Explore places to rest & relax.
The Adirondack Region has been a place for rejuvenation and reconnection for centuries. Although the first settlers cleared timbered lots to build rustic cabins, current lodging options range from simple to indulgent. Luxury resorts crafted in the Great Camp architectural style feature lakeside rooms and charming mountain cabins. Lodging at an Adirondack B&B or hotel often leads to local connections -- meaning you get insider knowledge of the area's best dining choices and adventure spots!
Don't leave a family member behind either. Pet-friendly hotels and resorts can be found in nearly every major town. After finding a place to stay, grab a leash and explore over 2,000 miles of Adirondack hiking trails which are pet-friendly, unless posted.
Looking for seclusion and privacy? Choose an intimate cabin or lakefront cottage. Adirondack cabin rentals offer peace and seclusion, getting you away from the busy-ness of life and allowing you to focus on reconnecting with nature. And when you're ready for an afternoon or evening in town, check out one of the many Adirondack breweries. With every sip, you'll get a taste of the Adirondacks.
Visitor-recommended Best Places to Stay
- Whiteface Lodge Resort & Spa in Lake Placid is a modern luxury resort built in the Adirondack Great Camp style. Visitor recommendation: "The reception was very friendly and the locale beautiful. The amount of things offered to keep us occupied were limitless and the morning breakfast was delicious."
- Lake Pleasant Lodge in Speculator. Visitor recommendation: "To sit down at the fire pit and watch the sunset over Lake Pleasant is a fantastic experience. Very well worth the drive to Speculator just to stay here."
- North Fork Bed and Breakfast in Lisbon. Visitor recommendation: "Felt very much at home and the owner of the bed and breakfast was very hospitable. Would recommend this place for a nice bed and breakfast."
- Camp Vinette in Lowville. Visitor recommendation: "This was the perfect getaway! Lots of campfires, hiked Gleasmans Falls trail, and went to Enchanted Forest Water Safari."
- White Pine Camp in Paul Smiths. Visitor recommendation: "Close enough to everything but yet far enough away to feel secluded! Loved the little amenities, from the kayak to the tea room and old-fashioned bowling alley."