Princess Cruises Wilderness Lodge Named One of the Top 12 Resorts in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest

Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge, a Princess Cruises Land & Sea Vacation destination, has been named one of the top-12 resorts in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest for 2015 by Condé Nast Traveler.

This recognition is part of the publication’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards, which garnered responses from more than 128,000 travelers worldwide.
Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge is located in Cooper Landing near the banks of the Kenai River, one of the world’s most famous fishing, rafting, wildlife viewing and hiking destinations. A two-hour drive south of Anchorage, the Alaska wilderness retreat offers amenities such as bungalow-style guestrooms, a main lodge, world-class dining, magnificent views of the Kenai River and a tour desk to help guests arrange a variety of exciting excursions.
“We’re deeply honored to receive this recognition from Condé Nast Traveler readers,” said Dan Michels, General Manager at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge. “It is with great pride that we share the beauty of the Last Frontier with visitors and are proud to be included on a list of truly top-tier resorts.”
As the leader in Alaska, Princess takes more guests to the Great Land than any other cruise line each year. Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge, one of five Princess Cruises owned and operated wilderness lodges, can be experienced on a variety of Land & Sea Vacations offered by Princess in 2016. The award-winning property is featured on both Off the Beaten Path and Connoisseur itineraries, taking guests to the remote, picturesque region of the Kenai Peninsula.

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