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We booked this hotel in downtown Anchorage through Booking.com for our first night in AK. The rooms were roomy and clean. That being said, the rooms themselves as well as furnishings seemed dated-like a 1970-80 converted apartment or condominium building. The living and kitchen areas...More
Charged for cigarette butt left in the room mind you nobody smoked in the room. To my suprise they have that exact clause in their smoking policy.. ridiculous but ok I signed on the line I'll pay... they charged my account 250 (which it didnt...More
I stayed at the Inlet hotel for 2 nights on a recent trip to Anchorage. After completing a photography trip in Katmai, I wanted to spend a couple of days exploring Anchorage and visiting the Kenai Fjords National park.
As a base hotel, I cannot...More
The room was beyond overpriced, the chair in my room smelled so bad I had to change my clothes after sitting on it, and the comforter on my bed smelled like smoke in a non smoking room. The bartenders and one woman at the front...More
Great place great price. Room had everything but a little small. Nice little restaurant on first floor . A little dated. Price was a little less as it was a good walk to downtown but not too bad if you don't mind walking
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.