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Hilton Anchorage

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This hotel in downtown Anchorage is a 10-minute drive from Ted Stevens International Airport. The hotel features mountain views, an on-site restaurant and a modern gym.

All rooms Hilton Anchorage feature a 27-inch cable TV and alarm clock with MP3 docking station. A coffee maker and designer bath amenities are also provided. Rooms offer views of the Chugach Mountain Range, Cook Inlet or city.

An indoor swimming pool and steam rooms are offered at the Anchorage Hilton.

Guests can explore the hotel's Alaskan art collection or use the 24-hour business center. Hooper Bay Cafe at the Hilton in Anchorage serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel also features Bruin's Bar. A Starbucks Coffee kiosk is also available.

The Anchorage Museum of History and Art is 4 blocks from the Hilton. The William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center is 5 minutes' walk away.

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