Skier Oriented Setting. A feeling of being at home at the Tsaina Lodge is important. Many guests come for over two weeks, so the lodge is designed to feel like a home setting. The Tsaina offers a cigar room with a fireplace, a gym, a ski locker room, a large guest hot tub, a massage room, an outdoor fire pit, and a dining room lounge fireplace setting. There is WiFi throughout the property, allowing you to enjoy a relaxed atmosphere, but still keep in touch through your long stay. Revel in the comfort of our luxury accommodations and be rejuvenated for your next day’s adventures.
Suite Rooms. Along with some other great lodge upgrades, a few of the previous double rooms, have changed into single room suites with a Smart TV and couch. These rooms are the designated room for the member.
Guest Rooms. These are the designated single queen bed rooms and double queen bed rooms for the members guest.
Hot Tub. There’s no escaping the day of ski boots or aching legs, from skiing Diamond to the Tusk to Meteorite. The day’s activities are bound to appear once the helicopter lands back at the lodge. One of the oldest and most known ways to man, to relieve aches and pains, is also one of today’s most luxurious and expected amenities. The Romans called it the Caldarium, but everyone else calls it a hot tub.
BAR & DINING
Historic Tsaina Bar and Dining. The Tsaina kitchen more than satisfies lodge guests, and the public alike, with its locally sourced menus featuring fresh Alaska seafood and prime meats and game. The Tsaina Bar has a colorful history as the center of extreme and freeride innovation since 1989. For any of you not familiar with Alaska bars, be warned. You ring that shiny bell and you just committed yourself to buying a round for the entire bar. Of course, after a day adventuring Valdez’s world-renowned terrain, you may just want to celebrate with all your friends, old and new.
A single meal can delinitate an entier trip, while transfering you on a gastronomic journey. The Tsaina chef’s celebrate the rich flavours and fine ingredients of Alaska’s culinary offerings.