Alyeska Resort is Alaska’s largest ski resort, located just outside Anchorage where the epic slopes of the Chugach Mountain Range meet the luxury amenities of Hotel Alyeska. Surrounded by mountain peaks, hanging glaciers, and ocean views, Alyeska is a celebration of the natural beauty and adventurous spirit of Alaska’s Last Frontier.
From the outside, Alyeska Resort resembles a grand chateau one might find nestled quietly in the French Alps. Once inside, a uniquely Alaskan and Native American theme takes hold to create a warm, organic beauty reflective of Alaska’s great outdoors. These local elements, such as Avugiak Inuit sculptures and turn-of-the-century Edward Curtis photography, spread throughout the eight-story hotel ensure a distinctly Alaskan stay. Featuring elevated comforts and expansive mountain views, each room is defined by the type of luxury found in Serta® Presidential Pillow-Top Mattresses, Starbucks in-room coffee, heated towel racks, and daily milk and cookies service. For an extra indulgent experience, the premier Townhouse Suites and Royal Suite provide more than 1,000 square feet of open floor plan living and dining space as well as floor-to-ceiling windows on the topmost levels of the hotel.
From award-winning mountaintop dining to a la carte casual cafes, Alyeska Resort flaunts an undeniable restaurant reputation. Families will love the fun atmosphere of Aurora Bar & Grill and the lavish buffet breakfasts at The Pond, while the on-the-go explorers can appreciate pizza by the slice at Tramway and self-serve hearty chili at Bore Tide Deli. For those looking for a modern taste of the region’s finest, Sakura Asian Bistro plates up creative fusions of Alaskan seafood along a contemporary boat table, and Seven Glaciers Restaurant boasts a delicious Baked Alyeska, Hanging Glacier Tea, and a wine list lauded by Wine Spectator, all served within view of seven glaciers atop the mountain’s panoramic peak.
A favorite among Alaskans, Mount Alyeska boasts some of the most challenging slopes in North America, with advanced and expert runs perfect for Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and dog sledding. Guest of all ages can hop on the scenic Alyeska Aerial Tram ride at the hotel to reach the top of the mountain—an excursion that promises miles of glacial and wildlife views in all directions and convenient slope-side access. Nearby, guided glacier treks, leisurely and vigorous hiking trails, Chugach flightseeing adventures, and Prince William Sound private glacier cruises await the adventurous, while the rejuvenating natural spa remedies, such as the Alaska Glacial Facial, and saltwater whirlpools of Alyeska Resort welcome them upon return.Request Information