My Husband surprised me with an excursion to the Resort for our 20th anniversary. We spent our 1st anniversary here, and our recent stay was every bit as epic as the first one 19yrs ago. The rooms are beautifully appointed, with stunning mountain views, and...続きを読む
This was a "staging area" stop on our way to Seward while we adjusted to the change in time zone and recovery from red-eye flight into Anchorage. Hotel is beautiful and the grounds are lovely and well maintained. Very comfortable beds and the fastest elevator...続きを読む
Alyeska is a beautiful hotel with beautiful grounds and a lot of amenities. It's not located in the heart of tourist country but it is worth a stop if you are on your way north or south along the Seward highway. The summer rates can't...続きを読む
We enjoyed our two night stay here. The room was nicely done and our only complaint was it's size. It was a bit small for two adults and two kids. It was not an issue since we were out and about most of the time....続きを読む
Gorgeous property with fabulous staff, views, and amenities! One of the most fun vacations we've taken!
After a fishing mishap (broken motor on boat)with the first fishing excursion booked concierge made arrangments for a second one. Very accommodating and helpful staff.
Thinking about crossing an Alaskan fly fishing trip off my bucket list. The hotel looks nice but I was wondering how far to trout, salmon fishing waters? Thanks.
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There are quite a few options within a reasonably short drive of the hotel; their concierge desk can help set up options for you. The Alyeska resort site has some great information about what options are nearby - follow... 続きを読む
There are quite a few options within a reasonably short drive of the hotel; their concierge desk can help set up options for you. The Alyeska resort site has some great information about what options are nearby - follow their menus to Events & Activities / Summer Activities / Fishing & Charters.
You'll want to check the season (if you're fishing for king salmon, for example, they run at a different time from silver / coho salmon). There are also some pretty good deep sea options - although you'll not want to fly fish for halibut.
For those who stayed at Alyeska in the month of June, I'd like to know how the weather is like around that time of year. Also need tips on what to wear. I know June is summer in Alaska, but coming from a tropical country, it still might be cold for me and my family.
Thanks in advance!:)
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I was there in Oct. the weather was in 50s to 20 at night .. lined jacket is always good .