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After an initial problem with the wrong room (one bed vs two), the staff was quick to find us the correct room. The room we ended up in was newer and very nice. The lodge has a lot to offer: gift shop, Starbucks Coffee bar,...More
Rooms are on the shabby side. Carpet was dirty. We felt like they weren't ready for us. They were out of whipping cream, out of sour cream, out of cookies, and out of toilet paper in the public restrooms. The only place to eat is...More
Our stay here was pretty much ruined by persistent rain and zero visibility. Apparently there is a view but we were unable to see it. Our room was large with plenty of room for luggage and spreading out and very clean and comfortable. It was...More
This was our first land/lodge stop on our Princess Cruse/Tour vacation. This lodge is great. The building/rooms are spread out over the property and the shuttle runs till 11pm. The shuttle's take you to the lodge and other locations on the property. You can also...More
We stayed one night at this hotel as part of a precruise tour package with Princess. It is a lovely wilderness setting with the lodging buildings set into the forest. We were a little grumpy after our longer than expected couch ride from Anchorage (due...More
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Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There... More
Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There is a fee to take the shuttle.