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The resort is located about 90 minutes to the east of Fairbanks, and is one of the few privately held hot springs in the United States. The property is quirky and fun, and the owner has made a considerable investment in green-enterprises on site. (Probably...More
we had a 2 week trip to Alaska and this was our ONLY disappointment. It was a nice ride to it but on arrival we just tried to find something worthy. Everything was very neglected. Hot springs smelled of sulfur and looked very uninviting. we...More
We did not stay here but rather ONLY visited for the Ice Museum, Hot Springs, and to see the Aurora. The resort itself looked like a dump. Very run down and in desperate need of renovation. The bathrooms near the check-in desk were absolutely disgusting...More
I will preface this review with the fact that I live in NZ and have been to hot pools there so coming to Chena Hot Pools was a HUGE disappointment.
Over 1 hour drive from Fairbanks we arrived to be told that our 12 year...More
We had a great time staying at Chena Hot Spring Resort. We booked Moose Lodge online, but when we arrived there, Nicole at the front desk noticed that it was a computer mistake and Moose Lodge was fully booked. She was very nice and accommodating...More
US$150 - US$300 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No luxury rooms in the Moose Lodge. Just 2 queen beds, a table and chairs, coffeemaker and shower/tub. I had no problems with the temperature in the room. Basic room for quite a bit of money. Then again, it is remote Alaska... More
No luxury rooms in the Moose Lodge. Just 2 queen beds, a table and chairs, coffeemaker and shower/tub. I had no problems with the temperature in the room. Basic room for quite a bit of money. Then again, it is remote Alaska so "resort" is over-stated. It just depends what you think a luxury room is about. I was just fine with it since we got the see the Aurora Borealis every night in early spring.