Anchorage, Alaska is known as The City of Lights and Flowers, and Hotel Captain Cook is the perfect launching pad for discovering its history, culture and geographical uniqueness. When the long, dark winter nights take over, millions of white lights on buildings and trees help to brighten spirits and walkways. During the days with twenty hours of sunlight, flowers bloom to amazing sizes. Hotel Captain Cook is mere steps away from restaurants, gardens and museums. It houses 546 rooms and suites for guests, 4 restaurants and 12 retail shops. The walls of the common areas are adorned with rich artwork depicting the adventures of Captain John Cook, for whom the hotel is named.
Large, historic hotel
With 546 guest rooms and suites, it is constantly bustling during the short annual tourist season. From any of the guest rooms, views of Cook Inlet, downtown Anchorage or the Chugach Mountains can be seen. In addition, Hotel Captain Cook is now a member of the Historic Hotels of America because of its commitment to maintaining historical integrity, architecture and ambiance. Only 275 hotels in the United States can boast of such an honor.
Comfortable rooms with abundant amenities
Four in-house restaurants
The Cafe is a large restaurant near the reception desk that serves breakfast every morning. For specialty coffees and snacks, The Cubby opens daily at 5:30 a.m.
Twelve retail shops
Artwork in the common areas
Perfect location for exploring Anchorage
Great choice for beginning or ending a trip to Alaska
Located at the corner of 4th Avenue and K Street in downtown Anchorage, Hotel Captain Cook is a great place to begin or end a trip-of-a-lifetime to Alaska. It is convenient to the airport, it’s a popular pick-up spot for tours, and it is within walking distance to many shops, attractions and eateries. The rooms are comfortable, and when the weather is cold, guests can enjoy eating and shopping without leaving the premises.