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With 30 unique guest rooms, Lake Placid Lodge offers a retreat unlike any other. Think of it as a summer camp for the most luxurious of tastes, yet oozing with that outdoor feel. Of course, a stay at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel isn’t just for outdoorsy types; with the elegantly comfortable accommodations, even those who’d prefer a trip to the mall over a trip to the woods will be in awe. Though you can choose from a variety of rooms, each one comes with its own flavor of the great outdoors. As the lodge has just three standard rooms, you’ll likely book a suite. The Lodge Kings are the standard rooms located on the third floor of the Main Lodge, while two other types of suites are located on the top floor of the main building.
In the colder months, you can expect prices to be lower. Though there is something quite romantic about cuddling up next to the fire, Lake Placid gets pretty darn cold in the winter. During these months, you will find that the rooms start around $350 for the cozy Pine Cabin and go all the way up to $1,200 for the beautiful Whiteface Suite. However, come springtime, these rates jump quite a bit. With the Pine Cabin starting at $500 and the most luxurious suite at $1,550, you’ll be paying for the beauty.