Recalling Captain Cook's voyages to Alaska and the South Pacific, dark teak paneling lines the hotel's interior, and a nautical theme continues into the guest rooms. All rooms have air-conditioning, and guests can use the separate men's and women's athletic clubs with shared indoor heated pool, business center. The hotel occupies an entire city block with three towers, the tallest of which is capped by the Crow's Nest Restaurant, one of four eateries on-site. For an additional $30 per night, you can request rooms on the 16th and 17th "concierge floors" and receive complimentary parking, as well as a hot breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres served in a private lounge with a phenomenal view of Cook Inlet and Mt. Susitna. The most luxurious accommodation is found on the 19th floor of Tower III—a sprawling, 1,600-square-foot two-bedroom suite, which costs a mere $1,000 per night and come with perks galore.