Fairbanks, Alaska Hotel
Setting the standard for comfort and hospitality in Alaska’s Golden Heart City and overlooking the beautiful Chena River in downtown Fairbanks, the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center is the premier property among Fairbanks hotels. With 400 guest rooms, countless amenities and more than 17,000 square feet of meeting space perfect for business meetings, conventions or other large functions, the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center has something to offer every traveler.
Hotel guests can work out in our state-of-the-art fitness center and stay connected with complimentary wireless Internet. They can enjoy a delicious meal at one of the hotel’s in-house restaurants: the Northern Latitudes restaurant, where fine food is paired with northern lights-inspired art, or Red Lantern Steak & Spirits, where Grilled Angus Ribeye and Reindeer Meatloaf are served alongside fine wines and locally-crafted microbrews.
The Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center also makes the ideal venue for any business conference or large function. Whether you’re looking to host a gala in our 5,400-square-foot Gold Room Ballroom, or simply hold a meeting in the Harper Board Room, our conference center offers 13 rooms of various sizes. We offer premier catering services and a downtown location that can’t be beat.
Fairbanks, Alaska, 99701-4977
Fax: (907) 451-7478
Relax in our comfortable and spacious lobby, or if you need advice about what to do in Fairbanks, consult one of our friendly front desk agents.
Treat yourself to a specialty drink at the espresso bar located in Northern Wonders Gifts & Espresso.
Enjoy a selection of prime beef, tempting appetizers and delectable desserts in the Red Lantern Steak & Spirits.
The Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center was designed with the needs of the meeting planner in mind.
With the most meeting space of any hotel in Fairbanks, nothing has been spared to provide all of the professional amenities, services and space required to handle groups from 10 to 400 with ease.
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks near the Chena River and Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitor Center.
Named the Golden Heart City because of it’s discovery of gold at the turn of the century, Fairbanks is a thriving Alaskan community.
- 400 Rooms and Suites
- Red Lantern Steaks & Spirits
- Northern Wonders Gifts & Espresso
- Conference and Meeting Facilities
- Catering Services
- Complimentary Wireless Internet
- Guest Computer Access
- Fitness Center
- Coin-Operated Guest Laundry Facilities
- Complimentary Parking
- Tour Desk (Seasonal)
Featuring two restaurants, Northern Wonders Gifts & Espresso and premier catering services, the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center is the answer your taste-buds have been waiting for. Stop in today to grab a bite or beverage. For more information, click here.Dining Info
Meetings & Events
Featuring the largest event space of any hotel in the Golden Heart City, the Westmark Fairbanks features over 400 rooms and suites, 13 function rooms totaling over 17,000 square feet and on-site catering. Your next event is in great hands at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center. To learn more, click here.Meetings & Events Info
The largest city in Alaska’s Interior region and the second largest in the state, Fairbanks is a modern city surrounded by expansive wilderness. Its location at the heart of the state, the character of its residents and the discovery of gold have earned Fairbanks the nickname of the “Golden Heart City.” Located 188 miles south of the Arctic Circle, Fairbanks is known for chilly winters lit by the dancing lights of the aurora borealis and long summer days that offer up to 21 hours of sunlight.
The city is a two-hour drive from the 6 million acres of Denali National Park and Preserve, home to the majestic Mt. McKinley, North America’s tallest peak. Book a tour through the seasonal tour desk at the Westmark Fairbanks Hotel and venture into the park, where wildlife such as moose, wolves, caribou, Dall sheep and bears roam the tundra surrounding the breathtaking, snow-capped peak.
If you have traveled to Alaska searching for the brilliant northern lights, Fairbanks is the ultimate destination. Prime viewing season is September through March. The Geophysical Institute located at the University of Alaska Fairbanks provides a daily forecast for when the lights will be active.
Fairbanks is also home to one of the state’s finest museums, the University of Alaska Museum of the North. The museum is a popular visitor attraction and only research and teaching museum in Alaska. Browse through its 1.4 million artifacts and specimens and learn about the biological diversity and cultural traditions of the North. Exhibit highlights include the state’s largest public display of gold, a 36,000-year-old mummified steppe bison and a 2,000-year spectrum of Alaska art, from ancient ivory carvings to contemporary paintings and sculpture.
While you are in Fairbanks, choose to visit the Georgeson Botanical Garden, at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, take a hike on one of Fairbanks’ many trails or tour Eielson Air Force Base. No matter your preference, Fairbanks offers a range of exciting activities for any traveler.
The Westmark Fairbanks Hotel & Conference Center is located in the heart of downtown Fairbanks and is a two-hour drive from the spectacular wilderness of Denali National Park and Preserve.