Whether you’re here for business or culture, the Hotel Captain Cook provides a prime downtown Anchorage launching pad. Depending on your interests, the hotel staff can help arrange a variety of excursions, while museums, shopping and natural encounters are just steps away from the hotel’s doors. Or, you might stay put, taking advantage of the hotel’s own shopping and Athletic Club—or just drinking in the gorgeous views.
Our 547 hotel rooms, including 96 suites, assure you a choice of deluxe Downtown Anchorage, Alaska lodging accommodations and majestic views: the Cook Inlet, Chugach Mountains, Anchorage cityscape or Mt McKinley. As the only luxury Anchorage, Alaska hotel, we cater to your needs with the service and meticulous attention to detail for which the Hotel is justly famous.
Function meets bliss in this separate men’s and women’s club, where you can both recharge and relax. Take a group cycle or cardio class, enjoy a massage or simply soak in the hot tub.
Enjoying a meal at the Hotel Captain Cook can be whatever experience you desire: There are four on-site restaurants as well as 24-hour in-room service.
Some of the finest services and shopping in Anchorage can be found at the lobby level. Our shops include men’s and women’s clothing and outdoor apparel stores, fine jewelry, gift shops, art galleries sundries, a barbershop and beauty salon. Additional shops and a Hertz rental office are located in the adjoining parking garage.
Aside from the complimentary wi-fi and 24-hour business center with leather executive chairs, Captain Cook’s business guests have access to 14 different meeting spaces—several with their own commanding views of the Inlet or mountains.
Take a virtual walk through the Captain Cook’s art collection and marvel at the adventures of the Hotel’s namesake. Stained glass, paint woodwork, sculpture, and even Hotel architecture help to tell his story.
Barber Shop & Beauty Salon
Opened not longer after the hotel itself opened its doors in 1965, our gentlemen’s barber shop and ladies’ salon have long been a downtown tradition for both our hotel guests and for countless locals.