In Anchorage, the Best Things Always Return

Anchorage is known for its larger-than-life landscapes and cyclical natural splendor — from teeming summer salmon runs to the winter northern lights. Now the city’s vibrant hospitality sector is taking Alaska-sized steps to keep it all safe and open for business.

Convention centers are protected by VenueShield, an industry-leading set of safety and sanitation protocols. Local hotels follow enhanced cleaning programs, and meeting venues offer spacious new room layouts. New outdoor dining areas and pedestrian-only zones give guests more space to keep a social distance while enjoying the city. Proactive measures like pre-travel testing requirements and mandatory facemask use in indoor public spaces further help protect community health, bolstering visitor confidence.

These new practices and procedures help keep the city safe for guests looking to experience the timeless wonder that makes Alaska so unique: the snow-capped mountain peaks, the long summer days, and the beluga whales riding the tide up Turnagain Arm. In Anchorage, the best things always return — and when the time comes to gather again, Anchorage awaits.

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