The Adirondacks have a long and storied past, full of Native Americans and Gilded Age millionaires, rough-hewn guides and modern-day Olympic athletes. Today, the great Adirondack Park is home to sports, art, cultural activities, clapboard villages and small towns. And home, as well, to the deep, clear lake called “Placid.” Lake Placid Lodge – the only hotel on Lake Placid – is balanced on the edge of village and forest, a Great Camp for the new century. It is a realm of infinite welcome and great beauty, where the wide porches, high windows, grand outdoor fireplaces and paths wandering off into the woods embrace the magnificence of nature. The Lodge is a celebration of all that was – and remains – best in the Adirondacks. Its beams are hewn by hand, its rooms filled with art and antiques, its beds were carved by local artisans and its fifty stone fireplaces laid piece-by-piece by Adirondack masons. It is a traditional, personal retreat; rustic and splendid as the Great Camps have always been.After a day spent in the invigorating Adirondack air, it’s always a pleasure to return to a good meal, a comfortable chair and a crackling fire.
The Lodge has two very different Lake Placid dining options – Artisans Restaurant and Maggie’s Pub – both with tables indoors and out. For special occasions or working lunches, private dining rooms may be reserved upon request. Artisan’s Dining Room Private Dining in the Wine Cellar
The guest quarters are the heart of Lake Placid Lodge. The feeling of the guest rooms and cabins is private, warm and comfortable, tucked beneath the high swaying trees — a camp of one’s own.
Experience luxury hospitality at Lake Placid Lodge in the legendary Adirondack Mountains.