We booked this hotel and The Pig Hill Inn for our wedding guests. Hudson House paled in comparison to The Pig Hill Inn. The rooms at HH were so outdated and severely lacked any character. The rooms never actually seemed to cool down either. The worst part is that we were quoted one price and were billed far in excess of that (which seems to be a pattern with this hotel). We explained that that was not what we agreed upon, as we had the prices and confirmation in writing, and I had the names of the various people I spoke with confirming our reservations, but they refused. Sadly, in addition to misinforming us on the price (and in writing), they also misinformed us of many other things. Definitely not a great way to end a wedding weekend.
We also booked for a nice sized (13 people) dinner out on the patio facing the water (and confirmed it before we arrived), but when we arrived, people were already sitting outside, and they said they could not accommodate us outside because of their error.
Although downstairs looks nice and many of the employees were kind, it could not make up for the horrible and incredibly overpriced rooms (and I saw many of the rooms, including their suites, though they should not dare call them that).
Although I was staying at the HH, I spent more time at the PH Inn where the people were incredbily friendly and the rooms incredibly charming.
None of our guests at the HH seemed impressed with their rooms and prices.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This old inn began doing business in 1832. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hudson House Hotel Cold Spring