Situated on wooded hilltop acres overlooking the Hudson River, the main tower of Castle Hotel & Spa forms the highest point in Westchester County, New York. Castle Hotel & Spa is a medieval-style structure meticulously transformed into a luxury hotel Only 25 miles north of Manhattan, Castle Hotel & Spa opened as a luxury hotel in 1997; 16 years after being designated a historic landmark.
Private dining (Friday and Saturday night/Private chef Dinner)–Go to Private dining page
Massage is available –For reservation: Go to our spa page
The General’s Bar will be open from 7pm to 11 pm only on Fridays and Saturdays.
A complementary Grab and Go Continental Breakfast will be available for all our in- house guests from 8 am to 10 am.
For room reservations and any other inquiries, please visit our web site at https://castlehotelandspa.com/
All reservations are made on line.
Please correspondence with us via our website/email.
We stayed here on the last night of our honeymoon and boy are we glad we did. The staff was incredible and made us feel so welcomed. The grounds and pool were immaculate. We enjoyed eating their tasty breakfast while enjoying the view of their beautiful grounds! Thank you so much for a great time that we will always remember!
An absolute shambles! We looked on booking.com where the prive was $254 plus tax so we drive over to meet the owner ken he told us we couldnt check in until 2pm as the toom was being cleaned and gavr us a sheet of nearby restaurants as there is no food whats so ever rhe resraurant Only opens on a friday and saturday so we drove for 20 minutes to one of the restaurants blue moon which was amazing, we went to a supermarket to get drinks and snacks in case we got hungry, when we arrived back there were confused guests looking for staff we waited 30 minutes before a guy arrived called ceasir who was a lovely man but he explained he was the only member if staff in the hotel which beings as there were children a pool and many guests is a dangerous situation we asked about checking in to be told it was now $399 plus tax taking into account the spa is closed there wasnt a restaurant no bar and no staff it was a ridiculous price we mentioned the earlier rate to be told that he would called ken who he said was the manager, Ken arrived 20 minutes later he told us he was the owner and was extremely rude and threw us out of the hotel! I have travelled the world and never experienced anything like this, the hotel is a health hazzard with no life guard for children no staff if there was a fire or accident the guy ceasor told us he had to try and do everything as he was a one man band! The hotel needs closing down until they can afford to run it efficiently…
Not worth it for the price. Good luck getting anyone on the front desk. They were gone for 30 minutes on end. The staff was not friendly, what so ever. The rooms were nice but for the price you are better off getting a regular hotel anywhere else. The air conditioning didn’t even work for gods sake.
We had planned an overnight and originally chose the castle for its looks and location to Tarrytown. I saw on the web site there were plenty of rooms but wanted to know where in the castle they were located. I called at 9:15 and again an hour later with no pick up and only the ability to leave a voice message. Knowing rooms were available I drove up. Asking the best walk up rate I was told to go on line to book it. Then I asked the difference in the rooms and locations and what was available. After standing at the desk and having the person do all kinds of typing to get room information I was told to come back in 15 minutes. After 15 minutes I was given the list price, not much details. I was told the bar, restaurant and pretty much everything else was closed due to Covid. Without having the warm fuzzies we left and checked into the Tarrytown House Estate. That place was nice and had many of its facilities open. Hotel service should begin with a warm greeting which is not what happened when I arrived and people answer phones or calling back…
Myself and my husband have been going to Castle Hotel In Tarrytown for mini escapes from our busy lives in NYC for several years (with the exception of 2020). It is the most beautiful and well maintained property I have stayed in. The staff are always so accommodating. The restaurant is closed since 2020 but was phenomenal when we ate there prior to this past visit. We were told they are hoping to reopen again soon but possibly under a different concept. The pool reminds me of something you would see in The marvelous Mrs Maisel and the poolside bar has some mean G&Ts that aided in us skipping our dinner reservation offsite 😀 . I wish I could keep it a secret just for us but I feel I need to share this wonderful escape. Can't wait to return!!
