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We stayed 2 nights at the Moose Lodge that was $303 per night and 2 Nights at the Bear Family that was $335 a night. I thought the rooms would be decent when spending $300+ per night but they are very outdated. Anywhere else these...More
I had dinner at the resort restaurant after visiting the ice museum. Seems the dinner wait was related to a rush after the museum tour let out. We waited 30+ minutes for a table at 8 pm. I ordered the halibut and a salad. It...More
Drove up to visit the area for the day. The ice museum is good, check out the reviews. We didn't stay at the hotel, but the restaurant on site was on-par with it's location. A bit pricy, but the food was good. I got the...More
My husband and I live in Alaska and we took my cousin and his fiance to Chena for a day trip right after Christmas in 2017. We did have have a very enjoyable experience. The place was PACKED. It was difficult to find parking, there...More
Expect to take 2 hours to drive the 56 mile road to Chena Hot Springs. The road is covered in ice and there are moose all over so go slow. The girl who gave us the power and greenhouse tour was rude and condescending. I...More
We rented a car in Anchorage for the two weeks we were in Alaska. There are tours that will take you to Chena Hot Springs, however a car gives you the flexibility to stop and enjoy and photograph the beautiful scenery and... More
We rented a car in Anchorage for the two weeks we were in Alaska. There are tours that will take you to Chena Hot Springs, however a car gives you the flexibility to stop and enjoy and photograph the beautiful scenery and wildlife as you want. The grounds at the Hot Springs are beautiful. The ice sculpture igloo is a must see, also the sled dog kennel. Time did not permit us a horseback ride through the area. It was a fun Alaska adventure.