Accommodations

Ma Johnson's Historic Hotel - A Living Museum

Ma Johnson's Historic Hotel - A Fully Restored Living Museum

MA JOHNSON’S HISTORIC HOTEL

Guests at the McCarthy Lodge are housed in the restored, historic Ma Johnson building.

Night time is when everyone wants to be in McCarthy.   A wonderful social community with local nightlife, restaurants,  a couple shops, and a heart felt community atmosphere. Come meet the good natured and fun loving handful of people who call McCarthy Home!

The Ma Johnson’s Hotel is our flagship hotel.   For those on a budget, our Lancaster’s Hotel offers less expensive accommodations in a hostel style building with simple, private rooms.

Our small hotel has 20 rooms, and does sell out (but always worth checking availability even at the last minute.)  There are cabins, campgrounds and other accommodations in the park, but all are located at least 1 or more miles from McCarthy.  If you are camping, staying in cabins, or up in Kennecott, since all the nightlife is in McCarthy, rest assured there is transportation back to your accommodations even if we are sold out or you prefer to camp.

MA JOHNSON’S HOTEL RATES FOR 2011

Room Type # Persons Rate
Single room (1 twin bed) 1 $129.00
Double room (1 double size bed or 2 twin beds) 2 $169.00
Triple room (1 double size bed) + 1 roll-a-way * 3 $179.00
Triple room (1 double size bed + 1 Twin bed) 3 $249.00
Quad room (1 double & 1 twin & 1 roll-a-way)* 4 $259.00

*Rollaways are available in some rooms.

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The Hotel Lobby, McCarthy Alaska

Ma Johnson's Lobby

AMENITIES INCLUDED WITH YOUR ROOM

  • Pick up and drop off at the footbridge or at the McCarthy airport.
  • Custom bathrobes and spa slippers for use at the hotel (these may also be purchased at a reduced price when you leave)
  • Handmade soaps & lotions
  • luxurious high thread count linens

For questions, or to make a reservation, call us* at (907) 554-4402, or

CLICK HERE TO RESERVE A ROOM ONLINE >>

*Please note that our telephone system is not perfect, it may take a few attempts to get through!

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