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We were upgraded to a suite and very lucky to have it done to us! The room was huge with a separate living room, dinning room and kitchen. One of the side table lamp wasn't working. The room was clean and comfortable. I would recommend...More
I would have been one of many to stay at this hotel in advance of a tour departing from Anchorage. All I can really say about this place is... Meh. My initial impression wasn't helped by the hard to find courtesy phone at the airport,...More
The shower didn't drain, all the sinks leaked, there were no cups in the bathroom. There was still window air conditioners in the windows. Their complementary breakfast was horrible. The rooms were too small, but the view was magnificent.
The exceptional staff makes up for this old, stuffy facility. They seem to be trying to bring it up to par, but renovations appear to be limited to public areas. Our room was a major disappointment. It did have a mini-kitchen and a table as...More
Huge room with magnificent view and great comfy beds. Front desk was very accommodating, and had no complaints at all. Older style hotel, and slightly out of downtown .. a short cab ride, or fairly long walk .. about 20 mins.
Guest laundry and airport...More
WE left on our cruise from Seward which is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours by car or 4 hours in the train.If travelling by train to your port ,you wont need a taxi as Inlet Towers provide a shuttle bus to the railway... More
WE left on our cruise from Seward which is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours by car or 4 hours in the train.If travelling by train to your port ,you wont need a taxi as Inlet Towers provide a shuttle bus to the railway station. Might I add that the train trip down to Seward was one of the most spectacular train trips we have every done, Highly recommended.
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For the shuttle, once you have arrived at the airport and retrieved your luggage, you will need to notify the front desk at the hotel by calling 907-276-0110. If you do not have a phone, the desk agents at the airport are... More
For the shuttle, once you have arrived at the airport and retrieved your luggage, you will need to notify the front desk at the hotel by calling 907-276-0110. If you do not have a phone, the desk agents at the airport are there to help you. The front desk agent at the hotel will direct you to a baggage claim door, have you exit outside, and cross over a few lanes to the taxi cab island. You will need to stand directly across from the door you designated while on the phone. The shuttle is a white van with red lettering, and reads PubHouse across the windows of the van.
As for booking a room with a view, one side of the hotel faces the mountain range, and the other the inlet, so you really can't go wrong either way. However, rooms are not typically assigned prior to a guests arrival, and therefore the room you get just depends on the hotels occupancy and your time of arrival. But when you are checking in, you may always request a high room facing which ever direction you prefer, and our desk agents are very good at accommodating requests the best they can.