We had a wonderful visit. We decided on this special hotel to reunite with family after Covid separations. While the restaurant and spa were closed, we knew in advance, so we planned for ordering in, walking around the grounds, and and just relaxing in the spacious, gorgeous rooms. Luckily we were here on a Saturday night and could enjoy Jorge’s amazing handmade drinks at the bar! Literally the best margarita I’ve ever had. What a beautiful hotel. The manager was also a delight! He took us on a private tour of the castle. This is my second visit and I hope to come back again when I can enjoy the pool, spa and restaurant. Highly recommend for a magical night away.
We stayed here about 5 years ago in the summer and it was fantastic. We stayed for New Years 2020 and had a great experience. The hotel outside is a bit run down but with everything going on in the world this is to be expected. The rooms are very nice and clean. Staff was very helpful and attentive. I can’t wait to stay here once this pandemic is done.
I would NOT recommend this hotel. Rude & unaccommodating staff, from the front desk agent all the way up to the COO, Ken Utsumi & manager Jiro Sato. Stay far away from this property, such a disappointment.
This review is written by my husband. We went to the Castle Hotel & Spa for Valentines Day. We live relatively close and have been to Equus Restaurant previously but never stayed overnight. So we were both looking forward to a nice romantic time at one of the top rated hotels. Unfortunately things didn't go as planned. I planned a spa treatment for my wife and we had a beautiful Junior suite and in room dining. We arrived mid afternoon and check in went smoothly. The room was gorgeous, spa was perfect. Thereafter is when things went array. I called in advance to make sure there were vegetarian options for room service and was assured there was. Went for a drink at their small but cozy bar. The maitre d brought my wife a freshly printed vegetarian room service menu. (we knew this because they had a price fixed menu for Valentines Day weekend and we were their first customers). When we got back to our room I noticed the heat wasn't working in the bathroom (it was a very cold night). Then ... Called receptionist and they sent a mechanic up to the room. Thereafter we ordered room service. 10 minutes later mechanic showed few minutes later restaurant (Michelin Star) called and said they did not have the only main course vegetarian option on the menu (cauliflower steaks). How do you not have cauliflower? How could that be if they just printed the menu and it was the very first vegetarian serving for the whole weekend? My wife just ordered the appetizer and extra bread room service came and they got my dinner wrong, they brought fish which I did not order. They apologized and as they were leaving I reminded them to bring bread They came back up with two bite sized pieces of bread, but at least the presentation was nice We started our nice romantic dinner with the mechanic fixing the heater. Mechanic 'fixed' the heater, left and about 15 minutes later I went to use the bathroom and it still wasn't working. Cold air was blowing out of the vents. How disappointed, I planned a nice romantic rose peddled bath. Top it all off, while we were eating there was a 'stink bug' crawling on the rug. Since it was Valentines Day and only there for an overnight we kind of laughed everything off and enjoyed our evening. We left very early the next morning skipping a planned brunch. My husband relayed everything to the manager and she was sympathetic and gave 20% off bill and said she would speak to the Equus Chef and head manager. For the money we paid and for a luxury historic hotel we were pretty disappointed. We do travel frequently so we realize things happen and it just was one of those things. But we were mainly disappointed with the lack of follow up by management especially after we filled out survey honestly but very respectfully. No one called or emailed us. Yes it is a beautiful hotel, but just because of the lack of follow up by management we will not go there again. …
For what they charge, I don't think it's worth the money. First, bear in mind that the cost of the room changes based on the occupancy size, which I find to be a very quaint habit that most hotels no longer practice. (I did notice in my recent travel to Japan that they actually practice this there... not sure if there's any relevance here.) The food was quite delicious, and the spa was good but again, not worth the money. I get massages quite regularly and for the price, I would seek elsewhere. At one point, we left our room key card in the room. We went to the front to ask for a new card, and the Japanese lady behind the counter was unwilling until the manager got involved and gave us a new card. I can't begin to explain what happened there. All in all, I would prefer to go to another hotel.…