A good choice for families—it has a pool and recreation facilities, plus all units have cooking facilities, many of which are full kitchens—the hotel is set in a quiet, parklike area of midtown. If you've ever stayed in a Residence Inn you'll recognize the decor and amenities, which are the most character-full, but very comfortable and well-designed to hide wear and tear. Here, the owners have tried to give their guests (a Native corporation) a bit more of a taste of Alaska with a Native Alaksan motif on the walls of the common areas. Speaking of the common areas, it's here when you'll get the daily breakfast the hotel serves. It also offers up a nightly dinner, but with your in-room kitchen, and a grocery store nearby, you'll likely do better simply cooking for your yourself.   The hotel's a bit tricky to find, so have driving directions hadny when you arrive in Anchorage.