Situated amongst towering Evergreens, the Hidden Creek Bed and Breakfast is located a short drive from Anchorage, Alaska in an impressive forest setting at the base of the stunning Chugach Mountains.
The Hidden Creek B&B combines luxury and comfort with the rugged Alaskan wilds. The rooms boast elegant amenities including a crackling fireplace and soothing hot tub. The gourmet breakfast boasts an array of fresh Alaskan ingredients all masterfully prepared in a fine-dining setting.
The Hidden Creek also acts as a perfect base for going off and exploring the area's nearby attractions lik. . .
This year-round destination acts as one of Alaska's best kept secrets. Tucked between mountain peaks and boasting breathtaking ocean views, the Aleyska Resort provides beauty and comfort set among the state's rugged beauty.
The Aleyska complex offers more than just ornate rooms. It includes all the amenities expected of any major resort, and many more. With world-class skiing, top-notch shopping, award-winning restaurants, lavish spas facilities, a shimmering pool, a fitness center, and an impressive aerial scenic tram, there is plenty to keep those who came for adventure busy and those who. . .
The history of this hotel will whisk visitors back in time to Alaska's frontier days. In fact, the Anchorage Hotel is listed on the Alaskan National Register of Historic Places.
Conveniently located in the heart of Anchorage, this hotel features a deluxe continental buffet, Grizzly's Gifts—a sprawling souvenir shop, ample event space, and a tour information desk to secure excursions in, around, and beyond Anchorage. The rooms have been recently renovated and refurbished for utmost comfort and relaxation.
Due to its central location, the Anchorage Hotel is within walking distance to most. . .
For an unforgettable Alaskan experience, we invite you to stay in one of our beautifully hand crafted log cabins that are located on the banks of the scenic Chena River, in the heart of Alaska's Interior. Riverbend Log Cabins & Cottage Rentals offers a peaceful and secluded 3 ½ acre retreat that is centrally located between historical Fairbanks and North Pole Alaska. Both cabins have lovely, comfortable furnishings and beautiful artwork. The rustic elegance of both cabins is enhanced by the beautiful river view and surrounding boreal forest, creating a perfect place to rest and relax on your h. . .
If you're looking to really get away from it all, Land's End Resort in Homer, Alaska is the place to be. This secluded resort is located as far West as is navigable by road. Encircled by water in three directions and on the very tip of Homer Spit, location isn't the only perk Land's End has got going for it. The rooms are expertly designed and furnished for maximum comfort and relaxation.
Check out some of Homer's incredible attractions including the Wynn Nature Center, Pratt Museum, the Bunnell Street Gallery, and Kachemak Bay State Park. Homer is also an adventurer's paradise with ample . . .
Summit Lake Lodge was designed and hand built by Clarence and Esther Haas and their son William. The construction began in 1951 before the road to Anchorage had been completed and the doors opened for business in 1954. The logs and lumber were selected from the Chugach National Forest. The middle beams are spruce from the Hope area. These were hand hewn by Jack DeRanzo and originally measured 4 1/2 feet at the base.
The Lodge itself survived the great earthquake of 1964 with the exclusion of the exterior chimney on the fireplace. Buzz (William Haas) was in the bar at the time and recalled t. . .
Whether you are looking for a relaxing vacation in Southeast Alaska or are traveling on business, please join us on the Tongass Narrows for a unique vacation experience in Southeast Alaska. Sweeping views of the Tongass Narrows, downtown Ketchikan and the Ketchikan Marina from our hotel are complemented by Alaska Native art, featuring a totem mural carved by Nathan Jackson at the second floor mezzanine and the Council of the Clans totems by Tlingit carver Lee Wallace facing the front of the lodge. A collection of Alaska Native artifacts can be found in the lobby library and on the second floor. . .
Located just ¼ of a mile from the Fairbanks International Airport, the Alpine Lodge is the perfect place to acquaint yourself with the grand state of Alaska. Intricately decorated and hosting an Alaskan theme throughout the hotel, the Alpine Lodge emanates hospitality and genuine service. After a long flight, relax in one of the masterfully designed rooms or head to the hotel's restaurant for a sampling of some fresh Pacific Rim fare.
Fairbanks is known as “The Golden Heart City” and you will experience the very center of it at the Alpine Lodge. Discover the Running Reindeer Ranch, Alaskal. . .
Set alongside the peaceful shores of a sparkling alpine lake, the Bear Lake Lodgings B&B truly encapsulates the beauty of Alaska.
Nature enthusiasts will delight in the abundance of options including hiking pristine trails, canoeing, kayaking, and mountain trekking. And after a tiring day exploring nature, return to the Bear Lake Lodging for a soothing night's rest in one of the B&Bs elegantly decorated and furnished rooms boasting scenic views of the Alaskan wilderness. In the morning wake up to a delightfully prepared and hearty breakfast consisting of dozens of dishes.
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Tucked away in the midst of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve lies the Glacier Bay Lodge, a rustic, yet luxurious, escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Splendidly located amidst picturesque mountain vistas and miles of untainted coastline, every window features unique scenery. The rooms are appointed with lavish furnishings to make even the most discerning traveler feel right at home after an adventurous day of exploring Alaska's rugged landscapes.
Although secluded in a pristine forest, the Glacier Bay Lodge is conveniently located near Juneau, Alaska's capital city. Juneau. . .
The Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum in Anchorage, Alaska is dedicated to educating the public about the state's unique connection to aviation through displays and preservation of historic aircraft and memorabilia from aviation history. Additionally, the Museum has a secondary focus on educating the residents of the region about the importance of the industry, and works to foster interest in aviation careers. This is done through cooperation and interaction with educational institutions throughout the entire state.
In the year 2000 the museum also began inducting Alaskan aviation heroes and . . .
On your Alabama trip, there's nothing like a trip to Cheaha State Park to rejuvenate the senses and to reacquaint suburban minds with the wonder and glory of nature. Cheaha State Park rests on the dramatically rising peak of Alabama's highest point, enjoying a more-than-healthy altitude of 2,401 feet.. . .