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    Alaska Hotel & Resort Travel Guide

    Alaska is unlike anywhere in the continental U.S. Covered in glaciers, mountains, and wildlife parks, it’s a must-visit destination, where you can find both adventure and serenity. From marveling at the Northern Lights in the wintertime to catching sight of bears in the summer months, there’s always something to discover. Book cheap flights to Alaska today to explore and experience the wilderness and wildlife.

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    Alaska is the largest of the 50 states, even though it’s not physically connected to the continental U.S. The Arctic Ocean is to the north and Canada is to the east, while Bering Strait is to the west, and the Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Alaska are to the south. The state is referred to the Last Frontier, and it’s no surprise considering much of the state is still uninhabited.

    Alaska is home to Mount McKinley, the tallest mountain the country, and Bering Glacier, which spreads across nearly five percent of the state. In addition to the region’s mountain ranges and glaciers, there are over three million lakes and 3,000 rivers in Alaska.

    Best and Worst Times to Visit

    The best and worst times to visit really depend on your preferences and the regions you plan on exploring. If you’re looking to experience a winter wonderland, visit between December and March. This is when some of the state’s most celebrated events take place, such as ice-carving competitions, sled-dog relays, and snow-mobile races. While there are plenty of recreational activities and events to keep you entertained, expect frigid temperatures and shorter days during these months.

    For warmer temperatures and extended daylight, May through August are some of the best times to visit Alaska. Temperatures range between 60 and 80 degrees F, and the sun shines for around 19 hours on June 21. The sunny days and nights are pleasant, but this is tourist season, so you may face crowds and higher rates during this time.


    Whether you’re celebrating your honeymoon or exploring the state with your family, you’ll find a variety of Alaska hotels to match your preferences. From luxury lodging to budget-friendly places, we’ve got it all. Sort through our selection and discover bed and breakfasts, which are a perfect option for your romantic retreat, or lodging with spacious rooms to help make your kids feel at home. Many places provide restaurants, fitness centers, and Wi-Fi access, while some may even offer business centers and shuttle service.

    The state also features a number of Alaska ski resorts, which are within easy access of the slopes. Resorts often provide additional amenities such as on-site restaurants, pools, recreational activities, and spa treatments. Take a peek at our selection to score cheap deals on Alaska resorts and hotels.

    Things to Do

    Bundle up and take advantage of Alaska’s outdoor activities during the winter season. Dog mushing belongs at the top of your list. This sport is a major part of Alaskan culture, and you can join a four-legged team, mushing your way through frozen terrain. However, if you’d prefer to pull your own weight, carve up the trails at Alyeska Resort. Or stay at one of the hotels in Anchorage and hit up the nearby slopes at Hilltop Ski Area. As long as you’re braving the winter temperatures, watch for the Northern Lights, which is a colorful aurora that illuminates the sky between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. on clear evenings.

    Alaska isn’t always covered in snow, though. If you’re visiting during the summer months, soak up nearly 20 hours of sunshine each day. Cast a line for salmon at Ship Creek or canoe around the glaciers at Spencer Lake. Mountain bike along the Lost Lake Trail, hike the 11-mile Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, and venture over to the Chugach State Park to witness wild moose, eagles, and grizzly bears.

    In addition to its scenic landscape and magnificent wildlife, Alaska has an intriguing history. Learn about the Alaska natives at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, or visit the Eskimo Village and the Inupiat Heritage Center in Barrow. Stop at the Talkeetna Historical Society for exhibits on mining, and marvel at the world’s largest totem pole collection at Totem Heritage Center.


    While Alaska only recently gained statehood in 1959, indigenous people have inhabited the area for more than 10,000 years. The Russians were the first Europeans to settle in the area during 17th century, and then miners flocked to the region during the gold rush in the late 1800s. However, despite massive changes over several hundred years, there are still natives who live off the land and continue to follow ancient traditions.

    Dog-sled racing is a fairly new, but extremely popular tradition in Alaska. The Yukon Quest dates back to 1984, when a team of mushers decided to embark on a dog-sled race along the historic gold rush trails and the Yukon River. Often called the Toughest Race on Earth, it’s a 1,000-mile course that runs through rugged and remote terrain and can take up to two weeks to complete. The Iditarod Sled Dog Race, also known as the Last Great Race on Earth®, is another popular mushing event. This race takes place a month later in March, with a course from Anchorage to Nome.

    Dog-sled races aside, the Alaska State Fair is much anticipated event. This annual fair has occurred in the Matanuska Valley since 1936. Each September, the fairgrounds are filled with carnival rides, giant vegetable contests, concerts, cultural performances, and more.


