The little building has been around since 1916, and experienced travelers call it the most charming hotel in town: the original sinks and tubs have been restored, and upstairs hallways are lined with archival Anchorage photos. The rooms are nicely updated with dark cherry furnishings and HD flat-screen TVs. The small lobby, its fireplace crackling in chilly weather, has a quaint European feel. The friendly staffers offer concierge services comparable to the city's big
hotels. Guests start each morning in the hotel's former saloon with a complimentary continental breakfast that features fruit, cereal, Belgian waffles, and more. Request a corner room if possible; rooms facing the street may have traffic noise. The junior suites include sitting areas. Famous past guests include Walt Disney and Will Rogers.
Dec 19, 2001
Myself as well as many of my associates travel to Anchorage for both business and pleasure quite often, and the only place we stay is the Anchorage Hotel. They truly do all they can to stay away from the "cookie cutter" image that many chain hotels have. With their historic pictures lining the hallways, the quaint lobby with the inviting fireplace, and the elegant guest rooms, you really feel like you are staying in a hotel in the early 1900's only
with some necessary modern updates. Their professional staff makes you feel at home, and never seem too busy to answer questions or offer assistance when you need it. They are also more than capable of servicing our business needs, and are conveniently situated in the center of downtown Anchorage. We tell all of our friends about them, and while they may be overshadowed by the towers of some major hotels, the little Anchorage Hotel can easily compete.