This historic downtown hotel features beautiful views of Cook Inlet and the Chugash Mountains.
With 546 guest rooms and suites, this hotel may seem at first glance too big for some. But there is an intimacy about its style, enhanced by its historic architecture, beautiful stained glass and private art collection that tells the story of Captain James Cook. A member of Historic Hotels of America (though it dates back only to 1965), this property is home to his and hers athletic clubs and four dining venues. The Crow's Nest sits atop the hotel's Tower III and serves French and New American cuisine against a backdrop of mountain and Cook Inlet views. Fletcher's unites a traditional English pub setting with an Italian menu, while Whale's Tail offers small plates and a self-serve wine system. A casual café is available for breakfast. Accommodations are done in a subdued, traditional style and come with free Wi-Fi and blackout drapes for those long summer days. Fourteen meeting and conference rooms make this hotel popular for business gatherings. Fireplaces and views are among the business venue highlights.
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