Well, the charm of the Paradox brought us back in snowy March - see photos included. The food, as always, was superb - we ate in the main restaurant on two evenings (do NOT miss the steak au poivre) and feasted on custom designed hearty Adirondack breakfasts every morning - from SantaFe omelettes to poached eggs and cornbeef hash - the food alone is worth coming for...
We stayed in the Jenkins room in the rustic but deluxe Cedar Lodge building which was a treat with the fireplace, cozy reading area and front balcony. We have stayed in all of the Cedar Lodge rooms now and love them all - our favorite is the Whitney for its brightness and charm, but all are great.
Hats off to Nan and Red (the Lodge's proprietors) who treat us like friends and family when we're there - looking forward to another visit!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Paradox Lodge and Cedar Lodge guest rooms all have private bath and rates include a full breakfast that is cooked to order. The Cedar Lodge rooms all have king amenities with the Pisgah and Jenkins rooms having gas fireplaces and decks. All guests have access to the lake front and free boats. Breakfast is served in the dining room in the main lodge (Paradox). We also have a full bar and guests can relax in the living room in front of the fireplace. Our restaurant now serves private dinner parties and special events with advance notice and a minimum of six guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Paradox Lodge & Cedar Hotel Lake Placid
- Paradox Lodge And Cedar Lodge