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Whiteface Lodge

Whiteface Lodge
Whiteface Lodge
The grandeur of an old time camp with the luxury amenities of a modern resort.

The Whiteface Lodge was designed with the grandeur of the old time camps in mind, but with the luxury amenities of a modern resort and club. And the hotel really does live up to expectations. The lodge offers an impressive array of activities ranging from hiking and skiing on Whiteface Mountain to relaxing at the spa. Kids can romp around at Kamp Kanu, a complimentary day camp for kids, while parents spend some much-needed time together exploring the lake or getting facials.

Golden Arrow Hotel

Golden Arrow Hotel
Golden Arrow Hotel
A simple hotel with a great view.

If you are looking for a luxurious place to stay in Lake Placid, the Golden Arrow might not be for you. But if you are looking for a simple place to stay with clean comfortable rooms, friendly service, and lots of amenities, it’s a great place to stay. The place is nothing fancy, in fact some of the furniture is mismatched and on the old side, but it has a great view, looking right out over Mirror Lake and the mountains. The hotel is located right in Lake Placid, so it’s easy to get around and fun to explore the town after a day of skiing.

Mirror Lake Inn

Mirror Lake Inn
Mirror Lake Inn
Good food and hospitable service are the norm here, as are peace and quiet.

Many of the old traditions that began at the Mirror Lake Inn back in 1924 continue today, making the hotel feel traditional and warm. Good food and hospitable service are the norm here, as are peace and quiet. The hotel is located at the end of the main Lake Placid drag, making it one of the quietest places to stay. The walk into town is short, but if you want to go anywhere else in town, not having a car may pose a problem. If you choose to stay around the hotel, there are plenty of activities to keep you occupied.

Lake Placid Lodge

Lake Placid Lodge

This grand Adirondack landmark on the shore of its namesake lake isn’t exactly new. Built in the late 1800s as a private camp, the lodge was sold and transformed into a hotel in 1946. In 2005, a kitchen fire destroyed the main building, and in 2008 it rose anew, more luxurious and refined than ever. The 30,000-square-foot lodge has 13 new suites, each with a king featherbed, stone fireplace and private balcony. The dining room is also new, headed by Culinary Institute of America–trained chef Kevin McCarthy, who gathers seasonal ingredients from farmers living within a 70-mile radius to craft simple but robust fare. No worries: You’ll burn it off on Whiteface’s 3,166 feet of vertical, 20 minutes away.

$650–$1,550

lakeplacidlodge.com

Luxurious and refined with a rich history

This grand Adirondack landmark on the shore of its namesake lake isn’t exactly new. Built in the late 1800s as a private camp, the lodge was sold and transformed into a hotel in 1946. In 2005, a kitchen fire destroyed the main building, and in 2008 it rose anew, more luxurious and refined than ever. The 30,000-square-foot lodge has 13 new suites, each with a king featherbed, stone fireplace and private balcony.

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