- Hotel and room decor are dated; renovations needed
- Some rooms have tube TVs
- Most balconies are shared with neighbors and don't offer views
- No restaurants on-site
A casual, chalet-style setting for people on the go
If not for the large Best Western logo on the sign, you would never guess this to be a chain hotel. The authentic stone and wood structure fits into the mountain backdrop, and is ideal for the apres ski crowd looking for a place to crash and grab breakfast in the morning. Because of its small size, parking and check-in is a breeze. Next to the front desk is the cozy lobby, which has a fireplace, cushy seating areas and board games. In the summer, there is a wooden deck to enjoy views of the Olympic Center before heading out to explore.
Ideally located on Main Street, just steps from downtown Lake Placid
Perfectly situated on Main Street, the Best Western Adirondack Inn is just across the street from the Olympic Center (both the 1932 and 1980 Olympics were held here) and next to Mirror Lake beach. Downtown is two blocks away, featuring shopping, restaurants, and bars.
This alpine-style property comes with 49 non-smoking rooms and suites.
Rooms at the Best Western Adirondack Inn are plainly decorated with a “rustic” style and are in need of some updates, particularly where the bathrooms and technology are concerned. But overall, this family-run business is kept clean and provides good quality for the price compared with other area hotels.
Free breakfast, Wi-Fi, and an indoor pool help make this a decent budget hotel option for the area.
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