Ratings based on 35 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from WV
DisappointingPosted Sep 10, 2013
Pros: The closeness to Denali.
The cabins were adequate, but I would not recommend them to anyone else. The bathroom was very, very small; and the sink was out in the main room. The staff was very pleasant.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Wi-Fi was weakPosted Sep 9, 2013
Pros: Rustic feel
Cons: I don't care for bathroom sinks in the room, not bathroom - but that is a structural issue
Location: Short drive to Denali. Quiet cabins set in Spruce Trees and tundra.
Nice little cabins out in the woods. Kind of rustic, but very clean. Not for the "Ritz Carton" crowd. Easy access to park. Quiet.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby Ray from Philadelphia, PA
Pricy but OkPosted Aug 30, 2013
Stayed 1 night in late August'13. Overall impression is Ok. Everything is as expected on the good side. The price is not low but I won't complain about that -- It's close to the Denali Park and decently clean and comfort.
for Everyoneby Luann from Anchorage
Not worth the pricePosted Aug 29, 2013
Pros: It was at least clean and not a great distance from the park.
I knew these were cabins, so was expecting rustic. I also know accommodations at Denali are expensive. This was a pretty bare bones arrangement, the whole cabin shook when you walked (built on stilts). The beds were very uncomfortable. One positive is that they were at least clean, and not far from the park. Bottom line is that they were definitely not worth the price. If they'd been $80 a night, I might have felt differently.
for Familiesby Nasdaqboom from Concord, NH
close to Denali National ParkPosted Aug 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
These are in fact 'real' cabins along the George Parks highway that are super convenient to Denali park. The options for restaurants in the area are limited but there is a pub fare eatery on site that is acceptable. A better option now that I have been there is to camp or use one of the backcountry lodges in Denali park. your experience will be better and you will be surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery and activities the area has to offer. Make sure if you do bring a camera, it has zoom capabilities of 400mm (35mm camera equivalent) or everything in your pictures will be little specs. everything is farther away than you will imagine.
for Everyoneby Renee
Small and out dated for the money and bad foodPosted Aug 21, 2013
The cabin was just ok for what we paid . But the worse thing was there breakfast , the bacon was BAD and NO eggs anywhere and we couldn't drink the coffee ,it sure wasn't worth $11.00 they charged us
Recommendedby Bay Area Visitor from California
Expensive but convenientPosted Aug 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed at this lodge for two night in early august. The rooms were comfortable for the cabin ameneties. But for the price, the breakfast was not included. The breakfast also included few items, no eggs.
for Everyoneby Joe from California
No kitchen, no internet in cabin, great locationPosted Aug 11, 2013
Pros: The handy location.
Cons: Internet in cabins of course. Kitchens, or at least refrigerators and microwave ovens, would be a big plus.
Location: It is just 8 miles from the entrance to Denali National Park.
The promised internet in the cabin did not exist. The helpful staff informed guests that the place to go for it was the outdoor porch of an employee's cabin at the back of the property. So that is where internet addicts carried their laptops and hand-held devices, in the cold wind and sometimes rain, to access the web. Otherwise the cabins are fine.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice but noisyPosted Aug 10, 2013
Nice cabins surrounded by fir trees: clean, bit small and... too closer to the highway.