Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Couples only. Children would be out of placePosted Jun 28, 2012
pHleased with the hotel and overall experience. Hotel was located overlooking river and next o hot tubs which was great
for Couplesby Marylinfrom Perth, Western Australia
SupurbPosted Jun 13, 2012
Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is supurb. The view from our room was magic and the convenience of all the facilities and amenities on site were fantastic right down to providing a postal service to ship our gifts and excess baggage home. All the Staff were friendly and helpful. I can thoroughly recommend this Lodge as a place to stay,
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice locationPosted May 28, 2012
Good hotel to stay with great views but they focus on big tours and forget about independent travelers.
for Otherby A verified travelerfrom Ca
Denali tripPosted Aug 17, 2011
Loved it , it was the highlight of our trip , beautifu hotel and grounds
for Business Travelersby A verified travelerfrom Washington, DC
Beautiful views, but kind of like being on a Cruise ShipPosted Jun 27, 2011
This hotel has everything you need (kind of like a cruise ship, which I try to avoid) --- but I suggest leaving the hotel and trying the shops and restaurants across the street. The locally owned restaurants are great (like the Crow's Nest), as are the local shops. The breakfast in the Lodge was totally mediocre and very overpriced! The bar in the Lodge of the hotel is great though --- great view, fabulous bartender (Rod).
for Familiesby A verified travelerfrom Arkansas
"Beautiful area"Posted Sep 24, 2010
The season was ending, but the people were still very accommodating.
by A verified travelerfrom San Francisco, CA
Total Rip-Off Stay away no matter whatPosted Sep 3, 2010
Except for the young boy who helped us with out luggage, this hotel was a terrible experience. Extremely pricey but the rooms were bare-bones. Tiny tiny room with 2 double beds crammed in, smelly bathrooms and no amenities whatsoever. We had to call 3 times for a shower cap. No coffee pot in the room? Are you kidding me... Service was terrible, the staff was rude. They probably get by all this crap because they get most of their customer through their own cruises. I wish I had stayed a a bed-n-breakfast right opposite. I would have save a ton of money and I am sure the hosts would have been nicer.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Adelaide
Good choicePosted Jun 30, 2009
We found the Princess Wilderness Lodge a very good choice, well maintained and comfortable. The Lodge has a number of eating venues located in verious buildings within the complex which offered variety and good quality meals at competitive prices. The Lodge provides an effective hospitality bus to the Denali Visitors Centre. The Lodge is a stopping point for many other bus services which made logistics easy.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Anchorage, AK
**Rooms R Small**Posted Sep 10, 2008
Had a nice time in Denali, hotel had very nice views of the mountains and river (not from our room). Nice hot tub set-up out side, it viewed out to the mountains and river. The transportation to and from the train depot to the hotel was great (fast and easy). Very nice place to stay but there standard rooms are small and very much standard.
by A verified traveler
Not impressedPosted May 28, 2008
The majority of the visitors to this hotel were over the age of 70. This resort is very bare bones for the price that was paid per night. There were no special amenities. Since this is near a national park we expected to have a refrigerator and easy access to box lunches for hiking.