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Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I loved my stay at the Tarrytown house estate. The grounds were stunning and the room was a thing of beauty. From the scenic views from my balcony (I could see New York city lit up at night) to unwinding in the library downstairs, this breathtaking manor was first class all the way and I would highly recommend staying there.

So if you only look at the pictures on Orbitz (or elsewhere I suppose) you don't get a full sense of how beautiful this place is. The grounds are sprawling and magnificent. When I booked this room I had no idea how stunning it was going to be. Absolutely first rate, top to bottom. Staff is friendly, rooms are nice, and the bed was comfortable. Can't ask for much more than that.

Exelente ,,, nice, clean, comfortable ,, I really liked

Better than I had hoped for us. Just quiet, serene, and beautiful.

The hotel was on very hilly ground. The pool and the restaurant were in different buildings, making it difficult to get there by car. The hotel room's bathroom didn't have bars in the shower or racks to hold the towels. Much of the facility didn't have ramps for easy access. The main door didn't authomatically open.

We arrived at the hotel to check in and waited in the lobby for 15 minutes before being helped. I was told to swipe my card for an $80 charge with no explanation given. When I asked what it was for, the front desk guy said "incidentals." Okay? Perhaps you want to explain that before asking me to swipe my card. We finally check in and are told where our room is, but there is only one area to park. So we had to haul our suitcases up a hill and down a long sidewalk to our room, and up a flight of stairs. Same thing for check-out. Overall, not worth $130. Mediocre room, mediocre decoration. The only selling point is that the property is on a beautiful estate. And didn't even include breakfast? I've stayed at Super 8's that had a continental breakfast and a room just as nice. Stay somewhere else and use the extra money for sightseeing.

Nice clean room, spacious. Room next to me had a very loud and noisy heating/cooling unit running all night. The next morning the front desk gentleman, asked how we were enjoying my stay. I mentioned what happen that night. He immediately said I will have your room upgraded and changed. He even offered to send hotel personnel to assist me in the change. Excellent customer service.

Truly great hotel 30 minutes from New York City. Convenient stores and restaurants nearby. Only problems were minor with housekeeping and parking. Sheets were not changed, even though they should have been. Certain room supplies were not replenished as prescribed. Visiting from Florida, and parking was not available immediately next to the building we occupied, and was told car would be towed if I parked on the curb. Temperatures were in the 30's, not what I'm used to.

Although the grounds are beautiful and the majestic buildings quite lovely, I was disappointed at my room, which was sterile, common looking and not very comfortable. It had none of the charm that the exterior suggested and was comparable to any chain motel. The shampoo was average with sodium laurel sulfate as one of the top ingredients. I'd rather wait than shampoo with cheap products! I expected more of a country inn look and feel on the inside. If you want to portray a luxury hotel, which is easy with such gorgeous grounds and views of the river, you need to go the extra step and make the interior equally attractive. I was on a business trip, but cancelled the second night here and preferred to go home.

The saving grace for this hotel was its restaurant. We had to go outside in the rain to get to it, but the ambience and food were worth it. The servers were attentive. HOWEVER, not so much our room experience. It is NOT a place for seniors. Every few feet there were stairs going up or down from our room. No elevators. The TV seemed to be locked on a certain sound level. No information about the TV was in the room. No pen nor paper--which bothered me when I had to write some information down about a phone call. The grounds were beautiful, but the room was quite plain. We also did not have any literature about Tarrytown there. I did not find the front desk helpful--they appeared to be stick figures excited about being at the front desk. We rarely book on a third-party site, but decided to book this place, not knowing anything about it because our favorite hotel in the area was having construction. It was an interesting experience and I am happy my husband who has knee and heart problems survived and was able to function enough to get to the car and back with not too much pain. My husband did think that the mattress was uncomfortable. We called Orbitz to complain, but that was a waste of time. I also messaged Orbitz on FB and got a corporate answer.

