Hotel Alyeska

Hotel Alyeska

Hotel Alyeska4.5/51
Hotel Alyeska4.5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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Hotel Alyeska

Hotel Alyeska

Hotel Alyeska is a large 4 star resort hotel with 304 guest rooms, extensive facilities and services, and deluxe accommodations.

Where is Hotel Alyeska?

Hotel Alyeska is in a ski-in ski-out location at the base of the Alyeska Ski Resort in Alaska. It’s only a few steps away from the Alyeska tram which takes you to the upper reaches of the ski area.

See the getting to Alyeska page for information on the location of Alyeska and how to get there.

Free valet parking is available at the hotel.

Hotel Rooms

Hotel Alyeska has king rooms with an oversized bed or double rooms with 2 double beds.

The rooms range from providing exceptional mountain views to more valley oriented views.
The hotel rooms have SertaTM Presidential Pillow-Top Mattresses, a private bathroom, seating area, mini fridge, free wifi, and flat screen TV.

Hotel Facilities

Hotel Alyeska facilities and services include:
  • Large indoor swimming pool (salt water)
  • Hot tub (salt water)
  • Concierge services
  • Ski shop with ski/snowboard apparel and ski and snowboard rentals
  • Ski/snowboard equipment can be stored at the shop (which is very close to the slopes)
  • Sundries shop
  • Boutique
  • A Northern Lights display 
  • Day spa and massage services
  • Fitness centre
  • Sauna
  • Ice skating pond
  • Wifi in guest rooms and common areas
  • Northern lights wake-up call

Dining/Bars

For a simple and inexpensive breakfast or lunch you can head to the Tramway Café which has Starbucks coffee, a variety of snacks, and pizza by the slice.

The more formal breakfast option is the Pond Café where you can choose from a breakfast buffet or a large choice of a la carte menu items.

For dinner, the Aurora Bar and Grill offers gastro-pub fare and you can either dine in the bar or restaurant area. The bar has large television screens.

Sakura is a small Japanese fusion restaurant that serves the most exquisite rolls and other Japanese fare that makes the most of the famous Alaskan seafood. Sakura has a good range of cocktails, sake and other beverages.

Sometimes the Pond Café is open in the evening, rebadged as the Pond Steakhouse.

Or you can head to other Alyeska restaurants, including the highly acclaimed Seven Glaciers restaurant at the top of the tram.

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Hotel Alyeska Packages

This property currently has no lifts & lodging packages available.

Hotel Alyeska Reviews

All Very Easy

POWDERHOUNDS.COM22/06/2017
  • Recommend
  • Would Revisit
  • Guest Type
    Couple
  • Guest Age
    36-50

All Very Easy

POWDERHOUNDS.COM22/06/2017
We had an incredibly comfortable stay at Hotel Alyeska and would happily recommend it to others for a ski vacation at Alyeska.

Needless to say, the convenient ski-in ski-out location was fantastic and made it easy enough to break up the skiing day into a couple of parts, and even go night skiing.

We made the most of the incredibly comfortable bed, considering that the lifts didn’t open until 10:30am. It felt rather decadent. Our room didn’t have the highly sought after “mountain view” up to the Alyeska slopes but the view of other surrounding mountains was still very nice. The strong wifi connection was also a plus.

We visited during a holiday period, and the ski resort coped with the “crowds” whilst some elements of the hotel didn’t cope so well e.g. the pool/hot tub (which was completely over-run) and the dining experiences. Initially there were only 2 evening restaurants open and they were both very small. We went on a waiting list for the Aurora Bar and Grill and after 45 minutes got a table. The food was very nice but incredibly over-priced for pub fare. And the lack of ambience with the kids “playing” the piano downstairs didn’t really make for a great dining experience. They didn’t take bookings at the Japanese restaurant either and we had to wait for an hour. It was worth the wait, considering the exceptional food and cocktails and levels of service.

Accommodation value ranges significantly for the hotel rooms because the rates fluctuate a lot depending on the season and whether it’s a weekend, weekday or holiday. The lack of reasonably priced dining will add significantly to the cost of your stay.