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We went in July and one who loves luxuriating in hot and healing waters, this place doesn't help you enjoy this water the right way. The water is nice and hot (104+) but when you need to cool off, you need to go inside to...More
Chena Hot Springs seems to have a great deal going for it. There is an ice museum, reindeer ranch, sled dogs, hot springs, activities center, onsite ponds with many ducks and ducklings, indoor pool and hot tubs, outdoor hot tub, restaurants, playground, and even a...More
We went for the hot springs. Ladies locker room had NO working toilets and several broken showers. The place is rundown. Outdoor hot tub was not working, several broken chairs. We didn't stay long. Thought about coming back to see the northern lights but after...More
Do not waste your time or money at this place! I tried to cancel my reservation and they said I couldn't because it was a 'package'. I did not click on a package code, I only went to room type and clicked the type of...More
Drove 120 miles to take my children to the hotsprings to find out they are not allowed in there. I looked on the website, did not see anything about no children. I had to pay $60 for them to swim in a tiny chlorine filled...More
US$181 - US$301 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No luxury rooms in the Moose Lodge. Just 2 queen beds, a table and chairs, coffeemaker and shower/tub. I had no problems with the temperature in the room. Basic room for quite a bit of money. Then again, it is remote Alaska... More
No luxury rooms in the Moose Lodge. Just 2 queen beds, a table and chairs, coffeemaker and shower/tub. I had no problems with the temperature in the room. Basic room for quite a bit of money. Then again, it is remote Alaska so "resort" is over-stated. It just depends what you think a luxury room is about. I was just fine with it since we got the see the Aurora Borealis every night in early spring.
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"Don't stay in a family suite or a pet friendly room. They are terrible."