Sheraton Anchorage Hotel

401 East 6th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States
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Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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.....room with a view?

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 21, 2007

We stayed at this hotel in May of 2004. We paid about $47 total through Priceline and we were quite happy with the price. While the hotel is in the downtown area, it is a bit off towards the end of it, however, there are lots of restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk, the mall is about a five minute walk and Thrifty car rental is just around the corner. They also have a free shuttle service around town which we utilized to get to the Alaska Railroad Station which is probably about a 20 minute walk.
Room was very good, recently refurbished. Hotel overall is a little bit worn looking. Our room overlooked a cemetery which, if you've ever been to Anchorage, is a whole lot less depressing than many of the city 'views'. The bed was excellent, very comfortable(Sheraton's always are it seems), room about average in size, not very exciting but comfortable and clean, free outdoor parking (yes, can you belive it? Free, at a Sheraton!). No swimming pool, but does have an indoor jacuzzi/exercise room and also a sauna. The staff was pleasant and helpful.
For the price, we felt it was a great deal, but as I mentioned, we got it through priceline.

We would definitely stay here again at this price.

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Nice Hotel - Poor Location

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 20, 2006

If this hotel were only 5 blocks further west, it would be one of the most popular hotels in Anchorage. But the neighborhood it is in is somewhat run down, right next to the graveyard, the sleazier bars and the head shops. It's a long walk through the seedy part of town to get anywhere downtown.

I've stayed here several times for various meetings and think the rooms themselves are the nicest in Anchorage. Large, nicely decorated, bright, and well equiped. They were recently (2007) remodeled and even better with 42" flat screen TV, coffee makers abd very comfortable beds.

Josephine's Restaurant on the top floor is a great place for Sunday brunch but now closed the rest of the week. The bar on the ground floor has some great overstuffed chairs and very comfortable atmosphere. The bar has sushi on some nights. The coffee shop has decent food. On my most recent stay (1/09) hours of operation were very limited and only open until 11 AM.

I would stay there again just for the nice rooms. Just wanted to give you an honest view. Plus, downtown is creeping east and gentrification is almost getting to there.

Unique Quality: The Sunday Brunch at Josephine's rivals (if not surpasses) the Captain Cook's. The atrium on the main floor goes up two stories and is perhaps the brightest lobby in Anchorage.

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Sheraton Anchorage Hotel

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 14, 2004

Again, overpriced for what it is, and this hotel is not even in a nice part of downtown. The area is ok, but other hotels- the Hilton, Marriott, Captain Cook, are more centrally located. It has the typical Sheraton amenities, so at least you know what to expect here. But unless its part of a package deal, or you have a free night as part of a hotel plan, you can find a better deal elsewhere.

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Tons of Hotels

by written on November 12, 2003

We didn't stay at the Sheraton....There are ton's of Hotels and Motels to choose from...If you know the exact dates that you will be staying in Anchorage it is best to look at one of the online discounters such as Travelocity.com . They have such big discounts compared to the Rack Rate!!! The Aspen Hotel is currently one of the best deals going and the good deal can be found on Travelocity.com...$55 per night is a great price for a hotel of that caliber. Because some of the very Cheap rundown Motels charge that much!!! On my most recent trip off Kodiak Island we didn't stay overnight in Anchorage...we stayed one night in Healey and one night in Palmer.

Directions: It's easy to find as it's right on 6th Avenue!

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Address: 401 East 6th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska, 99501, United States

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