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Cabin in Eagle River
Alaskan log cabin/pano mt+water views/eco-friendly
Stunning log-sided cabin built in 2019 sitting on exposed granite bedrock with panoramic mountain & water views. You'll have private use of the entire cabin, including 2 bedrooms, each with queen beds, a dresser and large closets. You'll enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Cook Inlet and Mount Susitna and, on clear days, part of the Alaska Range, two volcanoes and downtown Anchorage. Convenient for Anchorage area activities/adventures and a great staging location for day trips north or south.
$200 per night
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Cabin in Anchorage
Alaskan Mtn Gem w/ Game Room, Hot Tub & Gym!
This 3-bedroom, 2-bath vacation rental, surrounded by Eagle River and the Chugiak Mountains, has everything you need to have an epic mountain getaway with the crew. Cook up dinner in the stocked kitchen while the kids have a ball in the game room, then break a sweat in the home gym and end the day with a soak in the hot tub under the Alaskan stars. Be sure to look carefully when on the deck, you may see local wildlife! Downtown Anchorage is also only 25 miles away if you need to run into town.
$150 per night
Cabin in Anchorage
Relax! You're at the Cabin
Feel relaxed and at ease in the simple comforts of this 1 bedroom 1 bath cabin. This space is beautifully remodeled with custom furnishings designed with our guests in mind. Enjoy your morning coffee and soak up the sun on your private deck or cuddle up on the couch with your favorite book. This cabin includes a full kitchen with a dishwasher and a washer/dryer! This cabin is conveniently located 1 mile from Anchorage International Airport and only 3.5 miles away from downtown!
$110 per night
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Stay near Anchorage's top sights

Photo of Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center186 locals recommend
Photo of Chugach State Park
Chugach State Park9 locals recommend
Photo of Kincaid Park
Kincaid Park197 locals recommend
Photo of Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall
Anchorage 5th Avenue Mall91 locals recommend
Photo of Alyeska Resort & Hotel Alyeska
Alyeska Resort & Hotel Alyeska133 locals recommend
Photo of Hotel Captain Cook
Hotel Captain Cook17 locals recommend

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Cozy Airport Studio
$50 per night
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Sunrise Room-Long Stays | 3 min Airport
$46 per night
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Private bedroom #1 with lots of amenities.
$36 per night
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Private apartment near hospital. Alaskan hosts!
$67 per night
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Cute Little Apartment #1
$61 per night
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Midtown Executive Suite #1
$69 per night
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Beautiful View Apartment in Midtown
$70 per night
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Polar Bear Beach // Updated Studio Apartment (6)
$64 per night
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Cozy, newly renovated 1-bedroom unit (1)
$64 per night
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Private room in Anchorage
Master Ste Inn- Monthly Stays | Near Airport
$48 per night
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Guest suite in Anchorage
Private southside Mother-in-law studio apartment.
$75 per night
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Your guide to Anchorage

All About Anchorage

Set at the base of the towering, snow-covered Chugach Mountains on the edge of Chugach State Park, Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska and provides easy access to the state’s magnificent wilderness. Anchorage offers visitors the best of both worlds, as you can easily spend half a day hiking through pristine forests on one of the nearby mountain trails and be back in time for dinner at one of the downtown restaurants, where you can enjoy local delicacies like king salmon or reindeer sausage.

Along the coast, the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail is a great way to see some of this epic landscape without traveling too far out of Anchorage, or you can head out on a kayak or paddleboard to check out Campbell Creek or the Little Susitna River.

Anchorage is home to fascinating museums like the Anchorage Museum and the Alaska Native Heritage Center, where you can learn more about the history of Alaska and the culture of the Indigenous peoples who have resided in the region for thousands of years. You’ll also find a number of microbreweries and bars, many of which offer live music. If you’re hoping to explore more of Alaska, Anchorage is an excellent jumping-off point for other destinations in the state, and it’s easy to catch a train to Denali, Fairbanks, or Seward.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Anchorage?

Alaska is a land of extremes. Winters can be brutally cold, with very short days; however, this is an ideal time to stay in a vacation rental and indulge in Anchorage’s outdoor activities, including snowmobiling, skiing, and snowshoeing. In early March, the city hosts the Alaska State Snow Sculpture Championship, when artists from around the world attempt to create artistic masterpieces from blocks of packed snow. Springs start to warm up a bit, making it easier to get out and explore Chugach National Park. By June, the days are long for exploring, with 22 hours of daylight at the summer solstice, and the weather is quite warm — you’ll need nothing but a light sweater for walking around outside.

The city also hosts events throughout the year. In June, you can attend a jazz festival, while September brings the Alaska State Fair, complete with live music, carnival rides, and a giant cabbage weigh-off. By October, the crowds start to thin out and the days get shorter, but this is a lovely time to get out in the parks and see the trees explode into a sea of colors.


What are the top things to do in Anchorage?

Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

This 11-mile coastline trail gives you a taste of spectacular Alaskan landscape without leaving the city. The route begins at the Oscar Anderson House Museum, built in 1915 and the oldest-surviving home in Anchorage, and passes through Earthquake Park, where you can find information on the 1964 earthquake that devastated the city. The trail also allows you to view the city skyline, the Chugach Mountains, and Denali. If you are lucky, you may spot moose on the trail or beluga whales off the coast.

Alaska Native Heritage Center

The Alaska Native Heritage Center sits on 26 acres just east of the city. You can walk around Lake Tiulana and learn about the history and heritage of the 11 indigenous cultures of Alaska. Visit authentic Native dwellings around the lake and take in the traditions of these peoples through dancing, games, storytelling, and artists’ demonstrations. There’s a gift shop featuring work from Native artists.

Alaska Railway

This historic railway line connects Fairbanks to Seward, stretching across 470 miles of the Alaskan wilderness. The train to Denali National Park and Preserve crosses a 1,000-foot steel arch bridge over Hurricane Gulch and the historic Susitna River, popular with sport fishers.