"Bed and Breakfast" Anchorage Hotel Tip by dgalv

Anchorage Hotels: 113 reviews and 97 photos

Skip the hotels, go to a B&B. The hotels in peak season are crazy expensive. The Marriott Courtyard was almost $300 in 2000. Our B&B was under $70 an night. We met some awesome people. One couple brought their three kids for vacation. They stayed in Anchorage for a few days and then went and did a week north of the artic circle in tents. We met three guys that originally were college buddies in Germany. They travel together once a year. Also, the house keeper was from Russia. You don't meet people like that in a hotel.
We went mountain climbing, glacier hiking, fly fishing, and flew up to Denali national park. Oh yeah, we went there to see some of our closest friends gets married. There are some first class restaurants downtown (The Glacier Brewhouse).

Price Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: East of downtown Anchorage
Price: US$40-80
Theme: Bed and Breakfast

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  • Written Feb 19, 2006
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