Weekender Hotels acquires two new hotels in the Adirondacks region of upstate New York


Shaheen’s Adirondack Inn in Tupper Lake, NY

“We see how much people love these hotels and the land around them…We want to preserve that excitement, inspire them to wander and explore, and have a comfortable, elevated experience when they return to their camp. base.”

Weekender Hotels today announced the acquisition of two new hotel properties in the Adirondack region of upstate New York. Town House Lodge in Lake Placid, NY and Shaheen’s Adirondack Inn in Tupper Lake, NY are the latest additions to the Saratoga Springs-based Weekender hotel portfolio. The brand specializes in the revival of hotels and hostels with high-tech and luxurious amenities, while preserving the historic character of the properties and providing access to nature, the great outdoors and adventure. .

Weekender Hotels founder Keir Weimer said: “We are delighted to add these two beautiful properties to our portfolio. Town House Lodge is close to Placid Bay Hotel, another of our properties. This acquisition will allow us to accommodate families, larger groups of people and adventure-seeking travelers looking for the Weekender experience. on one of the prettiest lakes upstate. York. Shaheen’s Adirondack Inn in Tupper Lake, NY is special because, in addition to being family owned for the past twenty years and maintaining that charm, it will be our largest hotel to date with 33 rooms. This is a momentous achievement for Weekender, and we look forward to sharing more information as we begin renovations on these 2 properties in September to launch reimagined hotel experiences by the end of the year!

Town House Lodge features a heated saltwater pool, BBQ area, and classic Adirondack fire pit overlooking beautiful Lake Placid and the surrounding mountains. There are 22 rooms at this property, and following the renovation, typical Weekender hotel amenities and ambience, over 3 additional rooms and accommodations, and the new design will combine some of the property’s vintage details in homage to the ambience. retro of the property and its heritage.

Shaheen’s Adirondack Inn, located in Tupper Lake, New York, has been a favorite with hotel guests who have visited for twenty years. The property is a stone’s throw from the Wild Center and offers many activities right at your fingertips including swimming, boating, fishing, canoeing and snowmobiling in the winter.

In addition to Town House Lodge and Shaheen’s Adirondack Inn, the Weekender Hotels brand portfolio currently includes the Great Pines resort in Old Forge, NY, the original property acquired by Weimer in 2015; Placid Bay Hotel in Lake Placid, NY; Alpine Lodge in North Creek, NY; Jack Daniels Inn in Peterborough, NH; and a 500-acre land development project to truly address the desires and aspirations of outdoor enthusiasts. Weekender will continue its thoughtful expansion with two additional properties throughout New England and Upstate New York in the coming months by the end of 2022.

Weimer added, “We are bringing the weekend back into the lives of our customers who visit our properties. Whether you’re here for two nights or a few weeks, we want to provide a place to make new memories and connect with each other and the great outdoors. We see how much people love these hotels and the lands around them that they can so easily venture into and explore, and they cherish these traditions when they visit. We want to preserve that excitement, inspire them to wander and explore, and have a comfortable elevated experience when they return to their base camp.

To learn more about Weekender and its mission, visit http://www.weekenderhotels.com.


About weekend hotels

Founded by Keir Weimer in the spring of 2021, Weekender Hotels strives to help bring the energy, emotion and nostalgia of “The Weekend” back to the center of our guests’ lives with well-appointed hotels located in some of the more beautiful destinations in the northeast, the rest of the country and possibly around the world.

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