Mirror Lake Inn
  • For all the sleepiness of the Adirondack mountains, Lake Placid's a bustling town. One of its most famous hotels, and it's got a few, is the award-winning Mirror Lake Inn, adjacent to the town's main drag and right on Mirror Lake, which, confusingly, is the name of the main lake in the town of Lake Placid. With 131 rooms and suites, the Inn's an obvious choice for those looking for both luxury and value.
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  • While the Mirror Lake Inn in certainly family friendly, it also caters to its couples clientele. Rooms on the top floor of the Colonial House, across from the main inn house, are adults only. One of those rooms is the Placid suite, a 650 square-foot suite where prices start at $985 per night.
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  • Here, the entryway of the main house of The Mirror Lake Inn.
    Mirror Lake Inn
  • The Placid suite has views of the lake and Great Range of the Adirondacks.
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  • Pictured here, the living area of the Placid Suite.
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  • With 10-foot vaulted ceilings, the Placid Suite is designed for two adults with one king sized bed, sofa and fireplace. The bathroom has a standalone pipeless, Sanijet tub, separate shower, two pedestal sinks and in-floor radiant heated floors
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  • There are three dining options at the Inn, plus plenty more in the town of Lake Placid, but one of the most popular spots in the area is The Cottage at the Inn. Pictured here, The Cottage deck in winter. The Cottage has wood-burning fireplaces inside and out, with heaters and comfy seating on the outdoor deck.
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  • The resort's heated pool with lake views.
    Mirror Lake Inn
  • Though many associate Lake Placid with the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics but the place is just as lovely in the summer. The Inn has a private beach on the lake and plenty of opportunities to spend time outdoors.
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  • Pictured here, Adirondack chairs at sunrise.
    Mirror Lake Inn
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