Ratings based on 75 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Singapore
Adequate hotel near Denali National ParkPosted Jul 31, 2015
Cons: The size of the bathrooms. The floor of the cabin was also rather sandy.
Location: Denali National Park and Preserve. The Denali Perch Restaurant is also very good.
Conveniently located just about 12 miles away from the national park, Denali Perch offered the three of us adequate accommodation for two nights' sleep. We really enjoyed the restaurant (where we had duck, king prawns, and salmon for dinner). The rooms are a little cramped, though.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from North Carolina
Very RusticPosted Jul 26, 2015
Pros: The resturant food was excellent.
Location: We were about 10 miles from Denali and all the activities there.
We really enjoyed our stay in one of the cabins, nestled in among the pine trees. There was a river close by which just added to the character of the setting. Wonderful views, wonderful experience. It was very rustic, but that is what I wanted to experience in Alaska.
by A verified traveler
Disappointing for the price paidPosted Jul 26, 2015
Stayed in this place last year and liked it. It was good for the price paid. But this year, it was disappointing. Shower was not in proper working condition. When bathroom light was switched on, it made a roaring noise. There were no window curtains or blackout drapes. For the money paid, it was not worth it.
by A verified traveler from Memphis, TN
Very small partially comfortable stayPosted Jul 10, 2015
Our unit was extremely small with tiny bathroom. Heater, towel and toiletry were provided .bed was comfortable. Not much space to hang cloths. Room did not have curtain and blinds were not enough to darken the room to sleep comfortably with sunlight outside at 2 am in the morning . Parking space is limited near unit but you can park outside near main entrance. Wifi was ok. It is difficult to get phone signal here. There are no tv , fridge or microwave in room as they are designed to stay close to nature. There is very good bar plus pizza place at entrance .we didn't go there but looked like nice hanging place.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Beautiful location, very basic facilitiesPosted Jun 25, 2015
Given that this resort is about 10 miles south of the entrance to Denali, it is no surprise that the location is gorgeous. The price is also reasonable. The cabin, however, is very basic. Small, no refrigerator, no TV, very loud fan in the bathroom, cheap, basic, but functional furniture. Still, given that it had a double bed and a loft with an additional bed, we were satisfied with what we got for our money. The food at the restaurant on the hill was quite good and reasonably priced relative to the places close to the park. Walking to breakfast, a moose ran across our path perhaps 30 feet away and posed nicely for a photo next to the mini-moose statues along the road. It is that kind of place.
by A verified traveler from Spokane Wa
newly remodeled facility but major problem.Posted Oct 4, 2014
Pros: Very little except the view.
Cons: Attitude of owner and upkeep of the facility until it actually closes for the season.
Location: Denali Park 20 minutes away
Lodging was in individual cabins. The cabins were newly remodeled and nicely decorated. Our cabin wreaked of raw sewage. When we contacted one of the owners, he was extremely condescending and informed us that this wasn't an urban environment and they had to use septic tanks. Our cabin's septic was overflowing and because it was the end of season, he couldn't do anything about it. We had pre-paid for two nights and had to stay. By the time we left, all of our clothes smelled like sewage and had to be washed, and we were nauseated from the smell. I have both a septic system at home and an RV holding tank, neither of which has ever smelled this bad. The other issue was with the restaurant. Half of the menu items were unavailable because it was end of season. This was understandable but disappointing since we were staying while they were still open, and we were a long way from town.
Recommendedby Dana Williams from Anchorage, AK
Avoid at all costs!Posted Sep 9, 2014 on Hotels
Over-priced, exterior under-maintained, and - worst of all - NO CONSISTENT HOT WATER! (an "observation" confirmed by several others guests).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from PR
Cabin in the woodsPosted Sep 6, 2014
Very neat & cozy place. For a wilderness setting it's quite adequate. Nice restaurants in the areas. Space is just enough for you don't travel to Denali to be enjoying room stay.
Recommendedby Nick Barber from Seattle, WA
Great Cabins to Stay stPosted Sep 5, 2014 on Hotels
I thought my stay was amazing. It was enough to be in Alaska and be near Denali, then add in the Perch Cabins and it was more than I could ask for. Situated next to a creek was beautiful, over looking Mt Panorama was breath taking and the service was exceptional. The two brothers that run the place do a great job of being great hosts and have all the answers you seek for the area. They put together a wonderful book of all the local activities, and being the other people I met who not only live there year round, but grew up there, they knew it all. No question went unanswered. When I go back to Alaska, and its not an if, it's a when, I will be staying there again. Keep up the great work! Oh, and the pizza place had great pizza and served ice cream (moose tracks) in a bowl like at grandma's, it was great! Breakfast at their other restaurant was excellent with a view that is second to non. Take a window seat and just immerse yourself!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 20, 2014 on Hotels
We will bot stay there again.