The well-being of our guests and staff has always been our top concern. This season we are taking extra measures to ensure you can travel with confidence.

Read our full Covid safety promise

  • Crowd-Free Comfort Crowd-Free Comfort
  • Enhanced cleaning program Enhanced cleaning program
  • Peace of mind Peace of mind
  • Rigorous staff training Rigorous staff training

Frequently Asked Questions

All our lodging, attractions and sightseeing experiences will be open for the 2022 summer season with enhanced cleaning and social distancing protocols. Learn more about our Safety Promise.

Denali Cabins is located at Mile Post 229 on George Parks Highway. In rural rural areas of Alaska, such as Denali National Park, this is what Alaskans use as an address. 

Yes. Please note that depending on your carrier, coverage may vary.

Free Wi-Fi is available on site at the Lounge & Learn area near the front office.

Yes. The Denali Cabins offer a complimentary shuttle between the Denali Train Depot and Denali Cabins daily from 7 AM to 10 PM.

We provide a complimentary shuttle from Denali Cabins from 7 AM to 10 PM every hour to the Denali Visitor Center, the Denali Rail Depot, and Denali Park.

Yes. There are wheelchair accessible cabins and rooms at Denali Cabins. Please contact our travel experts to ask about accessible options.

Yes, Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.

Yes. Each individual cabin comes equipped with a bathroom and shower.
Prey Bar and Eatery is the onsite restaurant at Denali Cabins. Its full-service bar features Alaskan-brewed beer, wine and spirits.

The Denali Cabins feature two outdoor hot tubs that are open daily from 4 PM to 10 PM.

Though we cannot guarantee it, when active, the Aurora Borealis is visible from the Denali Cabins.

The best chances for viewing this natural phenomenon are in late August and early September when the evening skies begin to darken.

Yes. The Alaska Collection owns and operates the Denali Cabins and the Denali Backcountry Lodge in Kantishna.

Denali is not visible from the Park Entrance or the Denali Canyon area.

For the most opportunities to see the mountain, we recommend a trip into the park aboard the Denali Backcountry Adventure.

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