Clean, orderly, and the staff was very friendly. They had great food down in the cafe, and serve pizzas, too! The variety was excellent, and they had great artwork that really set the mood.
I was surprised at how busy they were--even locals frequented this place! Still, it was quiet at night, despite the bar down below. I left a hefty tip, because the service I received was well worth it.
The room was small just how I like it.
The food is great,but very expensive.
There seems to be one maid,not good.
Winter time the rooms are freezing. NOt good for buiness. I hated how cold it was. BRRR...
Bedding is very cozy
Found no bugs or mouse,which is great!
The Bathroom was of my likeing,very clean.
I am going to stay there on my birthday
(The clerk at the desk is a extremely RUDE.)
As far as our family is concerned The Valley Hotel will always be our second home away from home and a sanctuary to those in need a warm, clean safe place to lay their heads and fill their bellies at night. During what easily had to be the worst case scenario for our family, we had to vacate our home in an emergent situation. Thanks to a number of circumstances, things came together and the staff at the hotel pulled together and made us very comfortable and eased our stress. I don't know who makes the cinimon buns, but Got bless them., they got me through a couple of rough nights............!!
This is a 3 floor hotel in the middle of Palmer Alaska...... the rooms are small but comfortable.In the summer they can be quite stuffy with NO air conditioning! The beds range from Confortable to extremely hard! the food is good(but can vary from who is cooking) but a little on the expensive side, it is a Great Place to visit and make friends,Most of the Staff is very friendly! :)
I use to live in Palmer and in doing so I worked in the restraunt as a prep cook and then on grave yard as a cook. While working there I also lived there. It was very affordable and always had very pleasent people coming through that I enjoyed conversations with. Everyone I worked with
was very nice and make the comfort of all the guests their first priority.
It has been some time since then. That was back in 1984. But I do make a trip to the Palmer and Wasilla area every year and I always go into the hotel restraunt just to visit and bring back the great memories of my life in Palmer and my freinds at the hotel.
Although many years have passed and people have come and gone, the hotel is still a very pleasent and warm place to stay during your visit to Alaska. So I recommened that no matter where you plan to travel you should stop on in for a bite and a visit.
Who knows you may meet someone who can give you a load of history on the area. Which I always found very intersting to listen to.
The hotel is located in a great area that is close to other buisness that are in walking distance and close to a park which is one of my old favorites to visit.
I liked the bed. I didn't like how small it was, but I didn't mind at all. It was during the hottest time of the summer, so it was stuffy. I am sure it is great in cooler times of the year. It is good if you want to just get away to someplace real affordable.
A great little hotel full of local flavor sporting a snarling stuffed wolf in the lobby and a 24/7 family restaurant. The menu isn't cheap but the food is good, especially the fried halibut and seafood salad sandwiches. A great selection of pies from curl-your-toes Fudge Truffle to Coconut Cream and a dozen varieties offered. I didn't visit the attached bar but its open 8AM to 5AM almost round the clock. Just completing extensive upgrading as of mid-Nov 2004, the rooms are comfortable and clean. Don't be shy about asking for extra blankets or a powerful little electric space heater if your room is too cool. They weren't kidding about non-smoking rooms. The one next to ours was gutted and repainted after guests lit up inside. No pets allowed.
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