The Cape Fox Lodge, located in within the heart of the Tongass National Forest, is one of the finest Hotels in Southeast Alaska. Situated on a hill ... More
Cape Fox Lodge
The Cape Fox Lodge, located in within the heart of the Tongass National Forest, is one of the finest Hotels in Southeast Alaska. Situated on a hill overlooking the city, the hotel's interior style is reminiscent of a ski lodge, with a river rock fireplace, pine-beamed ceilings and overstuffed furniture. Amenities include high-speed wireless internet access, work desk and chair, data port, alarm clock/radio, coffee maker, iron, ironing board, hairdryer, hotel service channel, cable TV and pay-per-view movies.
One of my favorite spots in ketchikan. Great food and when the chef improvises and makes a special dish in the kitchen, watch out! It is spectacular! I highly recommend the salads here and guests visiting have LOVED the seafood fettucine. There is a great selection of various foods for all palates.
The ambience is quiet and peaceful and the view is pretty from the dining area. What I do not like is the smoke from the bar/lounge area. There have been times I have walked out of there smelling like an ash tray because the guy next to me lit up one after another.
Overall, I recommend it. It is a little more pricey than some other restaurants in town, but the food is delicious and the comfort level is great---especially when they have the fire lit. :)
This hotel is incredible. Staff is very helpful and friendly. A true Alaskan feeling and ambiance. This hotel has an over view of Ketchikan that is breath taking! The dining room has a wonderful menu and service is great. The sky car elevator will take you quickly to the shops and lower level streets of Ketchikan. This is a definite hotel for all travelers.
We cruise to Ketchikan each year and visit Cape Fox for their Bread Pudding. I have found no other anywhere to rival it. I tell all my friends to ask for Bread Pudding there and can't wait to come again myself. It is the best I've EVER had. This year our ship didn't stop in Ketchikan and I was so sorry. I'll see the Cape Fox folks in May of 2007. Don't ever take this item off your menu !!!!! Many thanks.