Warmed by a maritime climate at the foothills of six mountain ranges, Anchorage offers hotel guests year-round activities, such as outdoor adventures, shopping, museums, fine dining and more.
Explore Alaska’s 11 major native cultures through stories, exhibitions and dance at the Alaska Native Heritage Center. Learn about the native Dena’ina people and further explore their culture by viewing the artwork throughout the Dena’ina Center. While downtown, history and science enthusiasts staying at our Anchorage accommodations should check out the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Museum of Natural History, where you can gawk at Alaskan dinosaurs and ice age artifacts.
Step outside our accommodations in Anchorage and snap shots of scenic Mount McKinley, and catch glimpses of bears, birds, and whales. Also, keep an eye out for moose—there are more than 1,600 living in Anchorage’s city limits. Other outdoor activities near our hotels in Anchorage include biking 122 miles of trails in the city, hiking and wildlife watching in Far North Bicentennial Park, salmon fishing in Cook Inlet, and skiing, snowmobiling, rafting and climbing in the nearly half a million-acre Chugach Park. Approximately an hour from our Anchorage hotels, experience Portage Glacier and the Begich, Boggs Visitor Center.