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Chena Hot Springs Resort, Chena Hot Springs

(3.6/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Chena Hot Springs Resort is located in Chena Hot Springs. To visit Chena Hot Springs Resort and other attractions in Chena Hot Springs, use our Chena Hot Springs tour planner.
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  • You can spend days here and never run out of things to do. I had visited in the summer and loved it. This time I got to visit in the winter and it was even better. We did snow mobile, dog sled, ice mu...  more »
  • We spent two nights in a Fox Room and glad that we had the opportunity to experience Chena Hot Springs in the winter. It snowed most of the time we were there but there was a break one evening and the...  more »
  • My family and I went to Chena Hot Springs in October for an evening trip while we were in Fairbanks for the weekend. It was an incredibly long drive down a narrow 2-lane road, so it took about an hour...  more »
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  • All I have to say is wow! It is such a beautiful place located in a gorgeous location. I absolutely loved the natural hot springs, especially at night time. There is a really good restaurant at the resort too tag you should go check out. The ice museum is worth a visit too. Great for pictures!
  • Kind of a quirky place. Rooms are way overpriced for their size and quality. The springs themselves were beautiful and well-maintained. The restaurant lodge was also well-maintained and served delicious food and friendly servers. The ice museum tour guide could really up his game.
  • Definitely worth the trip for the hot springs alone! I would bring your own towel to avoid the $5 charge to use theirs. We spent the money to go into the ice museum and as it is interesting I think the price doesn't matchup with the experience (the additional charge for the cocktail was a letdown too). I would go back for the hot springs or if it was a weekend package that includes activities. Plenty of stuff to do there and unfortunately we didn't get to do the Aurora chasing, kennel tour, or snowmobiling. During the summer they have comparable activities too.
  • I always love coming here. The hot springs are amazing, the temps vary throughout the pool so you can get in a super hot spot or just warm. The only thing that drops a star is the locker rooms. I hear they are greatly improved but they are still pretty dates and dingy. The restaurant is a must for me every time I'm there, they have the best burgers!
  • Great food, especially the clam chowder. A bit of a trek to get here, but the food is worth it. The ice museum is impressive, especially when you drink from glasses made from ice!