Each of the 22
guestrooms at Denali Wilderness Lodge is simple and comfortable with its own
private bath, warm comforters, and radiant heat. Each room's decor is
one-of-a-kind and reflects Alaska's history, wildlife, or natural beauty. Guests
choose from three general styles of rustic accommodations that are equally
priced and booked on a first-come, first-served basis.
A hotel within a
The Cheechako Hotel, which resembles a frontier outpost
hotel, has six guestrooms and a central parlor/living room. Gold rush era
antiques, velour couches, old lacework, a Victrola and a piano make this an
inviting place to relax. The Cheechako Hotel is favored by guests traveling with
a group of friends or outgoing couples who enjoy the company of others and the
privacy of their own room.
A cabin of one's
Four distinctive handhewn cabins, complete with covered
porches, are scattered around the homestead. The spacious and centrally located
Jack London includes a separate bedroom and daybed in the living room, and is
generally reserved for families.
Not alone in the
Six pairs of back-to-back cabins nestle among the alder
and spruce down a winding gravel path from the main lodge. Each of these 12
cabins sleeps two to four guests in a variety of queen, twin, or bunk
combinations - perfect for families traveling with children. The newest of
Denali Wilderness Lodge's accommodations - perfect for families traveling with
children. It's easy to call these comfortable cabins home.