Hotel Captain Cook

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  • Exceptional


    by mediter123 on 2020-09-22 07:31 pm

    I was truly impressed with this hotel, and that does not happen often. Perfect location in Downtown, nice buildings, polished and elegant interiors, and large rooms. They have added relevant anchorage and Alaskan history to it through paintings, old maps and historical figures and ships. It is actually educational to hang out there and read the descriptions and see the artifacts.

    Staff are really friendly and helpful, all of them. The stores are the best in town and have huge collections of exquisite arts and crafts. The restaurants are very nice and the food is masterfully prepared (I tried 2 of them, the breakfast place and the Fletcher).

    I don't see why anyone should stay anywhere else...

  • Great Historic Hotel - Amazing views, comfortable rooms

    Great Historic Hotel - Amazing views, comfortable rooms

    by James H on 2020-09-11 08:35 am

    Friendly helpful staff, stunning views, great breakfast. Some of their normal amenities were suspended/limited due to Covid-19. We were upgraded to a corner junior suite on the Captain's Deck (17th floor) with a spectacular view of Cook Inlet. Breakfast in the Cafe was excellent with large servings and "Sindy" provided exceptional service. Fletcher's restaurant was excellent also with terrific service. It was less expensive than the Crow's Nest and the food was excellent. I had the grilled scallops with mushroom risotto. This was the best risotto I've had since I lived in Italy. We would stay here again.

  • Good location, sketchy area though

    Good location, sketchy area though

    by Rocket_Man0691 on 2020-09-05 10:48 am

    The hotel here is nice, large comfortable rooms with amazing views. Hotel has only on restaurant open but otherwise is running normally.

    Hotel is close to several restaurants and breweries, however, one must thread though panhandlers and intoxicated/high people even directly outside of the hotel.

    Many of the art galleries are closed,leaving mostly gaudy tourist shops. Try the Fat Ptarmigan, 49th state rooftop, and snow city cafe for food...

    Very easy access to the Tony Knowles trail (check out pablos for bikes), point north or south and the airport including lake hood floatplane area.

    COVID considerations
    - masks required in all common areas, not enforced though most people comply
    - rooms are still serviced here

  • Excellent experience, limited views.

    Excellent experience, limited views.

    by Studio9 on 2020-09-04 03:16 pm

    Superior service from the moment we arrived; staff is very professional and cordial. Beautiful historic hotel, inside and out; many pieces of art to enjoy and some very impressive shops on the ground floor. We had a roomy 2-room corner suite high up in Tower 3, where you have a very good view of Towers 1 and 2, plus a glimpse of the bay on the other side of those towers. Room was spacious, very clean, well-appointed, and very quiet; no noise from the hallway, outside, or from adjacent rooms. We enjoyed excellent meals prepared-to-order from The Crow's Nest; prices were reasonable. Plan to take food back to your room (no interior restaurant seating open during Covid-19), or have meals delivered for a surcharge. Bed was excellent; very comfortable. Sheets are expensive but somewhat noisy; they made crinkly noises every time you turn over. Towels were surprisingly average but the robes were first class!

  • AMAZING management, rooms are spacious, and great restaurants.

    AMAZING management, rooms are spacious, and great restaurants.

    by SibelSenver on 2020-08-23 010:19 pm

    The management here is amazing, courteous, and professional. Brian and Nathan just did a fantastic job. The restaurants are top notch. Rooms are spacious and great for families! Thank you Captain Cook

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