You have lots of lodging choices when you plan your visit to Lake Placid. There are motels, hotels, lodges and, of course, luxury resorts. To put the cherry on top of a vacation you’ll never forget, choose to stay in one of the area’s amazing resorts. You’ll enjoy the time spent in your room, which smell like fresh cleaned carpet and around the resort just as much as your time out exploring the Adirondacks.
- The Point Resort
Built by a Rockefeller, you know this 5-stat resort is a sight to behold! This resort values guests’ privacy above all else, allowing for absolutely no one without a prior reservation is allowed on the property. The Point Resort is also known for combining absolute luxury with rustic décor, like stone and timber from the area. There is a private beach, restaurant and cocktail lounge on the premises.
- Ampersand Bay Resort & Boat Club
The views from this Adirondack resort are one of the major attractions. Guests can choose from log cabins, townhomes or cottages, all of which provide these breathtaking views. Ampersand Bay Resort has welcomed guests to Lower Saranac Lake – just minutes from Lake Placid – for over 50 years. The private beach and full kitchen in every room are two amenities that guests find particularly convenient.
- Mirror Lake Inn Resort and Spa
This resort has been awarded accolades from travel magazines and a Four-Diamond rating from AAA. These titles come with good reason! The resort has excellent customer service and a list of amenities that never seems to end! It’s newly renovated to give each room a glassed-in sun porch with tile floors and sliding French doors, so that guests can enjoy the views any time of year. Resort amenities include a heated pool, Jacuzzi sauna. There’s live music each weekend, and ice skating is available during the winter.
- Lake Placid Summit Hotel/Resort and Suites
This hybrid hotel and resort is perfect for anyone traveling to or through the Adirondacks. It truly is the best of both worlds – overlooking Mirror Lake and also close to Lake Placid Village. Lake Placid Summit is only minutes from all of the area’s great activities, from golfing and dining to hiking and cross country skiing. There is a Mexican restaurant on site and a bar with an excellent view of the lake which also serves a limited menu.
- Whiteface Lodge Resort & Spa
Whiteface Lodge is nestled into its Adirondack backdrop, so much so that it looks like it belongs there! It may look rustic, but the breathtaking setting is matched by the number of activities available at the lodge. Hiking, tennis, bowling, golf and hiking are some of the outdoor activities offered there. Whiteface Lodge also has a private beach, which is open seasonally. The outdoor and indoor pools are as refreshing to look at as they are to take a dip in, and the on-site restaurant and cocktail lounge ensure that you’ll never have to get too far from the property unless you want to!