Alaska Hotels

Accommodations in Alaska vary greatly. All of the major towns and destinations feature accommodations comparable to those found in major cities in the lower 48 states. A variety of national hotel chains and Alaska hotel chains are available throughout Alaska. Comfortable rooms can be found along the highways and in the smaller towns along the way. Bed and breakfasts are available in most communities and present an excellent alternative in smaller locales.

Alaska’s visitor season is fairly short, so advance reservations are crucial. The better Alaskan hotels and lodges in places like Denali National Park are often sold out six months in advance. Some of the less traveled locations may offer better availability, but you should still reserve as far in advance as possible. Availability is extremely limited in peak season throughout Alaska.

When you travel throughout Alaska, you want to stay in great places near the best destinations. That is the criteria Princess used in building its lodges. Each lodge is custom built to reflect the unique regional flavor of Alaska’s best destinations. The uniqueness of the accommodations is as important to your overall experience as the places you chose to visit.


Denali Princess Riverside LodgeExplore the Limits

Alaska Travel Tips: Alaska’s visitor season is fairly short so advanced reservations are crucial. The better Alaskan hotels and lodges in places like Denali National Park are often sold out six months in advance.

Make Advance Reservations

Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge

This magnificent lodge on the south side of Denali National Park showcases unparalleled views of Denali from the Great Room, deck, and main dining room. The views are incredible from nearly every vantage point of the lodge. Highlights include the Chulitna River, the Alaska Range, and Denali — towering 20,320 feet above Denali National Park.

Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge

The location is ideal — just minutes from the entry to Denali National Park. Far and away the best property in the region, the lodge is a perfect base camp for adventure into and around the park.

Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge

Nestled on a bluff overlooking the mighty Copper River and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. A two story wall of windows frames the 12,010 Mt. Drum and the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Learn more about this lodge.

Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge

This lodge is truly special — and not just because it is located on the best salmon fishing river in Alaska. It has also been voted as Alaska’s favorite lodge by the people who live in Alaska — there is no better endorsement. This is no ordinary hotel. The secluded bungalow-style rooms with sun porches and wood stoves are as Alaskan as it gets.

Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge

The rugged gold rush frontier spirit is alive and well in Alaska and it can be found in Fairbanks. Located on the Chena River, this property mixes a frontier Alaskan lodge flavor with the amenities of a modern hotel.