    This northern state is well known for cold water seafood, such as salmon, halibut, and Alaskan King Crab. However, large game certainly makes an appearance at the dinner table, too. It’s not uncommon to see moose, elk, caribou, and even bear on the menu. During the summertime, wild berries, including salmonberries, blueberries, and cranberries, are also a popular treat. They’re found in the southern regions and are often frozen or made into jam to last the winter.

    When it comes to booking your vacation in the Land of the Midnight Sun, check out our selection of the best resorts and hotels in Alaska. Make your reservations today and get ready for salmon cuisine, dog-sled races, outdoor adventures, and more.

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    Hotels in Anchorage

    Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown - Anchorage Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown

    700 E 34th Ave, Anchorage - Map
    "Good hotel for the price lack of cups."
    Hotel was good. It was close to the airport and was comfortable.
    A Traveller
    Located in Midtown Anchorage, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Z.J. Loussac Library - Main Branch and Sullivan Arena …More
    Hotel Captain Cook - Anchorage Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Hotel Captain Cook

    939 West 5th Avenue, Anchorage - Map
    It was very cold in Anchorage when I was there and the hotel's lobby, and breakfast restaurant where very cold and uncomfortable
    A Traveller
    Set in downtown Anchorage, this hotel is 3 blocks west of the convention center, 3 blocks east of the Tony Knowles Coastal …More
    The Lakefront Anchorage - A Millennium Hotel - Anchorage Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    The Lakefront Anchorage - A Millennium Hotel

    4800 Spenard Road, Anchorage - Map
    "Nice Hotel, close to the airport & places to eat."
    Found a great deal through expedia on room price, know it used to be another hotel, found parts of the hotel need to be remodeled but still in good condition (for Alaska standards). It's really close to the airport, fast food places, a gas station, the airport parking lots and short drive to down town Anchorage. The only thing that surprised me was the hotel staff asking for and then copying my driver license, which I didn't think was right or legal to do. Thought it might be an easy way to be a victim of identity theft and no manager was around to talk to about this.
    Traveller from Homer, Alaska
    This hotel, on the shore of scenic Lake Spenard, a major floatplane base, is 1 mile from the airport and 4 miles from …More

    Hotels in Fairbanks

    Regency Fairbanks Hotel - Fairbanks Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Regency Fairbanks Hotel

    95 10th Ave, Fairbanks - Map
    "nice and cozy"
    The hotel is near to all the resto, grocery and airport
    Traveller from Los Angeles, CA
    Situated in the business district, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Alaska House Art Gallery, Fairbanks Ice Museum …More
    Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center - Fairbanks Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars

    Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center

    813 Noble St, Fairbanks - Map
    "Great Breakfast"
    Very nice hotel in downtown Fairbanks. The contential breakfast was very nice with lots of healthy choices. The only thing I would add is Expedia has the information backwards on the North and South towers. Also the photos for room size is very decieving. I expected my room to be spacious as the photo portrayed. But my room and bed was very comfortable.
    A Traveller
    Walking and running paths adjacent to this downtown Fairbanks hotel wind along the Chena River; various government offices …More
    Springhill Suites by Marriott Fairbanks - Fairbanks Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Springhill Suites by Marriott Fairbanks

    575 1st Ave, Fairbanks - Map
    "Very good hotel with hot breakfast and close to sh"
    Staff was cordial, rooms were clean and had a view out over the Chena River. A couple of blocks from Italian, Greek, BBQ, Crepes, etc although many restaurants only open for lunch (at least during the cold season). Hot breakfast was simple but good with eggs, sausages, cereal, oatmeal, etc. Suites had plenty of room for up to 6 people.
    A Traveller
    Located in the heart of Fairbanks, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fairbanks Ice Museum and Fairbanks Community …More

    Hotels in Kenai Peninsula

    Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel - Seward Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Best Western Plus Edgewater Hotel

    200 5th Ave, Seward - Map
    "Very expensive for the small room "
    despite the price this was the best accommodation in town and most staff were excellent here.
    Traveller from Toronto
    Situated in Seward, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Alaska SeaLife Center and Seward Museum. Kenai Fjords National …More
    Breeze Inn - Seward Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Breeze Inn

    303 North Harbor Drive, Seward - Map
    "Right next to the beach!"
    Great view, great rooms, however the walls are thin, so you can hear your neighbors next door....
    A Traveller
    Situated near the bay, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Seward Museum and Kenai Fjords National Park. Alaska SeaLife …More
    Hotel Seward - Seward Hotels
    Rating: 2.5 Stars

    Hotel Seward

    221 5th Ave, Seward - Map
    "Historical treasure"
    Such a great hotel to explore,very comfortable and homey feel yet like a step back in time
    A Traveller
    Located in the heart of Seward, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Alaska SeaLife Center and Seward Museum …More