

Know where you want to go in Alaska? Now find where to stay.

Seward's Harbor 360 provides convenient access to day cruises.

Lodging by Destination

Know where you want to go in Alaska? Now find where to stay.

Outdoor views of the Kantisha Roadhouse.

Lodging by Destination

Know where you want to go in Alaska? Now find where to stay.

Couple standing outside of their River's Edge cottage.

Lodging by Destination

Know where you want to go in Alaska? Now find where to stay.

Seward

Lodging options in Seward suit those who like to stay central as well as those who'd prefer something more serene. There's a modern harborside hotel, a budget-friendly motel a few blocks away, and a rustic lodge in a forested setting about 10 minutes outside of Seward.

Anchorage

In Anchorage you'll find more traditional hotels, familiar brands, and all-suite accommodations. Although the city is small, hotels closer to the airport or the downtown railroad depot make transportation transfers easy. For accommodations that feel more rural and tranquil, the small town of Palmer offers a pretty backcountry lodge less than an hour from Anchorage.

Talkeetna

In what's often described as the gateway to Denali, many visitors like to stay in Talkeetna on their way to the national park. The lodge perched on a hilltop just outside of town has some of the best Denali views in clear weather. Farther north from Talkeetna near Denali State Park another lodge-style property features pretty forest views and interpretive programs.

Denali

The immediate Denali Park area offers the widest variety of lodging in Alaska. These range from an upscale hotel with mountain views, to homey riverside cabins , to larger resort-style properties. There are two wilderness lodges inside Denali National Park for visitors interested in a remote yet comfortable backcountry experience.

Fairbanks

Two riverfront hotels in Fairbanks provide visitors a perfect setting to enjoy the area's warm Alaskan summer days.

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Girdwood

Unique to Girdwood, a small town on the Turnagain Arm, is Alaska's only ski area hotel resort. It's a popular place to stay even in the summertime.

Cooper Landing and Homer

Independent travelers with their own rental cars can enjoy an overnight or two in Cooper Landing at a grand lodge with bungalow-style rooms and outdoor hot tubs. Farther down the road in Homer , there's a newly built all-suite hotel, as well as a classic waterfront motel with views of Kachemak Bay.

Copper Center

Travelers heading in the opposite direction, namely north and east out of Anchorage, can find relaxing accommodations at a remote lodge resort with restaurants, trails, and views of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park just outside of Copper Center. And for those intrepid travelers heading all the way to Valdez, the town's newest hotel is just a few blocks from its busy harbor front.

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Lodging by Destination