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Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Manley Hot Springs is a one hundred and sixty mile (160-mile) drive from Fairbanks on first the Steese and then the Elliott Highways. The drive is not a drive to be taken lightly. Heading Northwest out of Fairbanks you have 80-miles of a good, paved, two-lane, all-weather road that heavy industrial trucks use to service the oil fields in the...

1Thank kanbaatar
Prescott, Arizona
Reviewed 30 August 2016

Visit this 1903 historic road house, located about 150 miles northwest of Fairbanks. Near the Tanana River, with the famous hot springs nearby. The restaurant offers a limited menu, with home made pies available. See the historic "U" shaped bar behind the lobby.

Thank Michael D
Reviewed 28 August 2016

When we got there we learned that the room was 60% more expensive than what their homepage had said. It did not occur to the owner to apologize, or even welcome us to the roadhouse. Instead, rude and extremely unfriendly she told us that "we were not the first ones saying that; the homepage is old". She ignored us for...

3Thank Regine H
Hayward, Wisconsin
Reviewed 19 July 2016

There is nothing like coming to a place you have never been before, and being greeted like an old friend long missed. Lisa welcomed me and set me up with a simply lovely room, with a private bath. Jack clued me in on where to go and what to see. The Roadhouse is a do not miss kind of place.

3Thank Joan C
Fairbanks, Alaska
Reviewed 23 August 2015

Worth the drive, but itś not Las Vegas. The hot springs pools and Manley Road house, are the main attactions. This is a quiet little, ex-gold rush town with many nice people. You can camp or park an rv, across from the roadhouse, by the river, buy the bridge. At the roadhouse the meals are very tasty ($$). Rooms are...

3Thank stringtime
Kenai, Alaska
Reviewed 26 September 2014

We are Alaskans and were so disappointed with this experience. Room wise it was clean and okay but be aware that this is an old establishment and the rooms are over the bar so it doesn't get quiet until they close at midnight. One poor woman---a hard working soul, did everything. The food is not family style but quick items...

5Thank Patricia S
Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 18 August 2014

Manley is where all mosquitos in Alaska are bred is my guess! Not there fault, this is one of thewettest years on record, but it makes for unbearable travelling even with bug juice. This truly is an Old Roadhouse, look at maps from 100 years ago and Manly is there. The roadhouse needs a lot of TLC, not to change...

4Thank MiguelitoyCat
Travelling Canuck/Yank
Reviewed 7 August 2014

Stayed one night, in the only room we could get. It was tiny - even smaller than the tiniest room we had in Paris! Bed was a small double, not in great shape. Lots of noise that night from the workers who came here to party. Way overpriced at $100 per night. Bar and restaurant was decent (if you don't...

2Thank svbreila
Reviewed 29 June 2014

Spent 2 nights at this great roadhouse! If you love privacy in a remote place this place is for you!The staff is great good food and clean rooms and wonderful scenery. Jack is is a great cook/bartender and has been in the area for years. Diane is a great cook and her husband Frank is a Prince!!

2Thank Larry O
Reviewed 2 September 2013

I stayed at the Roadhouse in June, having taken the bus (twice weekly) from Fairbanks. It was a really interesting place to stay. There is a well stocked bar and a restaurant. I ate a couple of meals there and they were OK (fish was very good), although nothing special. The ground floor has lots of really fascinating things on...

2Thank NorthWestLondoner

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Address: 1 Main Street, Manley Hot Springs, AK 99756
Region: United States > Alaska > Manley Hot Springs
Price Range: ₹ 5,393 - ₹ 9,216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 13
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“The noise of the bar downstairs can be a nuisance.”
 of 5 bubbles kanbaatar, 14 Sep 2016 | Read review
“The rooms are upstairs. Nothing fancy in this old 1903 historic roadhouse.”
 of 5 bubbles U5698MYmichaeld, 30 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Call first to make sure the Elliott highway is open.”
 of 5 bubbles 552joanc, 19 Jul 2016 | Read review
“We had one with a bathroom attached.”
 of 5 bubbles PatriciaS709, 25 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Try to get an ensuite room, the communal bathrooms are a pigstye.”
 of 5 bubbles MiguelitoyCat, 18 Aug 2014 | Read review
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