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Alaska hotels

Hotels in Alaska have their own definition of luxury, and it's based on one simple thing: location. The best hotels in Alaska are the most remote, with the fewest other people around and the best views of this wild state; don't expect high thread counts and fancy soaps. Hotels such as Zachar Bay Lodge, on Kodiak Island, and Favorite Bay Lodge, on Admiralty Island, make the extreme outdoors comfortable, but that comes at a price (upward of $900 per night, all-inclusive, in high season). If you're willing to forgo electricity, skip the private fishing guide, and pack your own bedding, you can spend just $40 at a Forest Service cabin and get the same outdoors experience. Between these two extremes, you'll find hotels in Alaska under $200 per night, such as the Copper River Princess and the Denali River Cabins & Cedar Lodge Hotel, which include creature comforts and put the wilderness at your doorstep. Even in or near Alaska's cities, it's all about what's outside the window: Alyeska Resort backs up on a ski slope; the Hotel Captain Cook has panoramic views of Anchorage and Cook Inlet. Alaska hotels book up in the summer; in winter, most shut down. Those that stay open year-round bring something special to the table: Chena Hot Springs Resort, for example, comes with unlimited soaks in the natural pools and dazzling nighttime displays of the aurora borealis.

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Zachar Bay Lodge, Kodiak Island

If you won't be satisfied with bear sightings until you've seen the biggest grizzlies in the world, this is the hotel for you. Zachar Bay Lodge, which allows no...more

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Favorite Bay Lodge, Admiralty Island

Favorite Bay Lodge, on Admiralty Island (one of the state's most pristine islands, just west of Juneau), benefits from a simple truth: Humans are not at the top...more

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Alyeska Resort, Girdwood

Since Alaska's premier groomed slopes and the most intimidating mogul fields in North America are right outside, skiers flock to the Alyeska Resort in winter;...more

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Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge, Fox Island

In the early 20th century, the artist Rockwell Kent set up housekeeping on Fox Island (an hour or so from Seward by boat). He quickly became famous for...more

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Hotel Captain Cook, Anchorage

Named for legendary explorer James Cook, the 547-room Captain Cook is Alaska's landmark hotel, and as the tallest building around, it's very hard to miss....more

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Princess Copper River Alaska Lodge, Copper Center

How much wilderness are you looking for? The Princess Copper River Alaska Lodge is on the edge of Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, which, when combined...more

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Pike's Waterfront Lodge, Fairbanks

The Chena River weaves through the center of Fairbanks, wide and full of salmon and paddle-wheel boats. On its banks is Pike's Waterfront Lodge, a favorite...more

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Forest Service Cabins

If it's a true Alaska wilderness experience you're after, stay in one of the nearly 200 Forest Service cabins, located all over the state and mostly accessible...more

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Denali River Cabins & Cedar Lodge Hotel, near Denali National Park

A tent pitched in the backcountry is the best place to stay in Denali National Park, but if camping's not your thing, try the family-friendly Denali River...more

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Chena Hot Springs Resort

During the gold rush, it wasn't uncommon for a hopeful miner to spend 18 hours a day in a dark shaft, shivering. But about 60 miles north of Fairbanks, there...more

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