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Located in New Paltz, within 2.3 km of Historic Huguenot Street and 2.6 km of The State University of New York at New Paltz, Hampton Inn by Hilton New Paltz, NY features free WiFi throughout the... Beautifully maintained property. Excellent facilities. Heated pool, extensive fitness room, full breakfast in a pleasant, comfortable dining room, friendly staff.
The Rodeway Inn & Suites hotel is located off Interstate 87, within one mile from the State University of New York at New Paltz. The Minnewaska State Park Preserve is five miles away. Sunny the owner is a very nice and down to earth guy. He has great customer service and goes the extra mile to make sure you’re comfortable and safe. Great place to stay!
Located in New Paltz, 2.3 km from Historic Huguenot Street, Americas Best Value Inn New Paltz provides accommodation with a fitness centre, free private parking and a shared lounge. The room was larger than expected . Very clean room. Bed very comfortable. I would absolutely stay here again and the staff at the front desk was very friendly and curtious
Located in Highland in the New York State region and Marist College reachable within 13 km, Black Creek Bed and Breakfast provides accommodation with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a shared lounge and... We were throughly impressed with the accommodations at Black Creek B&B. It was beautifully decorated, comfortable bed, personal touches to the rooms, clean, and had everything you could possibly need or want. The breakfast was delicious and Brittany was an outstanding hostess. She was so personable, attentive, and made sure we were taken care of. This B&B really makes you feel at home away from home.
cute town, could be more fun after coronavirus restrictions stayed to day trip to Lake Minnewaska get there at opening.. still crowded..the hike to and from the Upper Parking to Awosta Falls was boring and strenuous on the way back to lake and not in a fun way. like a treadmill workout Lake is pretty to look at but fairly pointless as there is only one small ugly little beach with a small roped off swimming area packed (even with coronavirus) with small children Basically.. disappointing. Came here decades ago before the state took over and remember it being a lot more fun wont be back
Scenic and pleasant. Hilly area. October is the best time to visit the place. Especially good for trekkers. Nearby SUNY campus is a destination too. Transport to NYC is easy. Via trailways bus service. Also at New Paltz, to move in and around, New Paltz Taxi is good, affordable and secure. All you have to do is collect their contact number and give a ring.
Nearby Minnewaska State Park and Mohonk preserve are gems and have some of our favorite hiking trails, and that's our main reason for coming. NP is a small, friendly college town (SUNY New Paltz) in the nature- and culture-rich Hudson Valley, but not necessarily where we'd choose to stay if not for the parks. With the exception of one surprisingly good Oaxacan restaurant on Main Street, better food and other diversions can be found in other HV towns.
New Paltz is a great place to spend a weekend, especially for city-slickers like me who need a quick getaway. The town proper is quaint, well maintained and supported by the local college. It ebbs and flows with the students, evidenced by 7 in 10 restaurants converting to clubs after 10pm. For those looking for a relaxing getaway, the surrounding areas host some of New York State's best wineries, distilleries, and views. Rolling hills, valleys and the Hudson River offer a great backdrop for an upstate adventure.
Great eateries and shops. Friendly progressive village includes a state university campus. Lots of outdoor activities in the area including rock climbing, hiking, swimming, nature walks. Visit the Historic district with homes from the 1700 and 1800’s on Huguenot street.
It a cute little town with WONDERFUL shops on Main Street. They have lost of unique things and I could have spent WAY more money than I did. Luckily, I'll be going back again in August to drop my son off at SUNY New Paltz (tear) but I am SO HAPPY for him that he gets to live in this wonderful town. They also have a nice public pool ($10 to get in if you're a NON resident) and some cool restaurants.
The room was larger than expected . Very clean room. Bed very comfortable. I would absolutely stay here again and the staff at the front desk was very friendly and curtious