Perfectly secluded and endlessly hospitable, The Point is a modernized, 5-star throwback to the on-the-low decadence of the 1930’s when William Avery Rockefeller set out to build the stunning 75-acre resort. All amenities (tennis court, unlimited libations), activities (ice skating, boating), and meals (served in the Great Hall in the company of other guests) are included in the rate. As far as accommodations go, the beautifully-appointed log cabins, roaring fires, and strict kids-free policy meet all the requirements for a luxe Adirondack retreat. New ownership brought a significant renovation last Spring, guests who arrived after the re-open were treated to fully refreshed bathrooms and guest rooms, plus spruced-up common spaces. Request The Boathouse—it’s their most private room overlooking Upper Saranac Lake, and the renovation has made it available year-round.

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