24.00 for a nothing special hamburger, 6.00 for water and soda, 12.00 for oatmeal, unbelievable.

Beautiful grounds, clean room, excellent pool and amenities.

My wife and I loved our getaway to this beautiful hotel. The grounds were lovely and they had a wide variety of activities that you can be involved in. We are now planning a trip back, this time with our kids.

The hotel was nice, we were in the area for Legoland and we stayed overnight. The only issue was the heating, it's was so cold that we could not get comfortable and they concierge tried to fix it but was never resolved

I expected much more from a hotel which was rated as a four star hotel! The room was small and there was no real view! The breakfast buffet was very expensive and really not worth the $25 price. There was a Kerig coffee machine but the coffee was an inexpensive brand. There was a small refrigerator but no microwave. We left for breakfast around 10:30 and returned around noon only to find that our room had not been cleaned . We had trouble with the TV and had to call more then once before the matter was corrected . Overall I was disappointed and I would not recommend this hotel! It was not worth the price!!!

I had such an amazing time at this property. Breath taking views. Warm and friendly staff. Comfortable accommodations. Icing on the cake was the restaurant on the property, Cellar 49! Food was out of this world! Thank you!

We often head up the Tarrytown House for a little break from the city. With an active young boy it's fabulous. Tennis, basketball, volleyball, swimming, racket ball, bocce ball, horseshoes, and a convenient grill at the pool make for a happy boy, tired mom and dad, and lots of smiles. Add to that, super friendly management and staff and the TH is a hit. NOTE: try the sangria at the pool bar... delicious.

I stayed here with my boyfriend for our anniversary. The grounds of the estate were beautiful and well-kept. The location is a short 5 minute drive from the Irvington metro-north station, making it an easy trip from NYC. The staff was helpful and very friendly. There's an easy hiking, biking, and running trail close by that runs along the Hudson. The hotel is also close to local landmarks and great restaurants. We didn't have a chance to eat at Cellar 49, Tarrytown's restaurant, but all the guests suggested it for brunch. Overall the experience was wonderful. The beds were cozy, and the room was clean.The indoor pool and spa area were nice, but the outdoor pool was even better and had a bar right on the deck. I wish I could have stayed longer here!

Great grounds, rooms, and extra-curricular activities. Tarrytown House attracts a classy clientele looking for peaceful relaxation. Hit up Cellar 49 for great drinks and fare. I have come back six times!

49 E Sunnyside Lane Tarrytown NY

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool and indoor pool

Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson is located within a mile (2 km) of Lyndhurst Mansion and Irvington Town Hall Theater. This 212-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour health club. It's in the historical district and also near Memorial Park and Matthiessen Park.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

All 212 air-conditioned rooms feature MP3 docks, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are also available.


Property features

Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson features an indoor pool, an outdoor pool, and a 24-hour health club. Free parking is available if you drive. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a spa tub, a sauna, and an outdoor tennis court.

Room options

Room, 1 Queen Bed (King Mansion)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Executive Suite, 1 Bedroom

King 1 | Sleeps 5

Deluxe Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Tarrytown House Estate on the Hudson

Everyone (13) Couples (14) Business (3) Family (11) Other (3)
5

the good life

Everyone

I loved my stay at the Tarrytown house estate. The grounds were stunning and the room was a thing of beauty. From the scenic views from my balcony (I could see New York city lit up at night) to unwinding in the library downstairs, this breathtaking manor was first class all the way and I would highly recommend staying there.

By , from Panama City, FL on Nov 9, 2017

5

beautiful place

Everyone

So if you only look at the pictures on Orbitz (or elsewhere I suppose) you don't get a full sense of how beautiful this place is. The grounds are sprawling and magnificent. When I booked this room I had no idea how stunning it was going to be. Absolutely first rate, top to bottom. Staff is friendly, rooms are nice, and the bed was comfortable. Can't ask for much more than that.

