Fairfield Inn & Suites Anchorage Midtown
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Im bereits erwähnten "Restaurant" von Adak haben wir erst einmal bei einem richtig amerikanischen Frühstück (eggs and bacon) gestärkt. Die Portionierung ist bei den Amis ja immer auf Holzfäller in Alaska abgestimmt und für uns Leichtmatrosen leider gar nicht zu bewältigen. Auf Kaffee oder Tee verzichten wir lieber, denn uns steht heute eine …
Awoke at 07:00 Anchorage time after an hour or so of darkness. It was a nice change to preflight the aircraft with 60 deg. Temperatures. Departed onetime at 09:30 for a 4:00 flight to Petropavlovsk, Russia.
... which had a switch on the wall to make it into a sauna though I didn’t find out how – I am not into saunas.
When Eddie got home we had some delicious salmon caught by a friend of theirs, Connie, & barbecued by Sheila & salad followed by cherry pie & ice cream – so so yum. Despite only having just met Sheila & Eddie we talked for ages.
By the way for those who are into those Walmart emails Sheila & Eddie say ...
... There were a number of street fairs and weekend markets taking place today, so we parked the van near one of them and decided to just stroll around. After waking up to rain showers, it turned out to be a perfect day in Anchorage. The sun was shining and the temperature was around 70 degrees or so. The market was a fun place. Everyone was out and about, enjoying the beautiful day. We strolled through all of the various "streets" in the market ...
... through spectacular scenery. We even managed to hold up traffic as we ate supper and rolled through Wasila, the home of Sarah Palin. We arrived in Anchorage and was shuttled to the Hotel Captain Cook for a short nights sleep. Got to rise tomorrow morning around 6 AM to start the rest of the journey home which, with luck, we should be pulling into our driveway around 7 AM ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Fairfield Inn & Suites Anchorage Midtown
Great Value at the Fairfield
We've stayed at the Fairfield twice in the last year - and it is clean, the staff are courteous, the location works well for us, the breakfast meets our needs, and the value is what counts most. Another important aspect was the controls to cool and heat the room were easy to find and easy to operate. I've seen rates as low as $74 for this hotel in the winter - we paid $89 as we got the last two rooms. To me, a great find for a clean, convenient hotel.
Traffic noise distracting otherwise nice hotel
stayed here 8/13 & then again 8/16. Although on a high floor (4) both times, I was amazed at how loud the traffic was. (I thought the insulation would be thicker in AK somehow to buffer the noise.) They are building another hotel in front of it (A Motel 6 I believe) so perhaps after that's built it will buffer the noise somewhat. They have free shuttle svc. from the apt. and a decent continental bfast (including homemade waffles and hard-boiled cold eggs).
A decent hotel
Stayed here for three nights while in town on business. The property is clean and the staff is friendly. This is a 2nd rung Marriott property so it doesn't have a lot of amenities but the lower price and decent location make up for that.
One word of caution... Summer rates in Anchorage are insane. This property lets for around $180 a night in July but only $80 starting in October.
Great place to stay and everyone was helpful!!! Easy to find and the continental breakfast wasnt bad either. Would stay here again. Very clean!!!
Great rate, great stay!
We stayed for 1 night. When we checked in, it took about 5 minutes for someone to see us, and help us check in. But the hotel is really nice and clean. The breakfast is wonderful, waffles, and danishes, you name it. I would definetly stay here again.
I had the odious experience of staying at the Fairfield Inn and Suites recently with my family. We booked the "king jacuzzi suite" for our stay. A groggy, unpolite individual at the front desk greeted us upon arrival and rudely provided me with my roomkey (he was apparently angered that I had awakened him from his paid slumber). We went up to our room to find that we had been given the distinction of the "handicapped suite". If you have never stayed in a hotel room like this before, it is best described as a funnel where the drainage from the shower sleuces down into the middle of the floor. Well, our bathroom had a large drain which was filled with curly, short hairs. They provided a nice warm (mohair type) sock for my children as they exited after urinating. In addition to the soothing feel of human hair on my feet, this room provided the soothing sounds of a constantly flushing toilet. I went down to the lobby again to request a different room from my new buddy at the front desk, but he informed me that there were no other rooms available. Mastermind that he was, he cleverly solved my problem by providing the following advice: "Don't use the toilet". Wow, that was an epiphany. How stupid of me! When I informed him that my children consume liquids from time to time and may need to use a toilet intermittently during our 3 day stay at the hotel he begrudgingly called the airport shuttle driver to come fix my toilet. The poor guy from the shuttle spent about 30 minutes fiddling with the toilet @ 2 am (and perhaps basking in the warmth of his new hairy footwear) and gave up on my problem. As the toilet did not involve the use of a steering wheel - I cannot fault him. He actually made the problem worse as the toilet now continually flushed and leaked water all over the floor. In the morning, needing to take a shower, I set sail across "Lake Pubey" in a portable raft and after a "3 hour tour" made it to the shower. There was no place to put toiletries in the shower so my soap kept falling into the sewage floating around in my luxurious bathroom accomodations. After showering, I doused myself in an antibacterial salve and attempted to get my children clean. I dressed them in Haz-Mat suits and repeated the futile ritual of trying to get them clean in a glorified sewer. That morning, after complaining again, my room was switched reluctantly. I was given a $30 dollar discount off my room price for "the inconvenience". I declined the discount citing my free access to others body hair which should allow me to fashion a "technicolor dreamcoat" toupe in the future. I would recommend a full series of innoculations prior to checking in to this fine establishment.
We used this hotel for a pre-cruise stay of one night. It is within three miles of the airport and provides 24 hour free shuttle. The shuttle does not run on a continual basis so it is best to call them as soon as you get off the plane so they can come over. The hotel appears to be pretty new and is in an area where there is some other new construction going on. The area itself is pretty isolated but as we arrived late we had no interest in going out anyway. The room rate does include a breakfast buffet, and it is a pretty decent spread (bagels, toast, yogurt, cereal, milk, juices, coffee, etc). Plenty to fill you up.
We used this hotel for a pre-cruise stay. The hotel is fairly new. Free airport shuttle. Not a lot of restuarants within walking distance but we did find a convenience store and grabbed a few things before we went to the ship. The room was large, clean, and they even had washer/dryer on our floor.
Clean and New
Our family of 4 stayed here for one night. The hotel is new and clean. The location is good, near several restaurants (some deliver). The work out room is great (big, clean, several machine choices) and the pool is clean but small. Hot tub was HOT.
We really enjoyed our stay! Large confortable rooms with free Internet connectivity (if you're bringing your laptop), or free Internet access in the lobby. They also offer free continental breakfast.
It's close to the airport, but you don't hear the roar of the airplanes.
If I return to Anchorage, I will try to get a room at this hotel!