Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Bob & Christyfrom Oregon
Family Trip - Fishing & FunPosted Sep 29, 2014 on Hotels.com
Bob and Dot were fabulous hosts at the lodge! We stayed in the Riverview House and will most definitely be back. All of the little details were amazing and made these 3 days of our 10 day Alaska adventure the best. I can't wait for the next time. House was clean and well-stocked and the hosts were great. Go prepared with your own food as there are not a lot of services in the immediate vicinity.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby Cheryl Tfrom Des Moines, IA
Quiet and RestfulPosted Jul 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
This lodge is gorgeous! You can't beat the views from the lodge-the river behind and the mountains. The owner is delightful and we had a wonderful night. The make your own breakfast was a change from standard bed and breakfasts but nice to do on our own schedule. The fridge was well stocked with anything we could want. Highly recommend.
Recommendedby Brianfrom Wasilla
Posted Jul 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
Absolutely the most relaxing place I've ever stayed. My family and I were treated like we were family as well. I would recommend this place to everyone I know.
Recommendedby Judifrom Alaska
Posted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was great. The view was super and the location was off the highway yet close enough to get back on the road again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Ultra modern, artful rooms in pristine wildernessPosted Aug 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Gallery Lodge is a hidden gem. The rooms are an interior designers dream, the amenities are ultra modern and the setting is pristine off Kasilof river. The host, an artist, is amazingly friendly and generous. She even took our son to fish on Kasilof! For us, this is easily one of the best stays ever.
for Business Travelersby R.R.from Anchorage
Excellent service and a great placePosted Aug 15, 2013 on Hotels.com
I told the owner that we would be arriving late but I had no idea how late. She told me she'd leave my room open. When I couldn't find the place due to bad directions, I called at 2:00 a.m. She gave me detailed directions and even met us at the door 15 minutes later. She showed us our room and left us alone. The room was super clean as was the rest of the place. The breakfast situation here is unique (to me, at least). You are welcome to cook anything you find in the kitchen. Beautiful scenery, too. I will go back and stay longer.,
for Golfby A verified travelerfrom Anchorage
DisappointedPosted Aug 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were very disappointed in this lodge. The room temperature was 76 degrees with no window or fan. There was no comfortable place to sit and read while watching the view. The full breakfast was "make your own" and consisted of unappetizing frozen items, packaged fruit cocktail, two individual juices (the guests upstairs took one), dry cereal, etc. some juice, yogurt, and eggs showed the next day. The "Pottery Room" had only one small piece of pottery. The owner was nice and the view was great.
by Barbarafrom Anchorage, Alaska
weird accommodations by a pretty riverPosted Aug 4, 2013
Cons: Reconstructing the layout and improved management
Location: It is on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula— fishing, flight seeing
When we finally arrived (faulty directions), after calling twice that day to clarify what time we would arrive, the proprietor claimed she had never received our reservation. Luckily we had printed out the confirmation. She was very flustered and told us she didn't have a room, that the party that had reserved another room had arrived with 6 kids. She then took us upstairs to "the theater", a windowless and airless room, and told us she could put a mattress on the floor. We declined and told her she had to give us the room we had confirmed. She did reluctantly. The description did say "shared bath", but to get to it we had to walk across a large room with tables and chairs that could seat probably 40 people. I also had to go upstairs to use the bath, because when you are sharing a bath with 7 other people it is often in use. She seems to want to turn this into a mini-convention and wedding center, but I wouldn't trust that any reservation made could ever be relied on.
for Everyoneby AFGfrom Fairbanks Alaska
Peaceful ParadisePosted Jul 31, 2013
Cons: Better driving directions to location, emailed or texted, would be an only improvement I can say!
Location: Fishing on the Kenai!
I would have to say in all my 40 years in Alaska, I have never stayed in a more beautiful place!