Denali National Park Hotel & Resort

Our newly expanded Cedar hotel has 92 beautiful rooms—all with decks overlooking the Nenana River. We also have 27 brand new hotel rooms on the hill providing unobstructed views of the surrounding mountains and Aurora in the fall.

About Our Cedar Hotel

Five scenic hotel units are located on the Nenana River and every room has a large glass sliding door and screen leading to your own private deck overlooking the scenic river and includes table and chairs. Two new hotel units completed in spring of 2018 will have spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and an unobstructed view of the Aurora in the fall from the privacy of your own deck.

Room Features: The interior of the rooms are furbished in cedar. Each room is furnished with two double beds, full bathroom (shower & tub), in-room coffee and tea, 1/2 hour complimentary free WiFi upon arrival*, cable TV, hair dryer, alarm clocks and more. ADA approved handicap accessible rooms available.

Continental Breakfast Option: The hotel also includes a rustic cedar continental breakfast building for centralized continental breakfast service. Continental breakfast service is ONLY available for groups of 14 or more people, 1 month minimum special advanced reservation request. Please contact us regarding continental breakfast contracts and rates. Porter Service is also available.

Additional Features: There is a large parking lot and bus turn around on the property and we also provide shuttle service** to and from the Denali train depot. There are many fine restaurants in the Denali Area including two directly across the street. There is also a very economical taxi service based on the property for your convenience.

"Before entering Denali National Park, we had a very restful stay at the Denali Grizzly Bear Resort. This rustic resort is just what you would expect in this beautiful area. The room was spacious with a balcony that overlooked the river. The beds were very comfortable, and the bathroom was clean and modern. The resort store prepared and sold our group "snack bags" to take on our park bus tour, containing bottled water, cheese sticks, granola bars, and an apple. There were also other food items available for purchase in the small store."

Trip Advisor | August 15, 2015

Hotel Rates & Details

SEASON Single Double Triple Quad
Peak: 6/4–9/12 $309 $309 $319 $329
Shoulder: 5/20–6/3 $259 $259 $269 $279
*WiFi: 1/2 hour complimentary free WiFi upon arrival. Many accommodations nearby have daily resort fees that cover such services. We do not! We do charge a small hourly, 4 hour, or daily fee for WiFi (Super high speed WiFi provided by Tengonet™). All Hotel rooms have a strong WiFi signal.
**Shuttle: Our Shuttle fee to Rail Depot is only $25 round-trip per passenger, including children if they take a seat. (Shuttle times are coordinated with the train schedule). Our base rate for shuttle service is $25 for the first person + $5 for each additional person including children if they take a seat. One way fee. Shuttle only operates 9am to 9pm, no exceptions. We are NOT a taxi service, please see our recommended RENTAL OPTIONS »
Cancellation Policy: Prior to Arrival: 60 or more days – $50.00 Service Fee; 59 to 6 days – 20% Service Fee (on Total Amount Canceled) $50.00 Minimum; 5 days or Less – NO REFUNDS. Cancellation policy may vary for wholesalers and large tour groups. We highly recommend visitors purchase Travel Insurance to cover unexpected medical, accidents, natural disasters and pandemic disruptions.
All prices are subject to 7.5% Denali Borough Bed Tax.
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Aerial View of Denali Grizzly Bear Resort Aerial View of Denali Grizzly Bear Resort

Denali Wildlife ~ Moose

Moose are members of the deer family. In fact, they are the largest member, weighing between 800 and 1,500 pounds. Only bull moose have antlers. You are more likely to see a female moose like this one, because they come near the roads with their calves, to eat in small ponds. In Denali Park, about 2,000 moose roam on the north side of the Alaska Range. You can often see moose near the park entrance.

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