Classic lodge design and a modern aesthetic reside in harmony at this downtown hotel.
This large hotel gets our praise for blending urbane design details into an atmosphere reminiscent of a classic mountain lodge. The lobby is quite contemporary, with its wide open spaces and geometric fireplace, but it's inviting too, featuring seating areas with comfy leather chairs. The hotel has 370 guest rooms and suites done in traditional style; all come with 42-inch flat-screen TVs, fridges and views over the city, mountains or Cook Inlet.
For house dining, JADE Restaurant focuses on the produce of local purveyors, and Ptarmigan Lounge offers a bar menu, cocktails, beer on tap and big-screen sports. This Sheraton boasts its own spa, the Ice Spa, overlooking Cook Inlet and the Chugach Mountains. Of note at the spa is its use of Alpenglow products, made by hand in Homer, Alaska. For business travelers, there is a Link@Sheraton 24-hour business center and 25,000 square feet of meeting and event space including the largest hotel ballroom in the state. The property showcases Alaska's Native art heritage with murals, etched marble and contemporary art by and about Eskimo, Haida, Tlingit, Athabascan and Aleut people.
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