A regal getaway from the turn of the 20th century, including complimentary breakfastCharming Hudson, the subject of a New York Times profile for its cultural renaissance
The complimentary breakfast, which changes from day to day
The inn’s rich décor and assortment of artworks and antiques
Staying at the top-ranked hotel in Hudson, according to Time Out New York
What To Know
The inn is just a 5-minute walk from the cafes, antique shops, and boutique clothing stores on Warren Street
The first-floor White Room can be a little noisy as it's right by the dining room and entry hall
Free WiFi works well
A room or suite at an eclectic, century-old bed-and-breakfast – an easy train ride from New York City
Feast your eyes on opulent turn-of-the-century art and interiors at The Inn at Hudson, owned by two former new-wave musicians with impeccable taste. Designed in 1903, this Dutch-Jacobean mansion shows off features like exquisite antiques, rich wood paneling, a plaster frieze, Hudson Valley portraits and stained-glass windows, throughout its dining room, solarium, library and individually decorated accommodations. The complimentary daily breakfast is just as grand, placing unexpected twists on indulgent sweet and savory favorites – so delight your tastebuds, at this luxe getaway, as well.
Once you’ve marveled at every sumptuous architectural detail and sampled omelettes, pancakes or whatever other treats are on the menu that day, take a walk around the neighborhood. As noted by The New York Times in 2016, Hudson was recently revitalized and is in the midst of "an elegant transformation" that has made it a popular weekend spot for vacationing New Yorkers. Discover James Beard Award-nominated restaurants, charming bakeries, shops and galleries, or continue touring historic homes in the area – two artists’ residences turned house-museums are within a 10-minute drive.
Rooms and suites
Accommodations are individually named and decorated, in the same rich style as the inn’s common areas. All offer en-suite bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen cable TVs with movie channels and massage services (fees apply).The Blue room is pretty, petite and packed with period details. Its soft hues and airy atmosphere make it a popular choice among returning guests.Situated on the second floor in the mansion's northeast corner, The Cocoa room is roomy and elegant. A large bay window lets the natural light flood in. The antique mahogany bed is a queen-size, and artwork adorns the walls. By night, you can warm up around the gas fireplace, which is just one opulent addition, alongside plush oriental rugs and antique lamps. The White room boasts a newly renovated shower; a ground-floor location in the mansion’s southeast corner, near the library, dining room and solarium; and century-old details: stained-glass windows, Adams marble on the mantel and intricate carvings on the 19th-century black-walnut four-poster bed are just a few. Recently redecorated Terrace suites are where the innkeepers stay during the winter season. They’re perched on the second floor and comprise a king bedroom and a smaller second bedroom with a double-sized pullout couch and garden-view outdoor area.
Hudson is a beautiful upstate destination in the valley of the same name, known for beautiful scenery and recently – as noted in the New York Times in 2016 – several James Beard Award-nominated restaurants. Its main street holds a bookstore and a number of cafés and bars and leads out to a park that affords sweeping river views. Within an easy drive are historic homes, a lighthouse and the Greenport Conservation area, while reaching Manhattan is as easy as walking to the Amtrak station and taking a two-hour train ride.