We rode the incline up and ate here during our vacation. My husband got the 2 piece fish and chips and I got the 4 piece one (shared with our son). The fish and chips were very good. The server surprised our son with a balloon with a face on it tied to a package of cookies. This was lunch and we wore jeans and fit right in. We had a very nice table with a view of our cruise ship below. After lunch, we went around behind the lodge and walked down the Married Man's Trail. That was very enjoyable also. The only thing I could see that would have been nice was there was a computer station next to the restroom. I'm sure it was for hotel guests. I jumped on it to try to send a quick "we're fine" email to home. But it had a log on for guests only. I suppose we could have asked for a log on.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located downtown Ketchikan, within the heart of the Tongass National Forest, Cape Fox is set amidst this country's last frontier and offers the warmth of a north woods mountain cabin, reminiscent of a ski lodge. We have spacious guest rooms and suites with spectacular views of the forest, Deer Mountain or the waterfront community of Ketchikan. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cape Fox Hotel Ketchikan