The bed and breakfasts listed on this page provide lodging conveniently located near the Anchorage Airport. Whether you are visiting the area on business or on vacation, these B&Bs are an inviting alternative to typical hotel accommodations.
While we have divided Anchorage into different sections, it is important to note that everything is close within Anchorage. Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city and has all the amenities of living in a city, yet it is a city where it is easy to get from one
place to another within 20 minutes by car.
The Ted Stevens International Airport is located within the Airport Section of Anchorage. Within the International Airport complex is the Bill Sheffield Railroad Terminal for cruise line passengers. The airport has several new works of art. In the tunnel from the airport to the railroad terminal is a work depicting the Aurora Borealis. It
Next to the International Airport is Lake Hood Airport, one of the largest seaplane bases in the world. Float plane flightseeing tours begin here. In this same general area is the Anchorage Aviation Heritage Museum.
The Tony Knowles Coastal Trail continues along Cook Inlet, passes by Earthquake Park, and ends at Kincaid Park. Kincaid Park has many trails for walking or bicycling in the summer or X-country skiing in the winter. Many of the trails are lighted. The Anchorage Ski for Women, a fundraiser for a local women’s shelter, is an annual cross-country skiing event on Super Bowl Sunday using Kincaid Park’s ski trails.
Kincaid Park’s trails also are used for many cross-country ski competitive events. Junior Nordic Ski Races and high school ski meets as well as some Alaska Pacific University and University of Alaska Anchorage races are held here. Kincaid Park is the end of Anchorage’s annual Tour of Anchorage cross-country ski race. It is also where the Mayor’s Midnight Sun Marathon Finish Line is. The Midnight Sun Marathon is an annual event in June.