Tutka Bay Lodge was recognized as a 2012 Fodor’s 100 Hotel Awards winner in the Trip of a Lifetime category. Representing a “complete escape,” Tutka Bay Lodge is located near Homer, at the southern end of Kachemak Bay. It was chosen from 4,000 nominations based on high style, excellent service and a one-of-a-kind stay for guests.
“Our Fodor’s editors and contributors are constantly evaluating hotels throughout the year, and the Fodor’s 100 represent our top hotels for travelers right now,” explained Arabella Bowen, Fodor’s Travel executive editorial director. “We look for properties with great amenities and stellar service that offer a unique experience to guests – every traveler will find a dream hotel on this list, no matter what their travel personality.”
An all-inclusive wilderness resort, Tutka Bay Lodge has just six cottages surrounding the main lodge, ensuring guests an intimate experience in a secluded setting. Daily activities include kayaking, hiking, fishing and beachcombing or tidepooling. Guests can also take advantage of complimentary yoga and massage, afternoon wine tastings or cooking classes at the adjacent Cooking School at Tutka Bay.
The lodge opened in 2009 and quickly made a name for itself as one of Alaska’s most upscale retreats in large part because of the ownership of the Dixon family, a long-time Alaska family, who also own Winterlake Lodge.
As a 2012 Fodor’s 100 Hotel Award-winning property, Tutka Bay Lodge will be featured on www.Fodors.com and in a free interactive eBook, available in the iBookstore.
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