The cabins are basic at best. The linens are cheap and poor quality. We had a family cabin and it was not clean. We ate at Prey. Please do yourself a favor and drive down the road to the 49th brewery. Our meal was so terrible we left and went there to eat. It was also expensive. A poor quality lettuce salad with some chicken was $20. An awesome salad with stead at 49th brewery was $17.50. Our server said the kitchen people were all new and the best cook was off. We stayed at other properties (Windsong Lodge and Denali Backcountry ) they were awesome. Avoid this property.
Efficient cabin that meets all the basic requirements, but can use an upgrade. Bathroom was super tiny. Room felt very cramped with the two full size beds. Could use a bit more shelving or counter space for toiletries (there was none)
Apparently everything is location, location, location! This place is very conveniently located to Denali Park but I would look elsewhere. They've got some nice ammenities such as a wood burning sauna that they will prepare for you, a large campfire area and 2 hot tubs, but you better not want to spend much time in your room. It was so, so tiny and for $259 a night, I certainly expected a little more room. Lord help you if you dropped the soap in the shower cuz it was so tiny! There were cobwebs in every single corner of the room and the bottom sheet didn't fit. There was a huge, incredibly noisy high school group here that they put us right in the middle of. They were running back and forth until 2:30 am and the whole boardwalk shook right outside our door. We had these reservations since January so it seems like they could have accommodated us away from this group. I would definitely try to find somewhere else (maybe McKinley Creekside?)! Apparently $259 per night is about the going rate for this area. Sad because I've had some great stays for half that price other places.…
These cabins are appealing and relatively good value for the money. But during my stay there was an infestation of paper wasps which were able to enter the room through a gap in the window frame. One of them crawled under the sheet and stung me while I slept. So I couldn't recommend that anyone stay here until this problem is permanently fixed.
Adequate room, tiny shower, quiet ceiling fan, coffee maker, flat screen TV with satellite reception, small table with 2 chairs but difficult to use both table and chairs in the space available. Prey Restaurant was closed for breakfast and lunch; only open for dinner. A Coffee Shop was open from 5:00 a.m. with a small selection of grab-and-go items for breakfast and lunch. Otherwise, you had to catch a shuttle to Glitter Gulch for meals.