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This hotel is designed specifically for those who are doing the Princess Land and Sea tour. It is very secluded and it's main function is a launch point for all the Princess activities with a great view of Denali as bonus.
The aurora borealis show...More
This Princess Lodge is in most ways like all the others. The rooms are nearly identical and they command the best locations. However, there isn't much else at this lodge and the food -- including the local salmon -- was overcooked and extremely disappointing. But,...More
Easy transfer from the train to a bus and then to the hotel. Luggage was taken care of easily to & from. Check-In was a bit slow and our excursion info was in a 2nd spot but was found easily when we asked about it....More
The room was fine with no disturbances as it was the furthest lodge from the community areas and the view of Denali Mountain, as we walked down to these areas, was spectacular. The meals were large and tasty and the service was good. Some enjoyed...More
Following a seven day cruise from Vancouver BC we extended to Denali for three days.
It was the last trip for the year and many eating places were closed as the water had been turned off. Restaurants are scarce and expensive.
US$99 - US$199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Hotel Trapper Creek ,
Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge Alaska/Trapper Creek