The Hotel Captain Cook
The Hotel Captain Cook
4th Avenue and K Street
The Hotel Captain Cook, conveniently located in the downtown area, is 5.5 miles from Anchorage International Airport. The hotel has 547 guest rooms, including 96 suites, each offering a view of Cook Inlet or the Chugach Mountains. On a clear day it is possible to view Mt. McKinley from many vantage points. Some of the finest services and shopping in Anchorage can be found in the hotel and immediately adjacent shopping areas. This includes men's and women's clothing stores, fine jewelry, gift shops, an art gallery, sundries, an espresso shop and an Alaska Airlines ticket counter just to name a few. In the hotel are separate men's and women's athletic club facilities open on a complimentary basis to registered hotel guests. Shared facilities are the swimming pool/jacuzzi/aerobics room/raquetball court. Separate facilities include exercise rooms with weight machines, free weights, and cardiovascular equipment, massage, steam and sauna, tanning beds, dressing rooms and lounge.
Amenities· Barber Shop
· Car Rental Desk
· Concierge Desk
· Gift Shop
· Health Club
· Guest Laundromat
· In Room Movies
· Indoor Pool
· Valet Parking
· 24 Hour Room Service
· Tour Desk
· Turndown Service
· 24 Hour Front Desk
· Room Service
· Room Service
· AM/FM Alarm Clock
· Barber/Beauty Shop
· Business Center
· Fitness Center or Spa
· Hairdryers Available
· Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
· Laundry/Valet Services
· Meeting/Banquet Facilities
· Modem Lines in Room
· No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
· Safe Deposit Box
· Shops/Commercial Services
· Television with Cable
· VIP Rooms/Services
Total number of Guest Rooms: 566
These warm and inviting rooms are carefully appointed with custom teakwood furniture with brass accents. Also offering wonderful views of the Chugach Mountains or Cook Inlet. In-room temperature controls, color cable television with movie selections, luxurious terrycloth robes and hairdryers are among the many excellent features. The Captain Cook offers a secure floor, The Captains Deck, featuring a lounge, special amenities and continental breakfast. * 323 king-sized beds * 359 no smoking rooms * 4 handicap-accessible rooms Suites Total of 96 Suites offer four varieties throughout the hotel. 73 Junior Suites offer mountain or bay views. Each suite includes a living room and a king or queen bedroom. Some offer wet bars, five are located on the Captains Deck.
Total of 77 Suites offer four varieties throughout the hotel. 59 Junior Suites offer mountain or bay views. Each suite includes a living room and a king or queen bedroom. Some offer wet bars, Three are located on the Captains Deck.
Thirteen Executive Suites - located in Tower II.
Corner Suites - beautiful mountain or bay views. Feature separate bedroom and parlor, two baths and full bar. Option to add second twin bedded room. Five luxury Crow's Nest Suites - Varying sizes located on the secured 19th floor of Tower III. All include wet bar, one and a half bath. Seating of up to 25 people for informal setting. Options to add second bedroom.
Indicative rates for search purposes only; check for specific rate when making a reservation.
· American Dollars is the native currency.
Take International Airport Road East approximately 2.5 miles to the Minnesota North exit. Take Minnesota for 3.5 miles. Minnesota will become I street then turn left on 4th Avenue. The hotel is on your left.
* 5.5 miles from Anchorage International * 40 miles from Girdwood (Alyeska Ski Resort), 50 miles from Palmer (Matanuska Valley), 48 miles Portage Glacier, 124 miles Seward (Resurrection Bay) * 238 miles from Denali National Park - Mt. McKinley * Driving Instructions: International Airport Road to Minnesota Drive. Left (North on Minnesota. Continue North on Minnesota until it becomes "I" street. "I" street crosses 6th and 5th Avenue, then turn left on 4th Avenue. Hotel on left.
A credit card is required to book online. Peak seasons may require your card is charged in advance. Reading the rate rules after selecting your rate will indicate if your card will be charged. This information will appear in your email confirmation.
Subject to the discretion of the hotel, the credit card provided may be charged if the reservation is canceled after the cancellation deadline has passed or if the guest fails to arrive. The cancellation policy will appear after selecting rate rules.
Restaurant InformationThe Crow's Nest
High above downtown Anchorage, The Crow's Nest is our award-winning restaurant open for fine dining. Enjoy artfully prepared French-style cuisine, uncompromised service and one of the most extensive wine lists in Alaska.The Pantry
Visit our indoor, open-air cafe serving breakfast, lunch and light evening fare in the casual atmosphere of The Pantry. Also join us for Afternoon Tea to enjoy petite sandwiches and fine pastries.Fletchers
Relax in a warm, friendly atmosphere of mahogany and stained glass as inspired by the welcoming pubs of England. Fletchers offers gourmet pizza, fresh pasta and sandwiches, accompanied by a large selection of imported beer, wine and cognacs.The Whale's Tail
An Espresso Bar by morning and a calm cocktail lounge by night.
Area AttractionsAnchorage Alaska Fur Rendezvous
One of the biggest winter festivals in the country and a great way to sample Anchorage's winter activities. More than 100 events, including World Champion Sled Dog Races, Grand Prix car race, snowshoe softball, native arts and crafts and plenty more. Takes place the second week in February. (907)277-8615Alaska Public Lands Information Center
A complete information source for Alaska's federal and state public lands. Visitors can plan trips by viewing exhibits, watching videos on each region of Alaska or using the trip planning computer. The building completed in 1939 used to house the post office, federal agencies and Federal District Court. 4th Avenue and F Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501; (907)271-2737Anchorage Museum of History and Art
Permanent collection includes the Alaska Gallery which depicts the history of the state starting with native subsistence lifestyles through European exploration. Russian - America and contemporary times. "Art of the Far North" displays works by artists who have drawn and painted the Far North from its first explorers to the present. 121 West 7th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99501; (907)343-4326Iditarod Sled Dog Race "The Last Great Race"
Mushers and their dogs face the ultimate challenge as they begin their grueling 1049 mile race to Nome from downtown Anchorage. The starting line is 4th Avenue and "D" street. (907)376-5155Tony Knowles Coastal Trail
The start of approximately 10 miles of paved trail that provides scenic views along the coast (Cook Inlet) to Kincaid Park. Access begins only two blocks from the hotel. Excellent for jogging, hiking and cross country skiing.William A. Egan Civic and Convention Center
Located just a three minute walk from the hotel. Egan Center has a 2,776 person capacity. Excellent for exhibit displays and city-wide conventions. Named for Alaska's first elected governor. 555 West 5th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska 99501; (907)263-2800