My fiancé and I stayed for two nights over the Memorial Day Weekend as a base for seeing the many historic houses in the area. We were in a standard King room, which is described as a “studio suite”. The total square footage is not large, but the space is very well used.
There was a livingroom area with a sofa, chair and two tables that combine as a coffee table. Adjoining the livingroom was a work area with a desk and office chair and a kitchenette with a sink, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The bedroom area was separated from the living room by a small partition. It should be noted that, both my fiancé and I thought the bed was extremely comfortable. The television did double duty; it was placed on stand with a pivot between the livingroom and bedroom was it could be watched in either. The bathroom was a nice size and the sink was outside. None of the areas were large, but they were big enough to suit their purposes and nicely decorated. The room also included free wireless internet. While the design is “cookie-cutter”, anyone looking for a comfortable place to sleep and relax with many amenities for a reasonable price should look no further.
A complimentary “extended-continental” breakfast is included, which in addition to the usual bagels and English muffins, included the fixings for egg and sausage sandwiches and a two machines to make-your-own waffle.
A word of advise about the peculiarities of this particular hotel. The hotel is built on a hillside, with the lobby and street level on the third floor. The swimming pool, hot tub and fitness center were on the second floor along with a lower level lot for additional parking. I would recommend asking for a room above the third floor.
The location of the hotel is perfect for exploring the area. Lyndhurst, Sunnyside, Philipsburg Manor, Kykuit (Rockefeller Estate) and Union Church are no more than ten minutes away. Driving to the center of Tarrytown took no longer than five minutes and there was plenty of parking in the municipal lot that comes up after you cross Main Street on Broadway (Route 9). In Tarrytown, there are plenty of terrific restaurants at which to eat and antique shops along Main Street and Broadway . Please note on the way back to the hotel from Tarrytown, you need to jug-handle on the right to make the left back onto White Plains Road for the hotel.
In short, should we need a hotel in the area again, we would not hesitate to stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Newly renovated all suite hotel in Westchester County. Relax in one of our new fresh suites and enjoy a cocktail in our new Lobby Bar. We offer free high speed internet (WI-FI), Indoor heated pool, shuttle service within 5 mile radius and complimentary full hot breakfast buffet. ... more less
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