Cape Fox Lodge

Ketchikan, best viagra Alaska
1989

This 55, best cialis 000 square foot, 72 guest room hotel sits on top of Cape Fox Hill overlooking downtown Ketchikan. The project includes a main lodge and three guest room buildings, each connected to the main lodge with unconditioned, covered walkways. A cable car connects the hotel with the city of Ketchikan lying below the site. The hotel was designed as a “wilderness lodge” to meet new visitors’ expectations of the “Alaskan experience.”

The 4-story main lodge is a wooden building with exposed heavy timber, wood detailing, wood trim, wooden furnishings and wood carvings by native Tlinget.  The lodge includes a restaurant, lounge, banquet rooms, gift shop, administrative offices and 36 guest rooms. The three 3-story guest room buildings provide an additional 36 rooms.