We escaped to Hotel Dylan for the weekend. It is well located near Woodstock (but not in the town) for day hikes and exploring the area. Basically it’s an old motel that has been restored in a funky manner with retro furnishings. The hotel is clean and the staff are friendly- though we rarely saw them (most contact was via email). The room is adequate with a small fridge and old record player (ours didn’t really work) and a small, but functional bathroom. The hot water in the shower is set at one temperature so you are not able to control it. The night lamps by the bed sit lower than the bed, making it challenging to see when reading in bed. It’s a nice place for a get away but a bit expensive for what it offers.
Honestly this hotel needs more stars! Beds were amazingly comfortable, close to Woodstock, Rhinebeck and Phoenicia. Delicious affordable restaurant and Abandoned Hard Cider on site. So incredibly clean and I love the record player and smores on site. We will be back. Great for all ages, and dogs!
The room was fairly clean and the staff was really nice. I loved how the room was set up! They have an old school record player with records. I travel for a living so it was nice to stay in a different type of hotel.It had a great atmosphere and close to woodstock town. Strong reccomend especially for whom are fans of 1960s music like myself.
Hotel Dylan was the perfect end of summer getaway to celebrate how wonderful NY truly is. The Artist suite was a home away from home. So cozy and super clean! Inviting and spacious. Beautiful decor, spa like and restorative vibes. I loved the giant art books in the room for perusing instead of watching TV. Plenty of fresh towels to go along with a luxurious soak in tub which was put to good use after a long day of hiking. Outdoors is well kept and clean. My inner child grinned widely when I found a small brown paper bag at my door with all the necessities for making a delicious s'more by the fire pit! The salt water pool was a welcomed break after a nice long hike along the Asokan Rail Trail which is close by. Tinker street is only about a 8 min drive where you can shop and dine in the Woodstock vibe. I ordered some take out from Santa Fe Restaurant which is just a few steps away from the hotel. The food was delicious and I suggest the guacamole to start. Darryl is a super host very friendly and welcoming. I will definitely be returning!…
This place is so cute! We stayed in the Artist’s Loft and loved working and relaxing in front of the fireplace. The bathroom was huge and the soaking tub was so nice. We can’t wait to go back! I love the renovated motel style and backyard fire pits and s’mores are a really cute touch.