Staff was very polite and welcoming. Great for kids, they loved the smores and outside fire-pit! Very relaxing!!
Great location, large rooms, friendly staff. Great spot for easy access to Lake Placid and amenities for families
The hotel was beautiful and clean. The view was amazing. Staff was constantly cleaning and repairing the area. You could tell the hotel is well maintained. The front desk was helpful and friendly. We will be staying her again!
Affordable and only 7 mi from downtown Lake Placid, where 2 night minimum hotel stays are the norm it seems. Clean room, friendly staff. Not a fan of the hotel pool smell wafting throughout that they cant really help.
Convenient to everything. Great Adirondack atmosphere. Walls are thin though, so you can hear conversations.
Great with dogs! Right across from the lake with a private beach and pool, boats available for use.
The rooms were nice. The breakfast wasn't quite as good as led to expect. Paid nearly $200/night even with a discount, and I'm not sure it was worth that much even recognizing it's high summer season.
The rooms were not insulated very well. I could hear the people unzip their suitcase in the next room over, and especially then talking. There was a small hole in the ceiling of my room where it looks like there has been a leak. Other than that the room was nice and the hotel was just fine!
Inexpensive but clean and comfortable. No frills.
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.