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Whiteface Lodge Resort & Spa is at 7 Whiteface Inn Lane, in Lake Placid, New York, a quaint village in the northern Adirondacks that hosted the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Games. Consequently, the village has a reputation as training ground for world-class athletes and backdrop for visitors who appreciate the surrounding High Peaks and pristine waterways. Whiteface Lodge Resort & Spa is a mile or so from the village’s buzzing boutique-lined Main Street, a location that affords its guests privacy, plus space for the resort’s sprawling activity compound (tennis and platform courts, indoor/outdoor pool, hiking trails and skating rink). A shuttle delivers you to the Upstate New York hotel’s private Canoe Club beach, where you can swim, sun or explore the waters of Lake Placid aboard the resort’s power boats, pontoons, Hacker-Craft or other watercraft. Shuttles also run to and from Main Street as well as the Westport train station, convenient for travelers who ride Amtrak from New York City.