Inlet Tower Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInlet Tower Hotel & Suites Anchorage
We were lucky eneough to be on the 12th floor (2 floors short of the top) in a suite with fantastic views across Cook Inlet. The Hotel is a comfortable walk from downtown. Breakfast was not included as it was the cusp of off season, but with a supermarket next door and microwave/fridge we were happy.
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While queueing up at the airport to board our flight to Anchorage, Alaska, a man travelling on route to Seattle overheard Patrick and I talking. "I hope you've brought a scarf," he said. We looked at each other nervously. We hadn't. The man from Seattle was only echoing what every other person had said to us when they'd heard where we were headed. …
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