In the heart of downtown with splendid views of Cook Inlet or the Chugach Mountain Range, the Hilton Anchorage is a top choice of our guests thanks to its indoor pool, steam room, hot tub, and onsite restaurant and lounge. The Hilton's 22 floors have 606 rooms with views of mountains, the city or Cook Inlet. Rooms feature nautical-themed down comforters in deep primary colors, mountain-hued carpets and traditional wooden furniture; pillow-top beds offer a warm place to cuddle up after a long day of work or play. A work desk can be used as a dining table for the 24-hour room service. Wi-Fi is available for a fee and non-smoking rooms can be reserved. Downstairs, the Hooper Bay Cafe and Bruin Lounge provide a variety of meal choices. Additional amenities include an indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, concierge and business center. Pets and parking require additional fees. The Hilton is in downtown Anchorage near the Cook Inlet, within walking distance of restaurants, museums and attractions. The hotel is two blocks from the Alaska Railroad Depot, four blocks from the Anchorage Museum of History and Art and two blocks from the William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center. It's five miles to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. The Hilton's "location is excellent for downtown activities," say our guests, who add that the rooms are "clean, bright and have an excellent view."
Located in the heart of downtown, this luxury hotel features a number of amenities for all level of travelers and a convenient location to the airport, railroad, the convention district, and a number of the area's best activities. Dogs up to 50 pounds are allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $50 per room.
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