We visited the Rhinecliff yesterday for Easter Brunch. Staff were friendly and tried to be helpful, but were rather disorganized.We were unfortunately sat at a small low table directly in front of the speakers for the jazz musicians and with very little view of the water. I asked that we be moved but was told it was rather impossible (wedding last night and very crowded, so I guess we were sat at what was left. We waited and waited for the waiter that was supposed to start our brunch. We finally went and got someone ourselves. We were not offered tea or coffee, although these were supposed to come with the brunch and found out that a mimosa was extra (a normal part of a brunch.) Some of the food was quite good, but as a buffet layout, especially for the price, it was lacking - there were no carving stations (meats were pre-cut in warmers), no fruit or omelets, and the cold salmon, capers, and red onion had flat bread instead of bagels. Bill ended up being extraordinarily high and not equal to the food or our experience. This is unfortunate as hotel is lovely and staff did seem well meaning.