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Staff was always friendly. Restaurants were reasonably priced with great views of the mountains. Fantastic walking trails. We saw quite a few moose in the property. Only downfall was the amount of rain in this area compared to Anchorage but no fault of the resort....More
This was our first visit ever to Alaska. My wife and I went for a weekend getaway and now we can't wait to go back! From the moment we stepped into the lobby we were in awe of the hotel's charm and beauty. The views...More
1 Thank Sean B
Response from AlyeskaMarketing, Marketing at Hotel AlyeskaResponded 11 March 2018
Dear Sean B.,
Thank you for taking the time to provide a review. We do have an amazing place here don't we? Our culinary team is very talented and hardworking. Thank you for complimenting the breakfast. I remember my first visit to Alyeska and 'awe'...More
My fiancé surprised me with an overnight trip to this beautiful property on the last night of my visit. He had ordered the romance package that came with flowers, chocolates and strawberries, and champagne. Our 7th floor room overlooked the mountains and skating pond in...More
I've visited Alyeska Resort a few times and every time is a pleasant experience. The tram ride is fun and if the weather is cooperative, hiking is good. The pool facilities are beautiful! (salt water pool!) The whirlpool is large and right next to the...More
Hotel Alyeska is a first class hotel nestled at the base of the ski resort of the same name. It's definitely on the fancy side when compared with our other lodgings in Alaska, but we felt comfortable wearing casual clothing. The parking lot tended to...More
Response from jimmyl977 | Reviewed this property |
Carrie, I am assuming that you are talking about the Northern Lights and if so, it is possible but rare. I agree with a couple of the folks that responded about driving up the road a bit to get a better view. I think the... More
Carrie, I am assuming that you are talking about the Northern Lights and if so, it is possible but rare. I agree with a couple of the folks that responded about driving up the road a bit to get a better view. I think the absolute best place is north of Anchorage. Good luck and I hope that you get to see them because they are truly amazing!!