Manley Roadhouse

Mile 152, Elliott Hwy., 100 Front St., Manley Hot Springs, Alaska, 99756, USA

Fodor’s Expert Review

Built in 1903 during the gold rush into the Interior, this roadhouse caters to a diverse crowd of vacationers, miners, and road-maintenance crews. Alaska's oldest functioning roadhouse, it's known for its home-style restaurant and comfortable accommodations, in the original roadhouse and three cabins. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; the bar earns bragging rights for its 200 brands of liquor and 20 varieties of beer.

PROS

  • authentically historic building
  • location near hot springs
  • decent prices
  • Wi-Fi

CONS

  • no phones
  • seven rooms share bathrooms

Location

QUICK FACTS

B&B/Inn
Historical
Casual
Remote
Local Flavor
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HOTEL INFO

Phones: 907-672–3161

HOTEL DETAILS

13 rooms, 6 with bath; 3 cabins
Rate Includes: Closed Oct.–May, No meals

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