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If you are visiting the Hudson Valley or the Hyde Park area, you should consider staying here. It is a delight. It is clean, quiet, good tv channels, good wi-fi, good, warm showers. Let me tell you of our experience. We checked in after traveling...More
Very nice place and staff. Simple and comfortable rooms. Extremely well maintained with great attention to little details. The "Coffee Shop" where the continental breakfast was offered is a little 50s style soda shop. Highly recommended.More
Response from Manager-RIOHP, Manager at Roosevelt InnResponded 4 March 2018
Thank you for your feedback and the great review! We strive to provide the most comfortable and convenient stay when you are away from home and we are glad we succeeded in this case. We enjoy having you as part of our family and we...More
My 12 year old grandson and I stayed at the Roosevelt Inn for 3 nights while taking in the historical sites of Hyde Park. We stayed in what the promotional material describes as the "rustic" accommodations. The least expensive and least frilly of the available...More
Loved this place! It is clean, is located near interesting attractions, has spacious rooms and is managed by on-site owners who are friendly and helpful. We had room 2 which was ground level. All rooms had convenient parking. Breakfast in the morning was in a...More
I was participating to an art show in Rhinebeck and had to drive to Hyde Park to find an affordable hotel. The room was spacious with two double bed, TV, free WIFI and breakfast. Very clean place, quiet and affordable ($160.00 a night), it is...More
Response from EdithTaylor560 | Reviewed this property |
5 minute ride. I am not sure about any type of public transportation. We drove our own car. Eleanor's Val-Kill is a little further maybe 10 minutes. We spent all day at the FDR estate/library, so make sure you give yourself... More
5 minute ride. I am not sure about any type of public transportation. We drove our own car. Eleanor's Val-Kill is a little further maybe 10 minutes. We spent all day at the FDR estate/library, so make sure you give yourself enough time there. and... Don't forget to check out the walk over the Hudson.
Everything is very close. Drive your own vehicle to the FDR Museum and House Visitor's Center. There is ample parking. From here you purchase your tickets for your various tours. Take the shuttle bus to the Eleanor sites... More
Everything is very close. Drive your own vehicle to the FDR Museum and House Visitor's Center. There is ample parking. From here you purchase your tickets for your various tours. Take the shuttle bus to the Eleanor sites because parking is extremely limited there. Seriously small. The ride is less than 5 minutes from the Visitor's Center. From the Eleanor site you can walk up the hill to meet for the Top Cottage, or book a tour with the ride up there. You can only take a shuttle bus to Top Cottage, and it is about 15 minutes from the main Visitor's Center.
Can't help with the CIA. It was closed when we were there.
If you haven't planned on the Vanderbilt Mansion, add it to your trip. It's magnificent.
We stayed at the Roosevelt Inn right in town, and on a nice day, you can walk to the Vanderbilt Mansion.