With majestic views of the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet, the recently renovated Westmark Anchorage Hotel offers guests top-rated customer service and convenient, comfortable accommodations. Perfectly located in the heart of downtown Anchorage, the Westmark Anchorage hotel has 200 guestrooms and is right across the street from the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.
Common Areas at Westmark Anchorage
The Westmark’s 2017 renovation made modern yet comfortable upgrades to its lounge/lobby. The new leather furnishings, added seating and brand-new fireplace create a cozy and warm entrance as well as a desired hangout space. The Westmark also provides an espresso bar open from morning through midday. A business center, meeting rooms, room service, a seasonal tour desk and a fitness room are also available.
Dining at Westmark Anchorage
The hotel offers convenient dining in the Solstice Restaurant and Bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with fresh Alaskan seafood, steak, sandwiches and salads. Experience true Alaska fare with seasonal favorites like Halibut or Copper River Salmon, beer steamed clams or a caribou burger. Wine, micro-brewed beer and cocktails are served from the Solstice Bar.
Nearby Attractions to Westmark Anchorage
Nestled between the sea and the mountains, Anchorage is full of museums, theaters, symphonies, shopping, and fine dining, offering travelers a cultural and metropolitan experience at the edge of spectacular wilderness.
Nearby Ship Creek teems with salmon during summer months and anglers crowd its banks. More than 120 miles of trails wind through the city, where visitors and locals can often be found walking, biking or training for a local ski race in the winter. Minutes from downtown Anchorage at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is Lake Hood, the world’s busiest floatplane base with an average of 190 flights per day.
To the east of Anchorage are the Chugach Mountains, where popular hiking, skiing, and mountain biking trails offer breathtaking views of the city and surrounding wilderness. Alaska’s premier ski destination, Alyeska Resort, is a 45-minute drive south of town while five hours north is Denali National Park and Preserve and the majestic Mount McKinley — the highest mountain peak in North America.
Accommodations at Westmark Anchorage
Each spacious sleeping room has a private balcony, blackout drapes and complimentary wireless internet. The newly- renovated rooms received new beds, headboards, bedding, USB charging stations, flat-screen televisions and in some rooms, even new carpet. The upper-floor corridors were given a dramatic rejuvenation, including new flooring, ceilings, lighting, wall coverings and artwork featuring natural elements of Anchorage.
The Westmark offers a variety of room options including: a standard room with a king bed or two queen beds; suites with a king bed and separate sitting area, refrigerator and bar; and ADA rooms with a king bed or two queen beds, sitting area and is accessible with oversized bathrooms and equipped with handrails around the toilet and tub area.