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High Peaks Resort

High Peaks Resort Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located in the heart of Lake Placid mere moments from all of Main Street's offerings, this 133-room lakefront resort manages to feel both central and secluded at the same time. Most rooms offer scenic views over Mirror Lake (don't miss the stunning sunrises), as well as modern amenities and noteworthy bathrooms compared to neighboring properties. Downtown Lake Placid is steps away with plenty of shopping, restaurants and cafes -- and the Olympic Center, site of the 1980 Olympics, is a mere four blocks away. Of course, there's plenty to keep guests occupied on-site, including the Aveda Concept Salon and Spa, four pools (two indoor and two outdoor), a lakefront area with free use of kayaks, and a modern fitness center overlooking the pool courtyard. Guests at the resort's less-expensive sister property, the Lakeview Motor Inn, have full access to the amenities here, so public areas like the pools and lakefront can get a bit crowded.
Mirror Lake Inn

Mirror Lake Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The historic, family-owned Mirror Lake Inn, with beautiful views of its namesake, has been around for nearly 90 years. This charming property is bigger than meets the eye, and the 131 carpeted, cozy rooms have lodge-y decor in varying degrees of elegance, and are located in several distinct sections of the resort. Suites might come with gas fireplaces, jetted tubs, and/or private balconies. There are three dining options, including The View (with an impressive wine list) and The cottage (with an apres-ski atmosphere). Guests can walk to downtown Lake Placid for more choice. Meanwhile, the indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, fitness center, and seasonal skating rink provide opportunities to work off the trademark cookies in the lobby — just watch the bill for those pesky extra fees. Phone calls are not allowed in common areas, which enhances the relaxed vibe.
The Whiteface Lodge

The Whiteface Lodge Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Opened in 2005, Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid offers a luxurious escape a few miles from town. The 94 suites all have kitchens with stainless steel appliances, laundry, and free Wi-Fi. Activities for every season and every age include ice skating, snow shoeing, tennis, canoeing/kayaking, motorized boating, a movie theater, and bowling alley, to name a few (all are free). KANU restaurant and lounge, with fireplaces roaring, serves three meals — breakfast is another freebie — and adults can hit the spa while the kids participate in the free "Kamp Kanu" children's program. An underground tunnel connects to the indoor/outdoor pool and hot tubs during cold weather, otherwise it's a short walk across the beautiful grounds. Other extras include coffee, tea, and refreshments in the afternoon, and s’mores around the bonfire in the evening.
Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort

Golden Arrow Lakeside Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Location is key at this reasonably priced, 165-room property, which has been family-run since 1974. While other hotels in downtown Lake Placid sit across the street, eco-friendly Golden Arrow has direct water views from the lobby and many of its rooms. Renovations are ongoing, but all rooms have Keurig coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and microwaves; some are equipped with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and/or kitchens. Generations restaurant serves all three meals and has an attached bar serving local beer and infused vodkas. (There’s a charming retail area attached to the hotel for take-away espresso and wine.) Pets are welcome with a set of rules, and water sports, parking, and Wi-Fi are free of charge.
Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid

Courtyard by Marriott Lake Placid Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Courtyard by Marriott, which opened in 2007, is one of the newer hotels in the Lake Placid area. Furnishings and decor in the 96 rooms and suites are comfortable and basic (standard modern-style for a chain hotel), and amenities include flat-screen TVs, ergonomic chairs, and free Wi-Fi. The location on the main road into town is not really pedestrian-friendly, per se, but it's only a short drive to Mirror Lake, shops, and restaurants. A fireplace and pub keep the lobby cozy, but if you are seeking great views synonymous with Lake Placid, then you’ll have to leave the hotel to find them.

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