Anchorage Qupqugiaq Inn
640 West 36th Avenue
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Qupqugiaq Inn is Anchorage's remarkable first-class inn & hostel, a beautiful space for conscious independent travelers. Filled with curving walls, organic materials, and international themes, Qupqugiaq is a great value and a cool place to stay in midtown Anchorage.
Guests have access to a full kitchen, a free cyber bar and wireless Internet, and a spacious common area. In addition, the hostel is adjacent to a café with authentic Mexican food, and a hotel/inn with more options for private rooms.
Qupqugiaq mixes modern amenities with rustic Alaskan charm. We use natural cleaning products, recycle, and provide resources for meaningful travel in Alaska. We are also creating a Conscious Alaskan business network.
Qupqugiaq Inn is located in midtown Anchorage, close to the main public library, movie theaters, restaurants and shops. We have barbeque nights and do-it-yourself breakfasts.
We offer complimentary coffee, tea and unlimited internet . We have a common kitchen for all guests to use while they are visiting the great north west and each room is uniquely description with themes from a third world country.
Qupqugiaq Inn is in the center of midtown, Anchorage. We are just a few minutes from the airport. Take International Airport Road, and then a left on Arctic Blvd, and a right on 36th Avenue. We are also located on the bus route, and a bus to downtown (the tourist area) costs $1.75 to $2.00
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