A daily wine and cheese happy hour is included in the Jetsetter rate
While the hotel features just 30 rooms, the adjacent 7,000-square-foot conference space works well for events and meetings and includes a large outdoor deck overlooking the falls
Pets are not permitted
A coffee station is located in the lobby from 7 to 10 a.m. each morning
Parking on site
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Idyllic Saugerties getaway, with spacious rooms, a New American restaurant and views across Eposus Creek
The charm of the Hudson Valley town of Saugerties lies in the comingling of Norman Rockwell-esque Americana and of-the-moment trends. It’s a modern times-meet-Main Street sensibility that’s also evident at the Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern. Opened in December 2011 in a spot formerly occupied by a paper mill, this red-bricked boutique hotel marries mod cons (iPhone docking stations, heated bathroom floors) with local touches like regional beer, wine and nibbles in the mini-bar. Service is a successful blend of professionalism and small town personality.
Bed and Bath
The 30 guestrooms are large (particularly to city dwellers making a mini-break of a Hudson Valley weekend) and range from Deluxe Queen rooms to King Suites, which work well for families traveling together. Neutral color palettes have a calming effect, as does the sound of running water from Esopus Creek Falls, which each room’s private balcony overlooks.
For brunch, lunch or dinner, guests can opt to walk a few steps to the Tavern Restaurant, where chef Giuseppe Napoli serves up New American fare in an airy, buttery-walled space with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the falls. Afterwards, head to the adjoining copper-ceilinged bar bedecked with antique maps and antlers for a cocktail in one of the cozy booths.