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We chose a room with a balcony, which was more expensive but well worth it. we were lucky and had beautiful clear days so you could see Mt Denali across the water and the whole range covered in snow. we also had spectacular sunsets. The...More
We started and ended our AK trip here. Both rooms were very comfortable.
Linda is a great hostess and provided delicious breakfasts and helpful travel recommendations each day. We enjoyed the view of Denali from the common area on the days it was clear. We...More
We chose Susitna BB to spend our one night in Anchorage before heading north to Denali. It was a great choice. Quiet area with nice restaurants you could walk to. Linda was a great host.
The view as we ate breakfast was super. Certainly recommend....More
My husband and I spent two nights in the Susitna Suite at Susitna Place in Anchorage. Our deck/balcony had spectacular views of the Cook Inlet (including a blazing sunset), the snow covered Alaska Mountain Range and Denali on the horizon. The accommodations were modern, stylish,...More
We stayed at Susitna place for one night at the beginning of our Alaska trip.
Location: This place is about 7 miles from the airport and the detailed driving directions shared at the time of reservation ensured that we had absolutely no trouble finding it....More
Hello. Susitna Place does not have air conditioning. A few hotels have A/C, but very few homes and smaller lodging establishments do. A hot day in Anchorage typically is no warmer than the low 70s. The all-time record is 86... More
Hello. Susitna Place does not have air conditioning. A few hotels have A/C, but very few homes and smaller lodging establishments do. A hot day in Anchorage typically is no warmer than the low 70s. The all-time record is 86. Please let me know if you have further questions. -- David