High Peaks Resort gets almost everything perfect. To start, the staff is beyond friendly and I can't say enough good things about them. The resort's location is perfect, situated on main street near all the shops and the restaurants, and also by the lake offering a private space where various water ...
I stayed at this hotel in Feb for a week and my stay couldn't have been better. The staff was super helpful and very professional and courteous. The views this hotel offers is breath taking and it is centrally located to the downtown area.
Leave your car in the motel parking lot and enjoy walking around Lake Placid village and Mirror Lake. This motel is stylish and beat our expectations. We travel with. A dog and we're amused with their helpful "dog Conceirge". He appeared at our door with a cute rubber mat, 2 matching bowls, a bed, ...
Comfortable and warm though cold and rainy outside. We use Best Western when we travel. We have always liked the breakfast feature of The Best Western. We were a bit disappointed that there was no breakfast as part of the daily rate; however, a restaurant in front, McKenzie's was exceptional and ...
Lake Placid hotels attract guests who want to have a taste of village life while enjoying a view of the lake (which isn't permanently called placid for nothing) and experiencing the Olympic spirit, still thriving after over 30 years. The village is known for its rich winter sporting, and is one of the main reasons Lake Placid hotel guests visit the area. It is quite mystifying how a small town is able to house so many people and still accommodate hundreds of eager guests, especially during the winter season.
The Lake Placid Conference Center is the main convention site for visitors and guests at hotels in Lake Placid. The building was supposedly used for Christian gatherings, but is now open to business conventions and other types of meetings.
Great Adirondack Steak and Seafood provides a perfect Lake Placid dining experience, especially during the cold season. It is located near many hotels in Lake Placid, and features award-winning beers.
A good view of the lake from a luxurious hotel is one thing, but the main attraction for most visitors is the snowy Adirondack Mountains where people frequently ski and climb.
Guests of hotels in Lake Placid may not see much shopping activity at the Adirondack Mountains, but a stroll down Main Street features wonderful goods, antiques, and furniture boutiques.
Hotels are within easy reach of the Olympic Sports Complex where visitors can participate or watch figure skating, ice hockey, and live music.
Roger the owner was amazing. The place has recently been remodeled and it looks great however, . It still seems a bit old. The water is running too slow. Amazing view. Great location.
Bed was squishy and not many outlets. Room was clean
Diligent and hospitable owners; very clean and comfortable; good continental breakfast
Staff not well versed with local restaurants to recommend to guest not familier with village. Facility very nice, pool area, hot tubs under repair. Also needs to review all emergency lighting, had power outage and emergency lights in halls and stairwells not all functioning. Not good safety wise.