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Extremely outdated. Room smelled like a nursing home. Tubular TVs and scratched furniture. Listened to elevator all night. Bathroom is so outdated it feels like something out of a 1970s horror flick. G
I won't stay here again. Two things stood out to us at our visit. The hotel was very dated and there were drunken screaming people in the halls over one of the nights while we were there. This may have been a classic, even upscale...More
The Inlet Tower is a long time Anchorage classic. Over the years, it has been upgraded, but it’s age will show. The rooms are basic, & generally clean. It is a busy hotel in the summer months due to it’s pricing. Hotels in Anchorage take...More
We called from the airport at 1 am and a friendly guy picked us up and took us to the hotel. We were promptly checked in and had a great nights sleep. The location is great. We walked a few blocks to the shore and...More
No frills for sure. Tv seemed to be from the 80s and pillows pretty thin but friendly staff, comfortable beds and refrigerator and microwaves in room were great for heating leftovers and making coffee. Would definitely stay there again. Also great location!!
WE left on our cruise from Seward which is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours by car or 4 hours in the train.If travelling by train to your port ,you wont need a taxi as Inlet Towers provide a shuttle bus to the railway... More
WE left on our cruise from Seward which is about 2 1/2 to 3 hours by car or 4 hours in the train.If travelling by train to your port ,you wont need a taxi as Inlet Towers provide a shuttle bus to the railway station. Might I add that the train trip down to Seward was one of the most spectacular train trips we have every done, Highly recommended.