Located scenic 60 miles outside of downtown Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs Resort is an excellent place to view the aurora during the winter months. The Resort's remote location also creates a perfect environment for viewing wildlife up close. Chena Hot Springs Resort, founded over 100 years ago, has become the most developed hot springs destination in Alaska. World famous for it's legendary healing mineral waters, beautiful Aurora Borealis displays in the winter, renewable energy projects and Ice Museum, Chena Hot Springs Resort is a great destination for any time of the year.
The Resort features 32 "Signature" rooms, each with a unique Alaskan Decor and close proximity to the hot springs. A comfortable option, smaller than the Moose Lodge, each room has two double beds, a 3/4 bath with shower, 8 channel TV, hair dryer and coffee maker and unlimited swim or soak pass during your stay.
The Moose Lodge features 40 spacious rooms with two queen beds that have comfortable 14 inch mattresses. Each rooms includes a full bath, 8 channel TV, hair dryer, coffee maker, telephone and unlimited swim or soak pass during your stay.
Relax next to the fireplace in the historic Chena Hot Springs Resort Restaurant as you enjoy a fine dining experience. Chena Hot Springs Resort is a greenhouse to table restaurant featuring "Chena Fresh" lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and herbs on the restaurant menu.
Resort guests staying overnight can enjoy the pool at no charge. Activities (all at additional charge) include different summer and winter activities are available such as visit of the Aurora Ice Museum, horeseback rides. In summer also: dog car rides, rafting, flightseeing, ATV Tours, mountain bike and canoe rentals, and fishing. In winter also: sled dog rides, dog mushing school, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, and aurora northern lights viewing. Guests can rent winter gear at the resort.