In the heart of the park on Lake Placid, Whiteface Lodge evokes the Adirondacks 19th-century heyday.
Considered by many one of the best hotels of its kind in the country, Whiteface Lodge is nestled in Adirondack Park. This six-million-acre recreation area in upstate New York has drawn nature lovers for decades (visitors have included Ralph Waldo Emerson, the Vanderbilts and Marjorie Merriweather Post). In the heart of the park on Lake Placid, the lodge evokes the region's 19th-century heyday with a wood-beamed exterior, cozy carpet-strewn sitting rooms and cast-iron fireplaces. Amenities and services are decidedly 21st-century, as is the focus on family travel. The resort offers every imaginable activity for kids, including scavenger hunts, bowling and canoeing, and Kanu restaurant has an extensive menu for its little guests—the next generation of Adirondack converts.
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