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Anchorage Guest House

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Sacramento, California
Reviewed 29 July 2011

I've been staying at the Anchorage Guesthouse whenever I am in town for 10 years now, and there is a reason I keep going back. This is a spacious home, clean and quiet. the location is excellent - right by the coastal trail for bike riding or walking (it's only a 20 minute walk to downtown), and also convenient to...

1Thank adventureholly
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 27 July 2011

I stayed at Anchorage Guest House in July this year 2011 and it's the third time i have stayed here as i think it's the best place to stay in Anchorage. This is because it feels like a home away from home, the owner Andy Baker is very friendly and welcoming, it's a great set up with plenty of food...

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 18 July 2011

Pros: Value - under $90 a night in Anchorage is crazy cheap. Well-stocked with quality provisions - excellent coffee, fresh fruit, healthy cereal, organic milk and soy milk. Large common areas. Friendly owner. Cons: When we arrived, construction materials were all around the grounds and the interior of house, although the inside was tidied up by morning. Room had no...

Miami Beach, Florida
Reviewed 3 August 2010

The only reason we did not leave after the first night is because we had paid in advance and it was close to an event we needed to attend. The place is very dirty and unkept. There were half-finished renovation projects everywhere making it very cluttered. Our room had a sheet attached with tacks to the wall as a curtain....

1Thank Mauri70
Glasgow, Scotland
Reviewed 20 September 2007

Staying in Anchorage can be expensive compared with other parts of Alaska, but to be honest it might be worth paying that little bit extra. We only stayed at the Anchorage Guesthouse for one night. The owner was friendly and accommodating as we arrived late and the King room was ok but there is a musty smell in the whole...

3Thank alaska07_7
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los angeles, CA
1 review
4 helpful votes
Reviewed 9 July 2005

The people that run this B&B offer some help to the traveler, especially those with interest in outdoor activities and interacting with other people on the road. However, the actual facilities leave a lot to be desired. The room contained all the garbage left by earlier travellers, including magazines that were two years old. We stayed in a musty damp...

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Bolingbrook, Illinois
Reviewed 23 March 2005

Whenever I'm in Anchorage I stay at the Anchorage Guesthouse. It's like staying at a friend’s house. That is what it is, a house - and for the time you are there - it is your house! Relax in the living room, eat in the dining room, take a bike out of the garage for a ride on the Coastal...

3Thank HemisphereRambler
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 10 July 2003

A wonderful guesthouse, where you really feel like a guest. The manager was fun and the rooms were great. Great mix of people staying there too. My partner and I had a private room and the beds were very comfortable. The bathrooms were ok. The location was the best, though. 5 minutes walk to the coastal trail, and from there...

5Thank Roslyn D
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Reviewed 18 July 2001

I came to Anchorage last March as a volunteer for the Special Olympics. At that time, I did not have a clue where I would be staying during that time. Well, I ended up staying at the Anchorage Guesthouse. If you take your chance and travel to Alaska, stay there at least one night. It is very affordable ($25 a...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Clean, safe and friendly accommodation for independent adventure travelers in a quiet residential neighborhood - close to downtown, Coastal Trail and outdoor gear shops. Private and dorm rooms, parking, wifi internet, mountain bike rental, laundry, gear storage, friendly and experienced managers. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Anchorage Guest House

Address: 2001 Hillcrest Dr, Anchorage, AK 99517-1350
Region: United States > Alaska > Anchorage
Price Range: $33 - $535 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Also Known As:
Anchorage Guest House Alaska

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