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On a Princess tour … stayed two nights. Great location !!! Good meal in 20230 Restaurant and very good meals in the North Fork Restaurant . Campus setup of lodges …. ours even had a moose visit out side the window . Great location just...More
Visited the 20320 Alaskan grill for dinner. Food order included margarita and big Alaskan burger. Food came out poorly done. Service was poor. Manager came in and offered nothing to correct problem beyond a cursory sorry. They have a captive audience and so no motivation...More
Too many clouds to see Mt McKinley. But, the view of the mountain range was good. Not much to do around here, but there is a shuttle to town (geared to tourist). Items at the lodge are a little pricy. Lodge itself is clean and...More
I was injured on a cruise and the restaurant staff was wonderful to get me a cane and ace wraps. No other assistance was offered prior to this stay, even their cruise ship who offered me nothing, after I had a fall.
We stayed at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge as part of the land portion of our Princess Cruise. Rustic lodges, fine for sleeping. Easy trails to walk around and view scenery.
We were lucky to see Denali on a clear day; breathtaking views.
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Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There... More
Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There is a fee to take the shuttle.