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January 13, 2020updated May 14, 2020

The Boathouse, The Point, Saranac Lake, New York

By Elite Traveler

Head to upstate New York’s Adirondacks and relive the glory of the Gilded Age at The Point, originally William D Rockefeller’s Great Camp. The property nicely blends rustic charm with elegance and exceptional service, and it gives new meaning to the term ‘all-inclusive.’ Full bars are scattered throughout the property, so you can mix a G and T while you meander through the forest, or spike a hot chocolate during a chilly evening by a fire. The Point’s staff excels in adding that special something to its activities, whether hosting a curling party on the frozen lake complete with a roaring fire and an ice luge, or setting up a hammock in a perfect hidden alcove. If you’re staying at the romantic Boathouse, you’ll be hard-pressed to leave the dreamy deck with its swinging twin beds and serene views of the water.

From $3,750 per night. Contact Joe Maiurano, general manager,, +1 518 891 5674,

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