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We spent 3 nights total here, two before and one after our trip to other locations. We walked to most places but also took the public bus to various places outside downtown. It was easy to do. We had a smallish twin room with a...More
It's always risky to choose a place for 4 unrelated couples plus a family, but everyone loved it. When you walk in the door and look out the back window, the views are astounding. Linda and David are terrific hosts. We had travel difficulties, and...More
We only stayed here two nights but was much better than any of the hotels in Anchorage. Rooms are extremely comfy and the location is also perfect. There's also always some yummy snacks out (popcorn, cookies, fruit) and the breakfast is very very good!
We stayed at Susitna Place for 3 nights during a recent trip to Anchorage. The location is easy walking distance to both downtown Anchorage and the Tony Knowles Trail. The views are stupendous. Linda and David are friendly and accommodating. We stayed in the Iliamna...More
This was my second time to stay at this lovely B&B. It is convenient to downtown & within blocks of bike rentals & the coastal trail. We stayed in the Denali Suite which is a large room including the bathroom & a patio looking out...More
Hello. Susitna Place does not have air conditioning. A few hotels have A/C, but very few homes and smaller lodging establishments do. A hot day in Anchorage typically is no warmer than the low 70s. The all-time record is 86... More
Hello. Susitna Place does not have air conditioning. A few hotels have A/C, but very few homes and smaller lodging establishments do. A hot day in Anchorage typically is no warmer than the low 70s. The all-time record is 86. Please let me know if you have further questions. -- David