Each of the bungalow-style rooms at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge has been designed for the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Vaulted ceilings made of naturally finished wood, cozy sitting areas with wood-burning stoves and private porches help make any occasion memorable. The perfect mix of tranquility and adventure characterizes your Kenai lodging experience.
AmenitiesRod & Reel Restaurant and Rafter’s Lounge are both in the main lodge plus an expansive deck which is the prime spot to enjoy the mountain and river views.View Details
ExcursionsThe lodge is the base for many wilderness activities and the starting point for the scenic drive to Seward, gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park.All Activities
Special OffersEnjoy a stay at the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge perched above the majestic Kenai River. Check out our current special offers.View Details
Vacation PackagesLearn about Alaska tour options that include train travel to Denali National Park and Talkeetna via glass-domed railcars.See Options
A Feast for the Eyes
The main lodge is as inviting as the guest rooms. The lobby has vaulted ceilings and a fireplace surrounded by chairs for relaxing and visiting with friends. Just beyond the lobby is an expansive deck, optimal for viewing the Kenai River valley, nearby mountains, and the bright blue waters of the Kenai River just below. Enjoy spirits, appetizers, and casual fare outdoors or inside at Rafter's Lounge. Continue to the Rod & Reel Restaurant where the magnificent views, stone fireplace, and tempting cuisine make dining an unforgettable event. Unmatched by other Kenai lodging, our wilderness lodge amenities make you feel right at home!
An Outdoor Paradise
While it can be hard to leave the cozy romance of our wilderness lodge, the great outdoors offers its own scenic appeal. The Kenai River is not only famous for its dazzling blue-green hues, but also as a haven for accomplished and novice anglers alike. The Tour Desk is staffed with Princess professionals who arrange fishing tours on the Kenai River — famous for its trophy-sized fish — plus river rafting, nature hikes, wildlife viewing cruises through Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords National Park, and more!