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The Emerson Inn & Spa - Catskill Forest Preserve
    The 24-room inn is just minutes away from the small rural community of Woodstock, New York, where for over one hundred years a steady flow of artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers, actors and dreamers have flocked.

    As for its physical attributes, it is quite apparent that lying at the heart of the design of the Emerson are the key elements of spaciousness, stylistic purity, and impeccable service, all contributing to a most romantic and private stay.

    After all, without these key ingredients, the inn would never be able to claim the title as being one of the most luxurious in the Catskills, according to such prestigious publications as Travel & Leisure and New York Magazineís annual 52 Great Weekends issue.

    Every suite is a work of art depicting five unique themes of the 19th century, African, Asian, Persian, Victorian, West Indies Colonial, and containing the most luxurious amenities- Frette linens and robes, oversize towels, Hermes toiletries, plush feather beds, down pillows, remote controlled air conditioning, and Aiwa Stereo Sound more about Emerson Inn and Spa >>

Lake Placid - Mir-A-Lac Inn

    William and Climena retired to Lake Placid, where they converted an estate that dated back to 1883 into a high quality inn known as Mir-A-Lac Inn. Even during the depression the inn managed to succeed, adding on rooms, building the dining room, winterizing, and making general improvements.

    It was at this inn that the first rope tow powered by electricity was installed. It was also the first to have a skating camp housing many world-class skating champions, and it also hosted the Norwegian team during the 1932 Olympic Winter Games.

    For the past seventeen consecutive years, the Inn has earned a Four Diamond "Exceptional" Award for excellence from AAA and it also holds Mobil Travel Guide's three star "Excellent" Award. Since 1998 it has been a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group as part of their North American more about Mir-A-Lac Inn - Lake Placid >>

Turning Stone Resort

    Are you looking for a great romantic getaway? A great world class golf destination? A spa resort with luxurious accommodations? A moderately priced Inn with a multitude of dining and gaming options? The Turning Stone Resort and Casino in the heart of Upstate New York offers this and much more. more about Turning Stone Resort >>

The Barclay Hotel

    Today, InterContinental® New York Barclay reverberates with the same quiet grandeur, while its premier position in the heart of Manhattan's midtown buzzes with traffic, business power players, cultural riches, conferences and exquisite dining. Inter-Continental Hotels, at one time in history owned by Pan American World Airways, was one of the largest international luxury hotel chains in the world. Their purchase of The Barclay in the early 1980's brought this grand old lady back to life with restorations of front and back of the house, furnishings, kitchens, rooms, suites, décor and a $32 million + more about The Barclay Hotel »