By on Oct 9, 2017

4

very nice hotel

Everyone

Exelente ,,, nice, clean, comfortable ,, I really liked

By , from bronx,ny on Sep 28, 2017

5

perfect private balcony for a romantic sunset

Everyone

Better than I had hoped for us. Just quiet, serene, and beautiful.

By , from new york on Aug 30, 2017

1
Everyone

The hotel was on very hilly ground. The pool and the restaurant were in different buildings, making it difficult to get there by car. The hotel room's bathroom didn't have bars in the shower or racks to hold the towels. Much of the facility didn't have ramps for easy access. The main door didn't authomatically open.

By on May 20, 2017

2

not worth the money.

Everyone

We arrived at the hotel to check in and waited in the lobby for 15 minutes before being helped. I was told to swipe my card for an $80 charge with no explanation given. When I asked what it was for, the front desk guy said "incidentals." Okay? Perhaps you want to explain that before asking me to swipe my card. We finally check in and are told where our room is, but there is only one area to park. So we had to haul our suitcases up a hill and down a long sidewalk to our room, and up a flight of stairs. Same thing for check-out. Overall, not worth $130. Mediocre room, mediocre decoration. The only selling point is that the property is on a beautiful estate. And didn't even include breakfast? I've stayed at Super 8's that had a continental breakfast and a room just as nice. Stay somewhere else and use the extra money for sightseeing.

By on May 15, 2017

4

natural walking grounds

Everyone

Nice clean room, spacious. Room next to me had a very loud and noisy heating/cooling unit running all night. The next morning the front desk gentleman, asked how we were enjoying my stay. I mentioned what happen that night. He immediately said I will have your room upgraded and changed. He even offered to send hotel personnel to assist me in the change. Excellent customer service.

By , from ny on Apr 13, 2017

4

nice hotel close to the new york city.

Everyone

Truly great hotel 30 minutes from New York City. Convenient stores and restaurants nearby. Only problems were minor with housekeeping and parking. Sheets were not changed, even though they should have been. Certain room supplies were not replenished as prescribed. Visiting from Florida, and parking was not available immediately next to the building we occupied, and was told car would be towed if I parked on the curb. Temperatures were in the 30's, not what I'm used to.

By , from Ft Lauderdale, FL on Dec 3, 2016

2

beautiful grounds/buildings, disappointing rooms

Everyone
Majestic mansion

Although the grounds are beautiful and the majestic buildings quite lovely, I was disappointed at my room, which was sterile, common looking and not very comfortable. It had none of the charm that the exterior suggested and was comparable to any chain motel. The shampoo was average with sodium laurel sulfate as one of the top ingredients. I'd rather wait than shampoo with cheap products! I expected more of a country inn look and feel on the inside. If you want to portray a luxury hotel, which is easy with such gorgeous grounds and views of the river, you need to go the extra step and make the interior equally attractive. I was on a business trip, but cancelled the second night here and preferred to go home.

By on Nov 17, 2016

3

not senior-friendly

Seniors

The saving grace for this hotel was its restaurant. We had to go outside in the rain to get to it, but the ambience and food were worth it. The servers were attentive. HOWEVER, not so much our room experience. It is NOT a place for seniors. Every few feet there were stairs going up or down from our room. No elevators. The TV seemed to be locked on a certain sound level. No information about the TV was in the room. No pen nor paper--which bothered me when I had to write some information down about a phone call. The grounds were beautiful, but the room was quite plain. We also did not have any literature about Tarrytown there. I did not find the front desk helpful--they appeared to be stick figures excited about being at the front desk. We rarely book on a third-party site, but decided to book this place, not knowing anything about it because our favorite hotel in the area was having construction. It was an interesting experience and I am happy my husband who has knee and heart problems survived and was able to function enough to get to the car and back with not too much pain. My husband did think that the mattress was uncomfortable. We called Orbitz to complain, but that was a waste of time. I also messaged Orbitz on FB and got a corporate answer.

By , from Virginia on Oct 29, 2016