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The hotel grounds were very pretty and well kept. There are walking trails with fruit trees right for the picking, beautiful views of the mountain when the clouds go away long enough for you to get a peak. Our room was a nice size, it...More
Ok, this is a long review. So, bear with me.
First of all, if you are an Alaskan resident making reservations to take the Princess train to McKinley Wilderness Lodge, expect to be treated with less respect than those who are coming up to Alaska...More
We visited this property as part of the cruise/land tour of Alaska.
On the cruise, you were able to charge everything with your room key. But the lodge only accepted cash or credit cards in the shops and dining areas.You could make arrangements to charge...More
About 1 hour from the railway station, it doesn't give you many options. "Manicured" gardens and you can't walk into natural treks, blocked just in case wildlife comes round.
Internet non-existent. It is a good opportunity to do your launder in the communal laundry room,...More
We stayed here one night as a part of Princess cruise tour. It is a beautiful place with great scenery. They have pots of beautiful flowers everywhere. We ate at two of the restaurants and thought the food was very good. The rooms were comfortable...More
US$103 - US$193 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Mt. Mckinley Princess Wilderness Hotel Trapper Creek ,