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The river view is beautiful. The grounds are very nice -we enjoyed sitting outside to just watch birds and the river. The staff were friendly and answered loads of questions. The hotel itself is dated and an older property. However, it met our needs and...More
We stayed in Room 201. It is a very good sized room for a family. The location is as advertised, right on the Kenai River. What is not said is it is right in the main highway through town. Room 201 is the closest room...More
The view of the river is amazing. Staff was friendly and accommodating. The hotel is a bit dated but centrally located, comfortable and clean. When we go back to Seldotna to fish Sockeye we will probably stay here again.
We stayed 2 nights and the view of the River was amazing. The hotel rooms are clean. It does need updating, they do not have a restaurant. Each room has coffee pot, small refrigerator and small microwave. There are many restaurants around you can eat...More
US$ 94 - US$ 178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No clue. I'm not a fisherman. It seems that half of the population of the Kenai Peninsula makes its living running fishing expeditions/charters. I saw lots of FedEx and UPS trucks at fish processing plants. Honestly, if... More
No clue. I'm not a fisherman. It seems that half of the population of the Kenai Peninsula makes its living running fishing expeditions/charters. I saw lots of FedEx and UPS trucks at fish processing plants. Honestly, if all you want is fresh salmon, save yourself a trip and go to Trader Joe's.
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"WE Had Room 222. Upstairs. Great view of the river"