The fact that it was said to be haunted made me uneasy the first night, but nothing happened, and the accommodations were great!
The Historic Anchorage Hotel General Manager, Terri Russi, greeted us with a smile! We were told to pull into the Loading Zone, where Terri and a fellow employee unloaded our baggage, gave us a parking permit for a city lot close by to park, then escorted us to our suite. They had upgraded us from a regular room to a suite in honor of our 35th wedding anniversary! They also had a bottle of chilled cider waiting for us. It was a touch of excellence and an unexpected kindness!
It was very nice of them to honor us in such a kind way. The room was clean, well-stocked with towels and soaps. It was nice to have a sitting room, which included a television, small refrigerator, coffee maker and supplies, plus real ceramic coffee cups and water glasses.
We only made it down for breakfast twice; when we did they had do-it-yourself Belgium waffles, which were good, along with several toppings of fruit and syrup’s. In addition they had hard boiled eggs, yogurt, cereal, juice, coffee, tea. Plenty to choose from!
While visiting the area, they provided us with insightful tips on what to see and places to eat, that served us well.