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The lodge itself is beautiful with towns of rustic outdoorsy charm, big logs and big fireplaces. The rooms were ok nothing to write home about. Parking is quite stupid you have to unload your luggage take it to your room and then go park in...More
My friends and I had decided to do the three day land part of our Alaskan cruise last, I wasn't thrilled about the cruise itself so I held higher hopes for the land portion. We were in both Denali and Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodges....More
A dump but you're stuck if you're on a Princess cruise and land tour. The sheets were paper thin and gray, the bedspread was disgustingly thin, dingy and well past it's usefulness. I immediately took it off the bed. Mattresses fold in the center and...More
On a tour. I guess you shouldn't expect too much from your room when you are out touring all day bu very disappointed. Very small not clean at all. Bedspread was sticky.. blah. Curtains had blood or mud on them. We were on one of...More
Stayed here for one night as part of a cruise tour. The buildings are REALLY spread out. There are almost no signs helping you to find your building, and we were wandering around lost for ten minutes in freezing rain trying to find where to...More
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Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There... More
Not sure when you are planning to go, however, the Mt. Mckinley Lodge is now closed for the season. This year they opened in May, not sure about next year. The shuttles run on on a daily basis to Talkeetna and back. There is a fee to take the shuttle.