Pros: Great location to Denali National Park, large cabin style rooms and nice restaurant. Very friendly staff.
Pros: Loved the beautiful setting, extremely knowledgable and friendly staff, the beautiful flowers everywhere and the delicious food in the cafe.
When visiting Denali National Park, McKinley Creekside Cabins is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Creekside Cafe, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Pros: Shuttle bus to Denali National Park, decent restaurant on site, and servants for staff!
Cons: Only one at a time could be in bathroom unless one was in the shower
Pros: The location/view and proximity to Denali park are great.
Cons: It is a motel and is pretty simple but clean. Rooms are very small.
Pros: The staff was great... The tour person from FL was the best help in Alaska. She was excellent..
Cons: NO AC!!! Need AC in the early months of summer..
Pros: Room was clean and efficient.
Cons: Food was not very good and the staff although pleasant enough was summer help and not very skillful
Pros: Clean and comfortable. Little expensive , but made reservation late!
Enjoy your visit to Denali National Park with a stay at Denali Bluffs Hotel. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Mountaineer Grill and Bar, which serves barbecue and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a garden are other highlights.
Pros: Nice room. Quiet. Pretty quilts on the beds. No air conditioning, although an open window turned to be adequate. Very limited continental breakfast, no decaf coffee, only non-dairy creamer. Free WiFi, but slow connection. Refrigerator and microwave in room. Good value for the price considering location near Denali National Park.
Pros: Location was great and scenery spectacular. Food was average. Staff was excellent and responsive to requests.
Cons: Rooms are small, noise from adjoining rooms can be an issue. We first arrived on Saturday evening and got into our room in I105 and almost asleep after a long day when the family with very small rambunctious children in I205 started running and jumping and screaming. The room amplified the sound and it caused a real issue. After calling the front desk to see if they could reach out to the family, the adult male hung up the phone and started jumping as well. I suppose he wanted to set the example for his children on how to be more annoying. After the desk called me back to tell me they had talked to him, I let them know the situation had only been made worse. The hotel or the guests even should have realized that traveling with small children can be difficult and probably best to be on a ground floor. Fortunately the hotel had another room though in a different building that we had to drive down the hill to reach and then walk about a quarter mile to but it was worth the hassle. Nice and quiet and clean.
Pros: perfect view from terrace
Cons: For a hotel, the staff is not refined
Pros: The room was large and comfortable and the staff was AMAZING!
Cons: Parking was a bit far from our room.
Pros: Comfortable and very clean
Great location, very close to the park entrance
Shuttles and tours pick up right from here
Variety of great places to eat on campus, with others next door and across the street
Cons: No wifi in the rooms
Pros: The rooms are more spacious than princess lodge, you get more for your money for sure. Just prepare for early check out.
Cons: Why is the check out time 10am? Most places is 11 or noon. If you have kids you can be getting up early to get ready and rush to check out considering the places to rent a room are a ways away from the main lodge.. Should change the time.
Pros: Very utilitarian. Thought we were getting queen size beds and had to deal with doubles. Very disappointing for the money paid.
Pros: The "square" was relaxing with great music, ambience and really good food. The solo singer/guitarist, Tim, is a super entertainer with a great voice.
Pros: Friendly staff! Great rooms! Restaurant was awesome!
Pros: Location in relation to the park, just 1.5mi to the north of the park entrance.
Cons: Upon check in, they charge you with a deposit in addition to the room rate, which I had already paid in full prior to my arrival.
The staff is useless. They confirmed with me on check-in that there was three people staying, yet only provided 2 sets of towels. I called the front desk and they informed me that you had to come to the front desk as no one was working the desk in the lodge I was staying in. Which was no problem for me, but keep in mind that there's no parking at any of their buildings, so you have to wait for the shuttle or walk to the main building. Upon arrival at the front desk, they tell me that they don't have any towels at the front desk (not too sure why they needed me to come to the front desk then), and they proceeded to ask me why I needed towels and then when would I like them, and I explained that I would like a set now to which they responded that they would make a phone call. After leaving the front desk, I just so happened to catch one of the housekeepers in the hallway of my building, and she was able to provide me with what I needed.
Lastly, for a lodge that charges a crap ton of money per night to stay, it's pretty sad that don't have WiFi anywhere except for the main lobby.
Pros: Good Location, Clean, comfortable room, Friendly environment,!
When visiting Denali National Park, McKinley Chalet Resort is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Canyon Steakhouse, one of 2 restaurants, which serves seafood and is open for dinner. A bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli are other highlights.
Cons: Higher Rate is not justified as compared with other hotel with shuttles in the area. Yes it did have a view, but talking to guests of other hotels they also had a nice view. Female (long black hair) at the desk next to checkin - so rude!
Pros: Location and services offered.
Pros: The proximity to the park entrance is great, not even one mile south of the park. The best thing is the view, spend he extra 25 bucks and get the room with the valley view, it is spectacular, probably the best view from a hotel that I've ever stayed at.
Cons: The hotel itself is basic, very few TV channels, no pool, which isn't to bad since you will be out most of the day.
When visiting Denali National Park, Grande Denali Lodge is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Alpenglow Restaurant, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Denali Grizzly Bear Resort is a great choice for a stay in Denali National Park. Free self parking is an added perk, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and rafting.
Overlooking the Nenana River and situated in the heart of the Denali Canyon, you will find luxury in the midst of the Alaskan scenic wilderness. Offering more than 300 room suites featuring a separate sitting room and flat screen televisions, the hotel also features a find dining restaurant and a casual dining restaurant and lounge. Enjoy views of Denali National Park from our room balconies and restaurant decks and experience exclusive nature access with several walking trails and paths located on property. If you are interested in visiting the renowned Murie Science and Learning center inside Denali National park, we have shuttle services between the lodge and the Park. Consult the front desk for shuttle times and locations. If you are adventuresome, stop by our tour desk where helpful representatives will assist in planning activities such as flightseeing, river rafting, or an ATV adventure.
Denali Rainbow Village RV Park and Motel is a great choice for a stay in Denali National Park. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Bonuses like sofa beds, refrigerators, and microwaves are in all rooms.