The 7 Most Beautiful Hotels in the Adirondacks
Posted August 27, 2018 on architecturaldigest.com
As early as the 19th century, fabled names—the likes of Rockefeller and Vanderbilt—retreated into New York’s remote Adirondack Mountains. Within the lake-rich, old-growth seclusion, they erected big-beamed lodges (now termed Great Camps), the flagships of rustic luxury in New York’s northern terrain—a culture of back-to-nature architecture and sylvan summers. There are over 6 million protected acres throughout Adirondack Park, forming one of the earth’s largest forest preserves, and the best of the region’s accommodations nod to the golden age of travel—here are a few that turn some heads.