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Chena Hot Springs Resort

Pros

  • 95% powered by geothermal energy
  • An activity for every taste

Cons

  • Daily usage fee for Wi-Fi at the Aurora Cafe
  • Only eight TV channels
  • A little worn around the edges

Updated 08/20/2014

Fodor's Review

Soaking in the resort's hot springs has long been a popular experience for tourists and locals, especially in winter, when a soak is often paired with overhead aurora sightings. Chena's waters are served up in hot tubs, an indoor swimming pool, and an outdoor natural-rock lake. In winter you can go dogsledding, snowmobiling, and take a 4½-mile snow-coach tour to a hilltop yurt with 360-degree view. Summer activities include therapeutic massages, sled-dog rides, horseback riding, ice-sculpting classes, and guided ATV tours. Don't miss the world's only year-round ice museum (tours $15), complete with an ice bar, ice bedrooms, and ice sculptures by world-class carvers. There are camping sites, and yurts ($65 and up) for rent. The hotel rooms are convenient for area activities but a bit worn, especially considering the price.

Hotel Information

Address:

Mile 56½, Chena Hot Springs Rd., Chena Hot Springs, Alaska, USA

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Phone:

907-451–8104

Hotel Details:

  • 80 rooms

Updated 08/20/2014

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