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Anchorage, Alaska, USA

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Anchorage Hotels

Surrounded with breathtaking vistas and the region’s natural allure, Anchorage hotels attract domestic as well as international visitors. Most Anchorage hotels boast the amazing panoramas of Cook Inlet and the Chugach Mountains while at the gateway of impressive wilderness. And they’re close enough to the airport making it convenient for tourists arriving before or departing after a cruise or continuing on to explore the beautiful state.        
Among the favorite luxury Anchorage hotels is the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel and Spa. It’s situated in the downtown area and after its fifteen million dollar renovation, it’s a must see. It’s not far from the Anchorage Museum, superb shopping and fabulous restaurants. When you step into its sumptuous lobby and witness the jade staircase along with touches of Native Alaskan design, you’ll agree you’ve come to the right place. All accommodations are fitted with lavish furnishings, 42” flat panel televisions, high speed Internet, direct dial telephones and spacious bathrooms with hair dryers and plush towels. In addition, the Sheraton houses a gigantic ice rink, an outstanding restaurant serving mouthwatering seafood and steaks and a grill where to delight in Sunday brunch. As in most five star Anchorage hotels, the service is truly second to none.     
If planning to spend unforgettable hours capturing the views, the Inlet Tower Hotel & Suites is among the best Anchorage hotels. All around window panels afford guests the majesty of the Sleeping Lady, the Chugach Mountains and the inlet. It’s close to the center of town and exhibits the creative talents of famed designer Harry Schnaper. All rooms reflect his exquisite taste in décor and attention to detail making it one of the top stylish Anchorage hotels. And to dine on sublime Alaskan fare, you don’t have to travel far. The hotel’s Mixx Grill’s impressive menu showcases American game beef, innovative seafood entrees and decadent desserts.   
You’ll find that certain elite Anchorage hotels are favored by dignitaries and celebrities. Captain Cook is certainly one of these Anchorage hotels. Described as the “only true” luxury venue, it hosts an impeccable range of perks that will amaze the most discerning traveler. The Captain Cook is part of an independently owned company that only takes into account the best of the best resorts for membership. They’re quite choosy in their prerequisites. So if you’re going to treat yourself, why not consider Captain Cook? After all, it features lavish bedrooms and suites, astounding panoramas of the inlet, separate health facilities for men and women, fourteen meeting facilities, a well stocked library, dreamy ballroom, three award winning restaurants, gourmet coffee bar and a martini lounge. If spending the night at the Captain’s Deck, you’ll be privy to complimentary morning newspaper, nightly hors d’oeuvres and the outmost opulent furnishings. 
And if looking for inexpensive Anchorage hotels, the Days Inn and the Microtel Inn are ideal options. They’re both close to the airport, the business center and the railroad station.         
Choosing one of the Anchorage hotels will be part of your memorable Alaska experience.

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