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The hotel was physically in shambles and the rooms were dirty. The AC, phone, and blinds didn't work in our room. The pipes were rusted. You have to pay for internet and can only use it in the main lodge or activity center. In addition,...More
To be honest, we only took a day trip out there from Fairbanks. 60 miles of boring pine and cypress on each of road.
On arrival, near the parking lot was for me, an animal lover, an infuriating sight. Four or five horses in a...More
Did not stay at the resort. We drove up from Fairbanks took an hour to get there. Worth the drive. It was a beautiful day and the flowers around the resort were so amazing. Just walking around the grounds was a good time. The hot...More
Ok, Chena Hot Springs Resort is listed on many of the tour packages in Fairbanks. My husband and I passed on the tour bus and drove out. We're so glad we did. I think the tour bus would be great for winter tourists because of...More
Drove the hour and a half from Fairbanks after a waiter told us about it. The drive was beautiful. We saw five moose along the way in picture perfect settings. The grounds of the resort are covered in beautiful flowers, trees and various plants. Very...More
US$181 - US$302 (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.
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"Did not stay at the hotel but enjoyed all the other things offered."