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ANC 61.174462, -149.996203

Anchorage

Airport Name: Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
ICAO: PANC
IATA: ANC

Airport Location
City: Anchorage
State: AK
Country: United States
Timezone: UTC -9 (UTC -8 during Daylight Saving Time)


Anchorage Hilton

500 W. Third Anchorage, AK 99501 (907) 272-7411

The hotel will ask for credit cards beginning 1/1/2008. This is completely optional. If the pilot does not want to use a credit card for incidentals, then this option can be declined. However, then the pilot will be on a cash basis for their stay.
Discount: 20% F&B
Complimentary: • Health facility • Newspaper (available in lobby only) • Local calls and LDA 50% surcharge on long distance charges $50 check cashing
NOTE: All pilots are encouraged to not use the hotel as a primary mailing address. The hotel is receiving too much pilot mail. The process of sorting and trying to maintain accountability is time consuming. Ground Transportation Airline Support Inc (907) 272-2211 Alert call
Note: G/T to Dom/Intl terminal; call 272-2211; expect 20 min wait.

Double Muskie Inn

The original Double Musky was built in l962 and functioned as an after ski bar for many years. Customers cooked their own steaks over a fire in the front dining room (the only dining room at the time) and ate their food on picnic tables. On occasion, a polka band would play, tables would be moved and dancing would begin. The Musky was not very successful initially and passed through many hands. Bob and Deanna Persons bought the Double Musky in May of 1979 and the great adventure began. Following several years of struggling without employees, Deanna and Bob managed to find the key to making the Musky work. Numerous additions followed thereafter and the restaurant went on to be described by Esquire Magazine as the “last great American roadhouse.” It has also been reviewed favorably on two occasions by Bon Appetit and yearly by Fodors Travel Guide. Additional favorable reviews have been made by Honolulu Magazine, the Chicago Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, New Orleans Times Picyune, New York Times and Anchorage Daily News plus a variety of other newspapers and magazines published around the U.S. We were even featured on CNN World-Wide in 1986. Most recently, we were featured nationwide on Food Network’s “Best Of” series with Jill Cordes in November and December of 2000. Also the Food Networks “Best Of” program not only had a page for us in their book, they named us one of their ten favorite restaurants in America. We were just selected as Alaskans’ favorite restaurant by two to one over the nearest vote getter in the Anchorage Daily News.

Glacier Brewhouse

737 W. 5th Ave. Webpage
“The Brewhouse” is a great place to have dinner and/or drinks. Excellent food, great waitstaff and good ambiance. It does get busy at dinner, so plan ahead with reservations.

Snow City Cafe

1034 W 4th Ave  Anchorage, AK 99501   (907) 272-2489   Webpage

“Great breakfast stop.  Bring an empty stomach.  Portions are generous.  I recommend the Polar Bear Breakfast.”

“Fantastic cafe very close to our hotels. Best to sit at their bar that is first come, first serve. The Kodiak Benedict is not to be missed.”