Standing on Lake Placid's emerald shores with majestic views over its clear waters and leafy islands, Lake Placid Lodge welcomes guests to an unrivaled lodging experience in the heart of the Adirondacks. Built by hand in the Arts and Crafts tradition, this award-winning retreat is the only hotel directed on Lake Placid's shores. Woods and water enfold the Lodge, which features 13 sumptuous rooms and 17 luxurious cabins, along with celebrated Farm-to-Table dining and an array of activities for every season. Above all, there is comfort and welcome wherever you go. Lake Placid Lodge also showcases several one-of-a-kind event spaces ideal for meetings and corporate retreats, as well as family reunions and romantic Adirondack weddings.
Gather your most fabulous and dear friends and experience the best in lakeside luxury at your own private Lodge resort. This spring Lake Placid Lodge, set among lush woods in the heart of the Adirondacks, offers an exclusive all-inclusive buyout weekend for a once in a lifetime weekend of wonder. Transform the magnificent Relais & Chateaux lakeside property into your own private estate, complete with your own 35-foot mahogany Hacker-Craft boat for tours of the lake and a fleet of canoes, kayaks, and electric boats for fishing and enjoying the water.
Sprawl out between 30 guest accommodations, including suites in the main lodge and lakeside cabins on the water’s edge, and throw the party of the spring. Every accommodation includes its owns stone fireplace and will come stocked with champagne and chef-crafted treats delivered throughout the weekend. Perfect for a family event, corporate retreat, intimate wedding, celebratory birthday, or a long-overdue reunion with friends, everything will be completely tailored to your requests with an entire hotel staff at your disposal. Spend your day sprawled out lakeside in a lounger or perched in an Adirondack chair drinking in the majestic views and nights curled up by the bonfire with friends.
Room & Suites - Discover the Perfect Retreat in the Luxurious Lake Placid Lodging. Set among lush woods in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, the Lake Placid lodging offers the perfect complement to the hotel's idyllic surroundings. Private, warm and comfortable, the guest rooms and cabins are tucked beneath high swaying trees, truly providing a camp of one's own. Each space is thoughtfully-appointed with soft fabrics, polished wood, stone fireplaces with stacks of logs, and a hand-built, cloud-soft bed. You will also enjoy majestic views of the wilderness from your diamond-paned windows as you relax in your fire-lit sanctuary. All of the luxurious Lake Placid accommodations are individually designed with no two exactly alike at the Lodge. There are 30 guest accommodations at Lake Placid Lodge, five in the Main Lodge, 17 cabins on the lakeshore, six suites in the Lakeside Building, and two cottages, Pine and Birch, that overlook the lake and are just steps from the Main Lodge. Experience the authentic spirit of the legendary Adirondack Mountains at the award-winning Lake Placid Lodge.
Dining - Savor Farm-to-Table Dining at the Award-Winning Lake Placid Lodge. Dining at Lake Placid Lodge delights the senses with its elegant ambiance, gracious service, and exceptional Farm-to-Table cuisine that celebrates the Adirondacks' culinary culture. Start the day with the famous Lodge Breakfast at Artisans, mingle with friends old and new in Maggie’s Pub, or allow us to create an exclusive private dining experience in the Wine Cellar. Executive Chef Derek Leinonen's seasonally-driven menus highlight the bounty of the Adirondacks with house-made ingredients, as well as local produce. Also inviting you to complement your meal with a selection from the world-class wine list. Dessert for two is on us when you drive your Lexus to the Lake Placid restaurants for dinner! Just show your server your Lexus key and then choose from a list of Chef Derek Leinonen's mouth-watering creations.
Activities - Discover an Abundance of Adirondack Activities at Lake Placid Lodge. There are many activities to enjoy in and around Lake Placid Lodge, though it's perfectly alright to do nothing at all. Shady forests beckon, clear streams tumble along, and pristine trails meander toward the sky. The Adirondack Park has 46 mountains over 4,000 feet high, 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 30,000 miles of river and stream to explore. However, napping in the lean-to is another long-standing Adirondack tradition. Whether you prefer to curl up in front of a fireplace and take on the challenge of a handcrafted Stave puzzle or decide to hike one of the ancient Adirondack trails, each season offers an array of options for your Lake Placid vacation.