Kenai Airport Hotel

230 North Willow Street, Kenai, Alaska, 99611, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 230 North Willow Street, Kenai, is near Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center, Kenai City Beach, and Challenger Learning Center.
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Travel Blogs from Kenai

Great day for a Glacier Cruise

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 19, 2014

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We went on the 26 Glacier Cruise for the day. The weather was sunny, beautiful and calm - one of only 5 days the ship captain could remember for all this summer in Whittier! Yeh for us! We saw beautiful blue calm waters, 26 glaciers, sea otters, whales, sea lions, killer whales and kittiwakes. We sat with Ann (Denmark) and Johneave (Paris, ...

On a cliff overlooking Cook Inlet

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 15, 2014

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We arrived in Kenai with scattered sunshine and our campsite is on a bluff overlooking the mouth of the Kenai River that flows into Cook Inlet. Kenai is the largest city on the Kenai peninsula. We are staying here a few days.
We arrived at low tide with high tide around 7 pm. If there are Beluga Whales to see, it will be a couple hours before ...

Kenai

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 11, 2014

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... doesn't have fuel. We had planned to fill up again there. Also, the one hotel said they had a waiting list. I thought that's an odd thing to say so called back and it turns out, because the weather is so iffy and the only way to get there is by plane, they don't have many reservations. People just turn up and at 7:30 they know how many empty rooms they have. If there's anyone ...

Bears, bears and more bears

A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 10, 2014

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... HUGE lenses and their cameras on tripods. This one guy, whose lens was 5 times the size of mine said, "Dammit, I knew I should have brought my big lens." Watching these 5 bears was like watching a soap opera. The mom with the yearling was totally interested in clamming and eating. Her "boy" was totally interested in the young cubs. He kept coming closer until the mother of the twins charged him (meanwhile she brought her cubs super close to the humans). ...

Exploring in the Kenai

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 21, 2013

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... art galleries & museums & staying in whatever accommodation you like. The first part of the town (probably classed as a city as it has 5000 people) as you come down Sterling Highway into the town was ok, it catered for the tourists but wasn't spoilt in my opinion. The Spit, which juts 4.5 miles out into Kachemak Bay, was another thing altogether, it wasn't anything to do with the commercial fishing as that is the town's natural economy but the tourism at the end of ...