Caribou Inn

Address: 501 L St, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Downtown area of Anchorage, is near Pablo Bicycle Rentals, Resolution Park, Oscar Anderson House Museum, and The Antique Gallery.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCaribou Inn Anchorage

      Reviewed by ljandbev

      Caribou Inn,

      Reviewed May 30, 2009
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      In the morning, at the Caribou Inn, as I actually looked around the room, there was a sign in the bathroom stating to pull hard on the faucets and if you couldn't get hot water, to try the opposite way on the faucet as some of the plumbing was backwards - I couldn't help it, I had to take a picture! [PHOTO_ID_R=caribou-plumbing.jpg]

      Then I noticed that at least I would be safe in the shower, the little non-slip fish that some people put in the bottom of the tub were even on the side of the tub! I'm a terrible person, I completely acknowledge that. Anyway, LJ's only comment about the 'breakfast' part of our B&B experience was "I'm guessing you want to eat somewhere else?" I said yes and we left the Caribou... never to return... I hope.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Caribou Inn Anchorage

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