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Stayed here 1 night in February while doing a tasting for our daughter's reception at Foxfire Mountain House, which is right across the street from the resort. We stayed in the lodge, which has a log cabin feel to it. Beds were comfy and the plush robes were an added bonus. In season this resort goes for $400 +/- and has a 2 night minimum. We paid $270, which still seems high for a location that offers few things to do besides ski in the winter months. This hotel was convenient for our needs that weekend. Otherwise I'd suggest looking at Kingston for more reasonably priced hotels.
My best friend and I visited for the weekend and it was perfect. We visited the spa for massages and facials and spent time in the hot tub outdoors with a view of the mountain in the snow. Truly magical. Our room was spacious and clean and they included water bottles, snacks and coffee. The staff was great. We’ll be back!
My friend and I decided to stay here after we found out the spa was closed this week at the resort I usually go to! The main building was luxurious and beautiful. Customer service in every single department was exceptional. My friend got sick while there and the amount of people offering to help was impressive, and throughout our stay kept asking how she felt. We had every dinner in woodnotes, 1 in the dining room and 2 in the bar. The food and drinks were fabulous. You must try the home made ricotta! Breakfast in the coffee shop one morning also had an impressive selection and free coffee for hotel guests. The gift shops were beautiful and had a great selection. We also enjoyed the world largest kaleidoscope. We stayed in the lodge. It was very rustic and roomy with 2 floors and would have loved it for a different type of vacation. It was not luxurious like the main building so did not have the same feel as the upscale spa trip we hoped for. We did enjoy the Beekman 1802 bath products. Although we were very comfortable, I wish this had been explained when I made the reservation. I wished we had stayed in the main building and would have been more disappointed and felt too secluded had I been alone like I usually am for my annual spa trip. The spa was beautiful and relaxing and our massages were fabulous. I was disappointed that I was told we could not use the spa lounge on the day we didn’t have treatments scheduled. Most spas will let you pay to just use the facilities for the day. That said, due to the outdoor hot tub being down that day (also disappointing, but we enjoyed it the next day), the manager allowed us to use the lounge that first day. All in all, great resort and spa, top notch customer service and food. We would do it alittle differently if we were to come back though, and not being able to use the spa lounge as a hotel guest, even with a fee without a treatment, would be a deal breaker for a future spa vacation, especially since non hotel guests were allowed to pay a fee for the yoga studio, hot tub and gym. …
Our stay was lovely except as an adult couple, we found it incredibly disrespectful that a young couple brought their 2 young screaming, and I mean ongoing screaming children, to this quiet, cozy resort - in the room next to ours. Beyond belief that these parents obviously couldn't control them nor had the maturity to realize that perhaps most people choose this quiet place for just that reason. Really put a damper on our stay. Front desk couldn't move our room but offered to address it which didn't help.
I decided to visit Upstate New York , as I never have before. I do a lot of business in New York City. The resort was amazing, lovely views, The staff at the front desk was amazing. However the dining at Woodnotes Grille was nothing to write home about. The dinner was better than breakfast however the food tasted a little old. Breakfast was an utter nightmare. The server Donna was very aloof and pretty rude. She never seemed to care how the experience was. She was humming these peculiar tunes as she is handing my breakfast. This is not professional at all, Also the bread was moldy.,