There's only one way to get to this luxury lodge in Alaska that charges upwards of $8,000 per stay - and it's not by road
Katie WarrenSep 10, 2018, 07.21 PM
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- To get to the luxurious Ultima Thule Lodge in Alaska, you have to drive for seven to eight hours to the nearest town and get picked up by a small plane.
- The lodge serves gourmet Alaskan cuisine and offers a sauna, wood-fired hot tub, and self-spa.
- At the resort, guests can go sledding, river rafting, hiking, fishing, and even go out on air safaris and glacier exploration trips.
- The cost of staying at Ultima Thule ranges from $7,975 per person for four nights to up to $25,000 per night to rent out the entire resort.
There's only one way to get to the Ultima Thule Lodge nestled deep in the wilderness of Alaska - and it's not by road.The closest you can get is McCarthy, a town of approximately 28 people, where a plane chartered by Ultima Thule will pick up guests and transport them to the secluded lodge.
Here's a look inside the isolated luxury hotel that can cost up to $25,000 per night.