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Roosevelt Inn of Hyde Park is a uniquely charming family-owned motel-style inn with 25 rooms and a coffee shop.The proprietors, originally from Germany and Finland, established the inn and have infused it ...Morewith an air of old-world hospitality that continues today.Roosevelt Inn offers two styles of accommodations (100% non-smoking, no pets) - deluxe rooms and rustic rooms. Deluxe rooms include Thomasville furniture, a flat screen TV, mini fridge and individual A/C unit. Our rustic rooms offer a quaint experience with knotty-pine interior, traditional furniture, brightly colored subway tile in the bathrooms and a flat screen TV. All accommodations include Wi-Fi, a continental breakfast and access to our coffee shop with complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate and popcorn available 24 hours a day.The inn is located in the historic town of Hyde Park, New York. Hyde Park is the birthplace of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and offers many points of interest, such as FDR Home and Library, Vanderbilt Mansion, Culinary Institute of America, Staatsburgh State Historic Site, Town of Rhinebeck, Dutchess Fairgrounds and Marist, Bard and Vassar Colleges.Hyde Park sits alongside the Hudson River and Route 9 and is approximately 2 hours north of New York City and 1.5 hours south of Albany. It is a perfect stopping point for travelers exploring the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Less
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Great place to stay if visiting the FDR Library. Property is well taken care of.
What attracted me to this motel was that it was like being transported back to the Fifties/Sixties.
Neat little coffee shoppe for the Continental breakfast of fresh doughnuts, fruits, cereals,...More
Very nice place and staff. Simple and comfortable rooms. Extremely well maintained with great attention to little details. The "Coffee Shop" where the continental breakfast was offered is a little 50s style soda shop. Highly recommended.More
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Response from Manager-RIOHP, Manager at Roosevelt InnResponded 5 March 2018
Thank you for your feedback and the great review! We strive to provide the most comfortable and convenient stay when you are away from home and we are glad we succeeded in this case. We enjoy having you as part of our family and we...More
A great place to stay. It is clean and close to all the attractions. The breakfast is very good and you get plenty of items to choose from. The people are very friendly and helpful with places to see and eat. Highly recommend this place.
We stayed three nights at the Roosevelt Inn and found the accommodations met all our requirements. Enjoyed connecting with six other travelers - graduates of Michigan State University on their annual get together. The Coffee Cafe provided many choices for breakfast each morning and we...More
This wonderful, well kept, attractive and family owned and run motel is located right in the middle of downtown Hyde Park, and perfectly situated to visit local attractions. If you're tired of chain hotels, but still want modern amenities like WiFi, A/C, a refrigerator, etc.,...More
Response from EdithTaylor560 | Reviewed this property |
5 minute ride. I am not sure about any type of public transportation. We drove our own car. Eleanor's Val-Kill is a little further maybe 10 minutes. We spent all day at the FDR estate/library, so make sure you give yourself... More
5 minute ride. I am not sure about any type of public transportation. We drove our own car. Eleanor's Val-Kill is a little further maybe 10 minutes. We spent all day at the FDR estate/library, so make sure you give yourself enough time there. and... Don't forget to check out the walk over the Hudson.
Everything is very close. Drive your own vehicle to the FDR Museum and House Visitor's Center. There is ample parking. From here you purchase your tickets for your various tours. Take the shuttle bus to the Eleanor sites... More
Everything is very close. Drive your own vehicle to the FDR Museum and House Visitor's Center. There is ample parking. From here you purchase your tickets for your various tours. Take the shuttle bus to the Eleanor sites because parking is extremely limited there. Seriously small. The ride is less than 5 minutes from the Visitor's Center. From the Eleanor site you can walk up the hill to meet for the Top Cottage, or book a tour with the ride up there. You can only take a shuttle bus to Top Cottage, and it is about 15 minutes from the main Visitor's Center.
Can't help with the CIA. It was closed when we were there.
If you haven't planned on the Vanderbilt Mansion, add it to your trip. It's magnificent.
We stayed at the Roosevelt Inn right in town, and on a nice day, you can walk to the Vanderbilt Mansion.