Holland America Line acquires Denali hotel

By Tom Stieghorst
Holland America Line said it will acquire the 345-room McKinley Chalets Hotel in Alaska's Denali National Park for an undisclosed price.

The 45-acre resort will be enhanced along with HAL hotels in Fairbanks, Skagway and Whitehorse as part of the rebranding of its Alaska cruise-tour assets as Land + Sea Journeys.

The renovations, which will take place over the next few years, will include extensive room updates and upgrades to soft goods and hotel décor.

HAL is acquiring the hotel from Aramark, a diversified hospitality services company that operates lodges and other facilities in several national parks.

Holland America currently owns 26 acres adjacent to the chalets, including 135 additional guest rooms that have been operated by Aramark as part of the McKinley Chalets. The total number of rooms is 480.

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