This used to be the St. Moritz, and it needed lots of help. When I stayed there a decade ago the elevator was stuck between floors and the door to my room fell off. The new owner spruced up the place and changed the name to The Pines. Fresh wallpaper brightens the rooms. The restaurant serves BBQ, burgers and other sandwiches. About a quarter mile from the "downtown" area, so it is a very decent choice for those wanting to avoid the crowded dining areas and hunting for parking downtown. Plenty of parking at The Pines. Friendly staff. The major problem is accessibility as there are 12 steps up to the registration level, and the elevator doesn't operate. So, be physically fit to get your bags up the steps to your room. (I feel sorry for those on the top floor) Other than accessibility, I think it is a good economy lodging facility for those who do not require being in the heart of Lake Placid. I would rate them higher if they got the elevator operational.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Old World charm in the heart of the Adirondacks. A historic inn from the turn of the century. Step inside and into a more relaxing era. The Seggers, invite you into their home and by providing personalized customer service they ensure a unique experience. The location is a perfect mix of peaceful respite and ease of accessibility to all the town's main attractions. Free Wi-Fi; new custom spa; lovely sitting room; Old World veranda. ... more less
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- The Pines Inn Of Lake Placid Hotel Lake Placid