Hotels in Fairbanks, Alaska

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Where to Stay in Fairbanks, Alaska?

WHERE TO STAY

Budget

  • Sophie Station Suites: Quaint little hotel; large, inexpensive rooms. Full sized kitchen.
  • BEST WESTERN PLUS Chena River Lodge: Hot breakfast. Lodging of choice for attendees of the International Ice Carving Festival. Large parking. Staff have a lot of local insight.
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Fairbanks: Excellent staff. Excellent breakfast. If you’re visiting during the Aurora Borealis months, ask for a room facing the lights.
  • Wedgewood Resort: Large resort with plenty of rooms. Great walking trails on the property. Reasonably priced.

Mid-range

  • Pike's Waterfront Lodge: Close to the airport. Check out the steam-room. And for some reason there’s free ice cream between 6-8 pm.
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Fairbanks: Close to the airport. Heated floors. Free WiFi. Typical breakfast. Great staff.
  • Spring Hill Suites Fairbanks: This hotel is popular with couples. You get your own cottages to stay in, and they are located along the river. If you don’t have your own car, you’ll need to take the hotel’s shuttle to downtown.
  • Bridgewater Hotel: Old, well maintained property. Helpful, highly accommodating staff.

 

WHERE TO EAT

  • Lemon Grass Thai Cuisine: The best place for Asian food in the city, made using local veggies and seafood.
  • Cookie Jar Restaurant: The cooking at this restaurant will remind you of home – filling and warm. Terrific sandwiches. It’s the best place in town for breakfast.
  • The Crepery: Service is super-fast, and the atmosphere is always bustling. The restaurant is tiny, and usually packed, so make reservations.
  • Lavelle's Bistro: Try the lobster cake, bourbon shrimp and mashed potatoes. The kids menu isn’t that good though.
  • Pike's Landing: The service isn’t instantaneous, but the food is worth the wait. Try the biscuits and the gravy.

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Hotels in and around Fairbanks