Listen to live blues or take in the view of surroundings at this hotel on the shores of Mirror Lake; full-day bike rental included
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Hotel at a Glance: 3-Star Top-Secret Lake Placid Hotel
This 3-star top-secret property has been a fixture in the community since 2005, but the building itself has been standing since the 1920s. The building was updated under the current ownership and has become an integral part of Lake Placid. The blues music hosted at its onsite restaurant even helped spawn the city’s annual blues festival.
- Feast on a hearty, rustic breakfast in an onsite grill. Later in the day, chow down on Southern-style cooking while enjoying the riffs of live blues music at an onsite bar.
- Enjoy the view of the mountains or the lake from your room which has a flat-screen TV and free WiFi.
- Pups get pampered: Dogs receive a comfy pet bed and have access to a feeding station plus get a complimentary welcome treat (additional fee).
- Check out the area by the included full-day bike rental for two (based on availability and weather conditions).
Lake Placid, New York: Mountain Recreation and Small-Town Charm in the Adirondacks
Nestled in northeastern New York’s Adirondack Mountains, the village of Lake Placid is actually set on the shores of Mirror Lake, just south of Lake Placid proper. Year-round, folks flock to the area to take advantage of its outdoor recreation and to see the site of the “Miracle on Ice”—the US hockey team’s heart-stopping upset victory over the Soviets in 1980.
Less than 10 miles away, Whiteface Lake Placid ski resort boasts one of the largest vertical drops east of the Rockies for downhill skiing and snowboarding, and ice-fishers can be seen trying their luck on the surface of the lake. Come springtime, winter sports give way to kayaking trips and scenic hikes along leafy backcountry trails. Along Lake Placid’s Main Street, you’ll find a string of boutiques and curio shops, along with galleries and workshops where you can watch artisans blowing glass. Wine-tasting rooms and bakeries offer sampling of local flavors.