Alaska Luxury Lodges 

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

Tordrillo Mountain Lodge

The Tordrillo Mountain Lodge, operated by Chugach Adventure Guides, offers the perfect balance between luxury and adventure. Just a scenic, 40-minute flight from Anchorage, this luxurious, 5,600-foot log structure is located in the heart of the remote Alaska Range, on the banks of the Talachulitna River and Judd Lake. Up to 16 guests can enjoy the deluxe accommodations, gourmet cuisine, award-winning wines, and peaceful atmosphere at the lodge. Other first-class amenities include wireless internet, massage services, flat screen TV, full-service bar, and a lakeside hot tub and sauna.

 

 

Saltery Lodge

Saltery Lodge

Saltery Lodge

Saltery Lodge is a spacious 4,500 square foot Alaska luxury lodge featuring four complete levels. Just recently completed, this lodge has the latest in accommodation comforts which easily accommodates eight guests comfortably. There are three guest rooms in addition to a large master suite that are available to you in our Alaska luxury lodge. The feel of the interior lodge is described as a “rustic elegance” with hard wood rustic floors mixed with high-end furnishings mixed with turn of the century antiques and pictures. Each guestroom features its own unique theme and come with a private bathroom. While there may not be any Alaska five star hotels, you will be hard pressed to find any much nicer than Saltery Lodge.

Kennicott Glacier Lodge

Kennicott Glacier Lodge

Kennicott Glacier Lodge

Kennicott Glacier Lodge offers some of America’s most breathtaking views. Visiting Kennicott is like stepping back in time into less-traveled country that is just opening its doors to tourism. Built in 1987, the Kennicott Lodge is a replica of one of the historic mining buildings from the copper mining boom town days.It is located near the center of the 40 remaining structures in the ghost town (Alaska’s most fascinating ghost town) of Kennicott. The Main Lodge has 25 Guest rooms, a dining room, 2 living rooms, and a 190 foot long front porch with a panoramic view of the Chugach and Wrangell Mountains. All is in one building, so the aroma of fresh brewed coffee or baking bread may wake you in the morning.

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge

Set on a ridge above the small community of Talkeetna on the south side of Mt. McKinley, the lodge offers unforgettable views of Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range.Visitors can choose rooms and stay in the guest lodge, main lodge or mountainside rooms.You can have breakfast and enjoy into one of Alaska’s best view restaurants and see why Talkeetna Lodge has earned such high praise.

 

 

 

Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge

Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge

Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge

If you like fishing Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge is the place on Alaska that you should visit. Since 1977, the Kenai River Sportfishing Lodge has been host to premier sportfishing for the Kenai’s world famous king, silver & sockeye salmon, trophy rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, and halibut.This full-service lodge is located on the scenic headwaters of the Kenai River in Cooper Landing. Friendly, professional guides, cabins with private bathroom, great boats and gear, fish processing, and hearty meals. Up to 8 hours guided fishing per day and for all that do not like fishing there is non-fishing options also available.

 

 

Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge

Nestled within a Native-owned wildlife sanctuary on the edge of a protected lagoon, Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge and guest cabins enjoy stunning views of Pedersen Glacier. The rugged beauty of Alaska’s spectacular seacoast and abundant marine wildlife is balanced nicely with the creature comforts of private cabins, a cozy main lodge and hearty meals with gourmet flair. You’ll be entertained by the playful harbor seals and otters in the lagoon, awestruck by the distant sound of a calving tidewater glacier and embraced by the wild beauty of this seacoast paradise. Here you will find a place to call your own: on the water, by the coast or simply ‘deck-side’ in a rocking chair in the sun.

Kenai Backcountry Lodge

Kenai Backcountry Lodge

Kenai Backcountry Lodge

Staying at the remote Kenai Backcountry Lodge on a five-acre private in-holding within the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge offers a real taste of the wilderness. The lodge began as a hunting cabin back in 1935, accessed by river from Seward; years later, the remodeled and expanded property is still road-free.It is a perfect mix of  modern creature comforts with authentic rustic elegance. Most guests raft in with Alaska Wildland Adventures, starting their vacation at the Kenai Riverside Lodge.

 

 

 

 

Winter Lake Lodge

Winter Lake Lodge

Winter Lake Lodge

Situated near the western edge of the Alaska Range, Winterlake Lodge offers seclusion and spectacular scenery.It offers five guest cabins, nestled along a mile-long lake that is home to nesting loons and swans. A main lodge sits near the middle of the property.. At the main lodge, you can enjoy the fireplace, library, game room, yoga room, hot tub and sauna—or even get a free massage from the on-site massage therapist. Even with such nice amenities, you’ll want to get plenty of outdoor time, too. Kayaks and boats are available to explore the lake so pack your bags…



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