About Sheraton Anchorage Hotel

Combining a luxurious environment with premium facilities, the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel features tennis courts, a swimming pool and a sauna. It is situated less than a 10-minute stroll from Anchorage Museum and Fifth Avenue Mall.

The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel has 370 rooms and offers a fitness centre. Amenities at the hotel include a concierge, a lift and a 24 hour reception. Additional features include a spa & wellness centre, a business centre and a safe.

The air conditioned rooms at the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel offer cable / satellite channels, a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. They all come with a refrigerator and a hair dryer. Interconnecting rooms are also available.

The Sheraton Anchorage Hotel has an on-site restaurant, providing a convenient option for guests wishing to eat in. In the evening, guests are welcome to relax in the hotel's cosy lounge bar. Room service is also available at certain times.

Attractions close to the Sheraton Anchorage Hotel include the 4th Avenue Theater, Alaska Center for the Performing Arts and William A. Egan Civic and Convention Center. Under a 20-minute drive away, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) is within easy reach of the hotel.

  • WI_FI
  • swimming pool
  • television
  • coffee
  • air conditioning
  • fitness facility
  • fridge
  • wine bar
  • smoking allowed
  • entertainment
  • secure vault
  • pick and drop
  • room service
  • pets allowed
  • play place
  • complimentary breakfast
  • Free parking
  • conference room
  • fire place
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Doorman
  • Hot Tub
  • Elevator in Building
  • Suitable for Events

Guest Reviews


NOV, 12, 2013

Old Hotel Needing Refurbishment / Upgrade


This hotel is in dire need of an upgrade, and luckily that seemed to be what was occurring. There is some construction going on, and the pictures showing the proposed lobby look very attractive. I hope they are upgrading the rooms as well because they are in pretty bad shape.

Though the room appeared clean, it was worn and old. The mattress in the king bed divots on either side (where people lay) and was high in the middle. It also was springy so you sort of bounced around the bed. There is a sink that is oddly just inside the door, and a very outdated and worn bathroom. The grout on the tile was dark grey, but it appeared to have originally been light gray – so it is quite worn and/or dirty. There were only two bath towels and a few hand-towels. There were no drinking glasses in the room. The sink was faux-granite, and was clearly old. The edges of the mirror were discolored.

The A/C unit sits under the window and does not have a wall thermostat. The A/C is fairly loud. The carpet was worn but clean. There is a coffee maker on a small table with Starbuck’s Coffee. There is also free wired Internet.

My business companion asked for a wake-up call, which he never got. The alarm radio is cheap and old but it seems to work. There is a door-less closet where the ironing board and iron are, with a few hangars. The room is average sized.

At night there was a strange vacuum cleaner sound that kept me awake from about 1am to 4am (when I had to leave). Don’t know if it was coming from outside or within the hotel. I didn’t get a chance to try the breakfast nor the workout room. There is a small business center with a couple of desks, two PC’s (one with a printer) that have Internet Connections. But the room is sparsely decorated. It looked like a plain room that someone had thrown two cheap desks and old chairs into.

In summary, the hotel was generally clean but very dated and worn. They seem to be refurbishing the hotel so perhaps they will bring the rooms up to current day specs. The staff was cordial but not super friendly.

There are a number of other more upscale hotels nearby (Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton) that I would think are in a little better shape.


NOV, 12, 2013

Very Unhappy with service!!


The front desk seems to not really care if you are there or not.

The Continental breakfast is a joke. Nothing is set out.

You have to ask to be waited on.

I ordered a coffee to go (Did not have anything else and I was charged $2.12)

The next day was even worst.

I was told I could have anything off the menu with a five dollar discount applied.

I ordered coffee, orange juice and 3 strips of bacon.

I was told I would have pay full price for the bacon because I ordered the coffee and orange juice first.

The staff acted indifferent to all customers.

I will not stay here again.


NOV, 12, 2013

Comfortable Bed at a Good Price


The hotel is located close to Seattle with many nice restaurants nearby. We got a pretty big room with a king size bed on a Friday night for $90. We just arrived at Seattle after roughing it out for four nights on a lounge chair on the ferry from Alaska. Our backs were sore, our clothes needed washing. This place was a nice surprise for us, the bed was very comfortable. It has a self serve coin-op laundry room. Our room was located at the back facing the inside courtyard which was very quiet. No free breakfast though. The only problem was the smell of cigarette smoke filled the elevator and upper floor hallways, and we have to go through that to get to the Laundromat. However, our room and the ground floor did not smell at all.


NOV, 12, 2013

yuk -reeks of cigarette smoke


Was booked here for business with a large group and will never stay here again - rooms and hallways reeked of cigarette smoke , carpets stained, lots of freeway noise, hotel restraunt was horrible. Many in our group were able to check out early ando move to another hotel.


NOV, 12, 2013

Quiet hotel outside of Seattle


This was my first visit to Seattle. My boyfriend and I stayed here during Labor Day weekend. We decided to stay in Bellevue because hotels in Seattle were more expensive. We were able to take a bus from the airport to the hotel. The bus ride was about 30 minutes and only cost $2.50 one way. Much cheaper than taking a taxi!

The hotel:
The lobby was very inviting and the hotel staff were very helpful. Our room was nice and clean. It even had a small fridge for cold drinks. There is also free internet! We used it everyday and it was very convenient. I brought my own cord just in case, but our room had one. I didn't get a chance to swim in the pool since it was too cold.


The East Side Grill at the hotel has delicious food and drinks. We ate there for lunch and had drinks. There is a Denny's next door which has good breakfast specials. Across the busy street, there is a Whole Foods store for all your organic needs. We also ate at I Love Sushi; really good Japanese food and sake! In Seattle, there's an excellent Seafood and steak restaurant called The Brooklyn. I recommend the salmon! It's located on 2nd avenue, right across the street from the bus stop back to Bellevue.

Getting around:

The hotel is not very close to many things but that didn't stop us from exploring. We walked around a lot. It's about 10-15 minute walk to the main bus stop where you can catch a bus to downtown Seattle. I'm from NJ so it was nice to walk around. It took about 25 minutes to get from Bellevue to Seattle and cost $2.50 per way. We rode for free on Sunday! There is a downtown area in Bellevue with shops and lots of places to eat but we didn't get a chance to head down there. In case you don't like walking, they have a shuttle service with friendly drivers.

There's a lot to do in Seattle as well.

Overall, I enjoyed my stay at the Coast Bellevue Hotel. It's a simple, inexpensive, quiet hotel in the Seattle area. I had a wonderful weekend!


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