My place is close to art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, and family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the coziness, the high ceilings, the views, and the location. This is a 3 bedrooms 2 1/2 bathrooms single family home. I am only using one of each. The house has vaulted ceilings, fireplace, huge windows, balcony and updated bathrooms, large kitchen and dining area, generously sized bedrooms, losts of space for every one.
Great location with easy access to the airport (10 minutes driving), close to University of Alaska Anchorage (10 minutes driving), downtown Anchorage (10 minutes driving) and public transportation within waking distance.
In addition to their bedroom and bathroom, guest will have access to the common areas (kitchen, living room and dining room).
The bedroom has a private balcony with view of beautiful landscape.
Interaction with guests
I will gladly share my knowledge of the area and abundant activities Alaska has to offer. I also try to give my guest space to enjoy themselves and very much respect their privacy.
This is my home and I expect my guest to conduct them self with decorum and in a respectable manner. I do not welcome any illegal activities. I am not an smoker, so please, do not use tobacco products of any kind inside. No excessive drinking or use of illegal drugs will be tolerated. I can accommodate up to 2 occupants. Only the occupants listed in the agreement may enter the facilities, no invited guests. As it is customary in most home in Alaska, please take off your chose when you enter the door.
- Please remove your shoes at the door
- Quite hours 9pm to 8am
I recently finished my contract with the Army. Now I am working with the Air National Guard. I run and hike regularly. Sometimes I do some exploring trips. For example, Sea Kayaking in Homer or Hiking Crow Pass with one-day camping. I am considering Hatchers Pass next, Salmon fishing in Kasilof river, ATV riding with Alaska Adventures, White Water rafting at Sixmile Creek with Nova, Whale watching as well as camping and hiking in Resurrection Bay. I visited Adak Island on a Caribou hunting trip. When I visited Fairbanks I went to the Hot springs and the Ice Museum. I participated in the Fur Rundy with a team of fellows from my church, and I went to check out the Deer Run, but I didn't participate this year. I am a big movie's fan.
This is my first time hosting with AirBnB. I own a house in Dallas, Texas and I used to host there, but no via AirBnB. I have traveled a little bit in the U.S. and in New Zealand, Asustralia, Venezue, Colombia, Mexico and the D.R. and I think I have learned a few things to make folks feel comfortable.
A good place to start looking for information to plan your Alaska trip is Alaska org.
I hope you are able to make all your arrangements to your satisfaction and that you find everything you need at reasonable prices.