Lodges of the Adirondacks

  • The Sagamore on Lake George

    Located on Green Island in Lake George about 60 miles north of Albany, the historic Sagamore has been hosting guests for more than 100 years. Built in 1883, the 70-acre property includes 375 rooms, an 18-hole golf course, a marina and a full-service spa and salon.

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  • The Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid

    The Whiteface Lodge, considered one of the best lodging options in Lake Placid, was designed as a luxurious re-imagining of an Adirondack Great Camp, built from timber milled on-site and appointed with classic Adirondack furnishings. Staying at the Whiteface Lodge puts you only a short walk from Lake Placid for summer fun on the lake and a short drive from Whiteface mountain for skiing and boarding in the winter.

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  • Mirror Lake Inn in Lake Placid

    Surrounded by the High Peaks of the Adirondacks, Mirror Lake Inn gives guests easy access to the serene Mirror Lake as well as the larger Lake Placid. Only a five-hour drive from New York City, this tranquil wooded property is equipped with free canoes, kayaks and row boats for use on Mirror Lake, a spa, a private beach, tennis courts and indoor and outdoor heated pools.

    Photo courtesy of Mirror Lake Inn

  • The Point on Upper Saranac Lake

    More than a century ago, William Avery Rockefeller had a grand estate built on Upper Saranac Lake to serve as a private retreat for he and his family. That estate is now The Point, a secluded log great camp reminiscent of the Gilded Age. The 75-acre property houses just 11 guestrooms spread between four original log buildings, each with a lake view, stone fireplace and many of the property's original fixtures and antiques.

    Photo courtesy of The Point

  • Lake Placid Lodge in Lake Placid

    Sitting on the shores of Lake Placid, you'll find the Lake Placid Lodge. Located less than a three-hour drive from Montreal, the Lake Placid Lodge contains 13 rooms and 17 cabins, each equipped with a fireplace and beautiful views of the surrounding wilderness, making it a perfect option for a romantic getaway.

    Photo courtesy of Lake Placid Lodge

  • Elk Lake Lodge in North Hudson

    Ringed by the High Peaks, Elk Lake Lodge sits within a 12,000-acre private forest preserve, lending a sense of isolation and serenity that's not always easy to find in the modern world. The lodge, built in 1904, has been run by the same family for generations and includes six rooms and eight private cottages, each with a view of Elk Lake and the surrounding mountains.

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  • Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort on Mirror Lake

    Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort, located on the banks of Mirror Lake just a few minutes from the conveniences of Lake Placid, is one of the region's greenest resorts, thanks to a heat recovery system, sustainable dining program, a green roof and eco-friendly housekeeping products. When you're not playing on the lake, you can swim in the indoor pool or work up a sweat in the fitness center. By the way, your pets are welcome too!

    Photo courtesy of Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort

  • Normandie Beach Resort on Lake Champlain

    Located on the banks of Lake Champlain, east of Lake Placid, Normandie Beach Resort offers a laid-back lake vacation complete with private cottages just steps away from the water and a full range of water sports equipment, including pedal boats, canoes, sailboats, kayaks, fishing and windsurfing equipment.

    Photo courtesy of Normandie Beach Resort

  • Crowne Plaza Lake Placid Golf Club in Lake Placid

    The Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club, Lake Placid sits adjacent to the Olympic Center in the middle of Lake Placid's Olympic Village. The 1,000-acre property houses 45 holes of championship golf, a tennis club, private beach, four restaurants and an indoor pool where you can go for a swim no matter the season.

    Photo courtesy of Crowne Plaza Resort & Golf Club Lake Placid

  • High Peaks Resort on Mirror Lake

    For guests who'd prefer to be closer to the conveniences of a town to the isolation of some Adirondack resorts, there's High Peaks Resort, located in the heart of Lake Placid. Relax in an Adirondack-inspired room, go for a swim in one of two outdoor pools or head out for a day of hiking in Adirondack State Park.

    Photo courtesy of High Peaks Resort