We were terribly disappointed in The Pines. The room was too small for 2 queen beds, pipes showing (one looked like a sewer pipe and was over one edge of a bed, others in the bath and bright orange and pink), just not acceptable for a Lake Placid hotel. You could sit on the toilet and wash you hands at the same time! Tub had mold in the caulking. Wall paper was coming off in the bathroom and in the bedroom area. We were never told of any amenities (there is no restaurant or bar), only a free coffee in the registration area. There is no elevator and you have to drag all your luggage up the entrance stairs and then up two more sets of stairs to get to the only floor they claim are used (30?), and it is totally is not handicap accessable. How was this place even allowed to open without handicap acessability?
- 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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- Also Known As:
- The Pines Inn Of Lake Placid Hotel Lake Placid